Megan Faye Psy.D.

1360 Center Drive, #200
Dunwoody, Georgia 30338
Narrative of Services:

The Anxiety Specialists of Atlanta is a clinic that provides evidence-based treatment for obsessive-compulsive, anxiety, and related disorders. All of my clients are seeking treatment for OCD or an OC Related disorder, including co-occurring eating concerns (such as ARFID).

Treatment of Co-occurring Disorders:

I specialize in the treatment of co-occurring OCD and eating disorders, including ARFID. I also specialize in the treatment of misophonia.

Training Description:

I’m a licensed psychologist in Georgia, and PSYPACT licensed. I obtained an MA in 2012, and worked at the Renfrew Center providing IOP eating disorder services. During doctoral training, I trained under Dr. Sally Winston at the Anxiety and Stress Disorders Institute for two years, where I learned evidence-based interventions for Obsessive-Compulsive and Anxiety Disorders. I currently work at the Anxiety Specialists of Atlanta, where I furthered my evidence-based treatment of obsessive-compulsive, anxiety, and eating disorders as a post-doctoral fellow, and now as a staff psychologist (licensed since 2020). I have particular specialty in the treatment of ARFID and misophonia.

Diversity Statement:

I work to provide inclusive services to individuals with different identities and backgrounds.

Cultural competency and awareness have been a keystone of my education, as well as lived experience. I have worked in a variety of settings, including community mental health, college counseling, and outpatient clinical work in the major metropolitan areas of New York City, Baltimore, and Atlanta. This has granted me the opportunity to work with clients from various socioeconomic, religious, ethnic, international, and LGBT+ communities. I strive to incorporate cultural humility and a person-centered focus into my evidence-based practice.

Treatment Groups:

I run a recurring Social Anxiety Group for adults. This is an exposure-based group where clients receive support, learn CBT interventions, and engage in excursions out of the office for exposure practice. I also run a virtual eating exposure group for adults located in PSYPACT states, called the Eating Meeting. Group information can be found here: