Kathi Fine Abitbol PhD


North Shore OCD Women's Treatment Center, Ltd.

707 Osterman Ave
Deerfield, Illinois 60015
ADA Accessible
Phone: 847.942.7664
Narrative of Services:

North Shore OCD Women’s Treatment Center provides expert, high-quality and personalized treatment. Sessions will be conducted with a PhD-level psychologist, trained in highly-ranked programs with over 15 years of experience. Specializing exclusively in the treatment of OCD in adult women allows us to focus 100% on the latest knowledge and highly-effective techniques that will likely work best for you. We specialize in all subtypes of OCD. We are passionate about supporting and encouraging you to defeat OCD symptoms and regain control of your life. We offer a safe, welcoming, and validating space while providing highly focused and effective treatment.

Treatment of Co-occurring Disorders:

Anxiety, using cognitive behavioral therapy.

Training Description:

Dr. Kathi Fine received her clinical psychology degree from a Ph.D. program that was deemed an NIH Program of Excellence in Scientifically Validated Behavioral Treatment. She continued her advanced cognitive behavioral training at the University of Michigan. Dr. Fine gained additional expertise through the OCD Midwest Case Consultation Group. Helping clients is Dr. Fine’s greatest passion and she has done so at numerous locations including the Washington University School of Medicine, Rogers Memorial Hospital, the Anxiety Treatment Center of Greater Chicago, and the University of Michigan. Dr. Fine is a published author and a speaker at the IOCDF conference.

Diversity Statement:

This treatment is for adult women.

Dr. Fine will be presenting at the International OCD Foundation’s 2022 Online OCD Conference.
Friday, November 4 – 11:00 AM ET
Adult Women with OCD Community Discussion Group: Offering a Safe, Warm, Welcoming & Supportive Space

Sunday, November 6 – 3:45 PM ET
Perinatal OCD Group: Offering Moms-To-Be and New Moms a Safe, Warm, Welcoming & Supportive Space

Dr. Fine was a participant at the 2022 Annual Maternal Mental Health Forum, where change agents come to convene, collaborate, and take part in cutting-edge content to close gaps in care.