Lisa Gehrke LPC
As a full-time practicing counselor, more than 50% of my clients are working through concerns related to their OCD. The remainder of my clients typically come to therapy to help manage some sort of anxiety-based disorder.
Those living with OCD often experience other co-occurring disorders. To make sure I’m treating each person individually, I conduct a thorough assessment to understand what else may be occurring for them. In addition to treating OCD, I also work with those with generalized anxiety disorder, perinatal mood disorders, phobias, social anxiety, and depression.
I’ve been working with clients with OCD since 2016. I received training on exposure and response prevention while working at Rogers Behavioral Health in a residential setting. I went on to complete numerous workshops and have provided consultation to other therapists in need of resources for their clients with OCD. I have also completed training in treating postpartum OCD, as well as using acceptance and commitment therapy.