Jason W. Krompinger PhD, ABPP
Clinical Psychologist, OCD Specialist
I offer flexible application of empirically supported interventions for OCD and related disorders. These generally fall under the umbrella of cognitive behavioral therapy: including exposure and response prevention (ERP) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). Given that co-occurring conditions are the rule rather than the exception, I pay close attention to such conditions and will incorporate interventions that take these into account. My primary goal is to help individuals better move toward what is important to them. I also offer supervision and consultation to clinicians new to working with OCD.
I use thorough case conceptualization and process-driven intervention to attend to psychiatric disorders that tend to co-occur with OCD.
I have specialized in OCD and related disorders since 2008. I was trained in a clinical psychology practicum at the Center for Treatment and Study of Anxiety at the University of Pennsylvania. I completed a pre-doctoral internship at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School and a post-doctoral fellowship through the OCD Institute at McLean. I directed the training program at the OCD Institute from 2014-2022. I am currently the training director at the New England Center for OCD and Anxiety and a faculty of the IOCDF Behavioral Therapy Training Institute.
As part of my role, I participate in ongoing seminars on issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. I am always interested in better developing my cultural competency/understanding of diverse lived experiences, and am highly engaged in the learning process around this.