Adam B. Lewin, PhD, ABPP
Associate Professor & Program Director - University of South Florida OCD, Anxiety and Related Disorders Behavioral Treatment Program
Narrative of Services:
Dr. Lewin’s clinical and research activities focus on obsessive-compulsive spectrum and anxiety disorders. He specializes in OCD, anxiety, tic, trichotillomania, selective mutism, skin-picking and developmental disorders. Dr. Lewin sees both pediatric & adult patients for evaluation, and CBT with exposure/response prevention for OCD, anxiety and habit reversal therapy for tic spectrum disorders. Dr. Lewin directs intensive and weekly outpatient services at the USF OCD Program. He has conducted several funded research studies in OCD and is Member at Large for Education and Standards for the Society for Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.
Dr. Lewin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, Psychology & Psychiatry at the University of South Florida. He is the Program Director for the USF OCD, Anxiety and Related Disorders Behavioral Treatment Program. He is Board Certified in Child and Adolescent Psychology and is a licensed psychologist. Dr. Lewin received his PhD in Clinical & Health Psychology from the University of Florida. Dr. Lewin completed his clinical residency and NIMH postdoctoral research fellowship at the Semel Institute at UCLA. His research with OCD began in 1997 and he has provided psychotherapy for patients with OCD since 2001.