Gloria Mathis PhD
My practice provides individual services for patients, including: ERP, CBT, skills training, in-vivo therapy, intensive treatment, and teletherapy. I treat the broad range of OC related disorders, including: Hair Pulling, Hoarding, Skin Picking, Scrupulosity, and others. I sometimes work in teams as needed and appropriate with families or to increase frequency of sessions. I have treated 100+ individuals with OCD and/or OC-Related Disorders.
I received my PhD in Clinical Psychology in 2011 from the University of Hawaii-Manoa, with a focus on treating youth with anxiety disorders. I completed an APA-accredited internship at Westchester Jewish Community Services and post-doctoral training in the Anxiety Disorders Center at St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute under the supervision of a senior therapist in the field who is a Scientific Advisory Board member. I have since worked in group private practice in Maryland.
During my graduate training in Hawaii, I worked with individuals of diverse cultural backgrounds, including Asian-Americans and native Hawaiians, . My internship in a community mental health center involved working primarily with minority, low-income clients.