Shereen Morse MD
Dr. Morse is in private practice. Approximately 50 percent of her patients are receiving treatment for OCD and/or OCD related disorders.
Dr. Morse has been treating adult OCD patients since 2000. She offers medication management and psychotherapy. After attending the IOCDF’s Behavior Therapy Training Institute (BTTI), she later became a lecturer in the area of medication management for the BTTI. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Washington. Through the University of Washington, she offers supervision to psychiatry residents training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Exposure and Response Prevention. As a co-founder of OCD Washington, an affiliate of the IOCDF, Dr. Morse’s mission is to educate health care providers about OCD and how it is treated. She is a performer, producer, and lover of the arts and co-produces the group “Maybe, Maybe Not,” a cast of female identified storytellers who have OCD.
This practice affirms all people regardless of their age, color, culture, disabilities, ethnic origin, gender, gender identity, marital status, national origin, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation, size and socioeconomic status.
She has spoken internationally about the importance of providing culturally conscious care.