Ryan Schluter PsyD
Anywhere from 25-50% of the population treated has OCD, and we focus on exposure and response prevention coupled with other Cognitive Behavioral therapies such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Dr. Schluter completed his doctorate at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Washington D.C. He completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Mandala Center and a pre-doctoral internship at WellSpan Philhaven CBT, an APA accredited CBT and Primary Care Mental Health Integration (PCMHI) training program. Previously, he worked as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and completed a master’s program in counseling psychology at the University of Baltimore. He has worked with a diverse range of patients in a variety of healthcare settings including hospitals, psychiatric hospitals, community mental health clinics, private practices, and community healthcare organizations.
The staff at MCBT is dedicated to promoting an environment of respect and appreciation for the race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, age, physical/mental ability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity & expression, and socioeconomic status of all persons. We recognize the disparities among individuals and we are committed to creating and maintaining an atmosphere of openness, trust, and safety where all attitudes, beliefs, values, and behaviors can be freely explored and discussed. We fully embrace providing high quality and multiculturally sensitive services that affirm the dignity, worth and value of all individuals.