Oxana Stebbins PhD
I serve adults across the majority of U.S. states via telehealth and specialize in treating OCD, anxiety, and related disorders (e.g., depression). I provide individual therapy, including intensive options, using evidence-based treatment. Principle treatment modalities include ERP/CBT, incorporating elements of ACT and DBT where indicated. More information about my practice is available at www.anxietyocdtc.com.
Depression using CBT and behavioral activation
I earned my PhD in Clinical Psychology at Seattle Pacific University and completed internship at the VA Ann Arbor/University of Michigan Healthcare System. I received specialized training in mood and anxiety disorders during my postdoctoral fellowship at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. I treated severe to extreme levels of OCD in an intensive outpatient (IOP) setting at the Seattle Children’s Hospital, where I worked with youth and their parents, and continue to treat individuals with OCD in my private practice.
I’m especially interested in working with religious/spiritual issues in treatment, and finding ways to work with the client’s religious background in a sensitive, respectful manner. I ascribe to a cultural humility framework.