Mina Yadegar, PsyD
Dr. Mina Yadegar has extensive experience in CBT and Exposure Therapy for OCD, anxiety, and related disorders across the lifespan. She also specializes in CBIT for tic disorders and HRT for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (e.g., trichotillomania/hair pulling, excoriation/skin picking, nail biting). In addition, Dr. Yadegar is a PCIT certified therapist and incorporates parent behavioral training to enhance the effectiveness of the above treatments for children with comorbid behavioral challenges. She integrates DBT skills, mindfulness, family therapy, social skills, and school consultation as needed.
She provides telehealth, in-person, weekly, and intensive treatment options tailored towards each patient’s needs, goals, and values.
Dr. Yadegar earned her B.A. from UC Berkeley and her doctorate from Rutgers University. She then completed her internship at Harvard Medical/Boston Children’s Hospital and her fellowship at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine.
Previously, Dr. Yadegar was a Clinical Supervisor at Rogers Behavioral Health Intensive Outpatient and Partial Programs, Founding Director of the Building Bravery Services at the Boston Child Study Center-Los Angeles, as well as psychologist and supervisor at the UCLA Child OCD, Anxiety, and Tic Disorders Program. Dr. Yadegar has over a decade of experience treating patients, as well as training and supervising clinicians, in OCD and related disorders.
While I have provided services to a diverse array of patient backgrounds (across age, gender, sexual orientation, race, culture, religion, and family systems), I also believe that there is always room to grow in diversity education and cultural competence. I am passionate about providing evidence-based services through a diversity-sensitive lens that is adapted to each individual’s identity, beliefs, and values. I hope all patients feel welcomed and supported, as I genuinely believe everyone deserves exceptional care and a chance to thrive.