Brian A Zaboski Ph.D, NCSP
Director, Adult OCD and Anxiety Disorders Track at the Bridgeport Hospital REACH Program; Associate Director for Clinical Psychology, Yale OCD Research Clinic
The primary service in the OCD and Anxiety Disorders track includes in-person CBT with exposure for 4 days weekly, 3 hours per day. Please call the main phone number for information located on REACH’s webpage to complete a brief phone screen: https://www.bridgeporthospital.org/locations/bridgeport-1558-barnum-ave
The Yale OCD Research Clinic located in New Haven provides psychoeducation, medication consultation, and numerous research opportunities: https://medicine.yale.edu/psychiatry/ocd/
Co-occurring disorders commonly seen include depression, anxiety, other obsessive-compulsive and related disorders.
Prior to my directorship at the OCD and Anxiety Disorders Track at Bridgeport Hospital’s REACH program, I have used cognitive-behavioral therapy with exposure since 2016 in a variety of settings ranging from schools to inpatient units. I have written a book on cognitive-behavioral therapy, published dozens of peer-reviewed papers, and am currently engaged in grant-funded research applying artificial intelligence to predict treatment outcomes.