Annie Zadori, PsyD
Narrative of Services:
My practice is focused on treating OCD and/or related disorders at about 80 percent of the time. Some non-combat related PTSD patients and mood related diagnosis complete 20 percent of my practice. Over the years I have treated patients from a wide range of ethic and racial backgrounds and incorporated family when necessary in the treatment plan.
Treatment of Co-occurring Disorders:
Depression, Panic, Phobia, GAD, PTSD, boarderline personality d/o.
My training for OCD started from 2015 at Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior. I was trained under supervision of some of the pioneers of ExRP at the UCLA Anxiety disorders Clinic and continued working under their supervision in their private practices until licensure. I have worked both with young adults as well as senior adults suffering from debilitating OCD and/or other related disorders. Conducted treatments for outpatient therapy as well as Intensive Outpatient treatments.
Being from a Christian but Middle Eastern background, I have personally experienced issues of immigration, ethnic/religious minority issues, as well as other culture specific concerns. Growing up in Europe and then the United States gave me a multicultural understanding that over the years has helped me connect in a different way with my patients who have been from widely vast backgrounds.
During my Doctoral training years my emphasis was on Multicultural Psychology and my ability to converse in 5 languages has always been helpful in practice. I speak English, Armenian, Farsi, German, and Greek in order of fluency.