Unlike many other providers who treat a variety of conditions, our main focus is on providing the most specialized, evidenced-based treatment for anxiety, OCD and related conditions.  Specializing allows us to stay apprised of the most recent research and utilize the most effective strategies in your treatment.


We specialize in providing Cognitive Behavioral therapy (CBT), the most evidenced based treatment for anxiety, OCD and anxiety-related conditions for adults and children.


CBT is a time limited, structured, collaborative, skill-building treatment intervention. The vast majority of clients who utilize CBT show an improvement, with gains maintained over time.


Test/sports anxiety

Panic Disorder

School refusal

Sleep difficulties

Social anxiety

Tic Disorders

Our Specialties

Sexual Orientation OCD

Magical Thinking OCD

Depressive OCD

Symmetry/Equalizing OCD

Postpartum OCD

Hyper-responsibility OCD

Pedophile/Sexual OCD

Anxiety related to Autism Spectrum

Body Dysmorphic Disorder

Phobias (food, driving, flying, vomit)

Hoarding & their caretakers

Sensory Processing Disorder

Hair pulling/Skin picking

Introverted individuals



We treat all forms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder including:

Media, PA  &  Lower Gwynedd, PA

Contamination OCD

Relationship OCD

Existential OCD

Just Right OCD

Harm/Violent OCD

Hit & Run OCD

Tourettic OCD

Additional resources can be found at:

Our specialties include but are not limited to:

Generalized anxiety

Separation anxiety

Public speaking anxiety

Postpartum anxiety

Gifted individuals

Health Anxiety

Pain management

Moral Scrupulosity/Religious OCD

Emotional Contamination OCD

Sensorimotor/Hyper-awareness OCD

Olfactory Reference Syndrome (fear of body odor)

Muscle Dysmorphia (obsessive focus on muscles)

Orthorexia (obsession with healthy eating)

PANS/PANDAS (sudden onset OCD, separation anxiety, tics, restricted eating due to infection)



International Obsessive Compulsive Foundation:  https://iocdf.org/

Anxiety and Depression Association of America: https://adaa.org/

The TLC Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behavior: http://www.bfrb.org/index.php