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Therapy forAnxiety & OCD

The journey of managing anxiety and/or OCD can be both challenging and overwhelming. If you find yourself grappling with the complexities of anxiety and/or OCD, know that you don't have to face this struggle alone.

Therapy for Anxiety in NJ & MA

Are you looking for therapy for anxiety in NJ or MA? Dealing with anxiety brings a multitude of experiences, and it's okay to seek guidance when faced with the unique stressors that accompany it. By specializing in therapy for anxiety, my goal is to provide a safe haven for you to address anything from specific triggers to general feelings of unease, worry, or fear.

Common Areas of Focus:

  • Generalized anxiety

  • Worrying related to transitions and life events

  • Obsessive behaviors or thoughts

  • Panic attacks

  • Social anxiety

  • Phobias

i-CBT for OCD in NJ & MA

Are you looking for therapy for OCD in NJ or MA? Inference-based Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (I-CBT) is an evidence-based treatment for OCD, based on the central idea that obsessions are abnormal doubts about what “could be”, or “might be” (e.g. “I might have left the stove on”; “what if something happens to my baby”). According to this approach, obsessional doubts do not come out of the blue, but they arise as the result of a dysfunctional reasoning narrative. This narrative is characterized by a tendency to distrust the senses, and an over-reliance on the imagination; as a result, obsessional doubts are able to persist without ever being resolved by carrying out compulsions. In i-CBT,  we look at the reasoning behind obsessive thoughts, and fears related to one's identity. In other words, we're look at the whole picture underlying the obsessional doubts, rather than just the consequence. i-CBT has been specifically developed for OCD, targeting unique cognitive processes that are not directly addressed in other treatment modalities. 

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If any of the above sounds like you, I invite you to schedule a free 15 minute consultation to see if we're a good fit, and to ask any questions you might have.

"Anxiety is something that is part of me, but it's not who I am."

-Emma Stone

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