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International OCD Foundation

Search the Resource Directory for therapists, clinics, support groups, and other organizations specializing in OCD and related disorders in your area. 

■ Phone Number: 617-973-5801 

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OCD Anxiety Program of Southern California

We are a group of compassionate PhD trained clinicians who understand how difficult it can be to live with OCD and anxiety-related disorders. We specialize in diagnosing and treating these disorders and are experts in the field. The treatment team delivers individualized evidence-based treatment for individuals struggling with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), anxiety disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorders, phobias, and depression. 

■ Phone Number: 310-488-5850 

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OCD Center of Los Angeles

The OCD Center of Los Angeles is a private outpatient treatment center specializing in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for the treatment of OCD and related conditions. We have 14 therapists on staff, all of whom are either licensed or registered, and all of whom specialize in CBT. We treat adults, adolescents, and children, and offer services six days a week, including evenings and Saturdays. 

■ Phone Number: 310-824-5200 

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Peace of Mind Foundation

A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to help improve the quality of life of OCD sufferers and caregivers through education, research, support, and advocacy. They also fund an OCD Challenge program, a free interactive self-help tool that guides users step by step through the strategies and skills needed to manage OCD symptoms. 

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Psychological Care and Healing (PCH) OCD Intensive Treatment Program

Psychological Care and Healing (PCH) Treatment Center was established in 2010 with supportive living and comprehensive mental health treatment options for severe psychiatric disorders, including bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety and personality issues, psychological trauma, and dual diagnosis. In 2013 we launched a separate self-contained OCD program to meet the demand for specialized treatment for obsessive compulsive disorder with empirically supported, evidence-based interventions. We feature a highly experienced clinical staff with extensive experience in treating OCD and related conditions. Our OCD program offers full living arrangements in our residence houses as well as options such as sober living homes and apartments. PCH also offers an aftercare program to assist clients in transitioning out of treatment. 

■ Phone Number: 888-724-0040 

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Renewed Freedom Center for Rapid Anxiety Relief

The Renewed Freedom Center for Rapid Anxiety Relief was established in 2008 to help those suffering from OCD and related anxiety disorders. Due to the lack of specialized pediatric OCD services, the Renewed Freedom Center has a separate program that focuses on intensive OCD treatment for children and adolescents within the family system. Since family members are oftentimes reluctantly involved in and affected by the sufferer’s behaviors or rituals, our philosophy is to involve the family or primary caretakers in the treatment when necessary. The program is led by the Executive Director, Dr. Jenny C. Yip, who is actively involved in patient care and the implementation of each individually-tailored treatment plan. Our staff consists of Licensed Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Marriage & Family Therapists, and Post-Doctoral Fellows. Each clinician has extensive training in Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT) for anxiety disorders, and specifically Prolonged Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) for OCD and OC Spectrum Disorders. Due to our highly individualized treatment approach, space is limited in our Intensive Outpatient Program, and acceptance is determined based on severity and necessity of each case. Treatment involves a multidisciplinary team providing state-of-the-art Mindfulness-Based Strategic Cognitive Behavior Therapy to help sufferers experience immediate relief. Our mission is to provide the most effective, brief treatment while equipping individuals and family members with essential tools to manage symptoms beyond the termination of therapy. 

■ Phone Number: 310-268-1888 

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Rogers Behavioral Health in Los Angeles

Since 1997, Rogers Behavioral Health has provided comprehensive, specialized OCD treatment. Today, Rogers is the largest provider of OCD services and one of the most respected in the United States. Rogers Behavioral Health in Los Angeles offers partial hospitalization care for children, teens, and adults with OCD, OC-spectrum and related anxiety disorders. Partial hospitalization care provides patients with six hours of treatment per day, five days a week. 

■ Phone Number: 323-431-3300 

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Spectrum CBT

Spectrum CBT was founded in 2011 by Sarosh Motivala, PhD. We provide individual focused treatment for OCD, depression, social anxiety, generalized anxiety and panic. Spectrum CBT has traditional outpatient treatment and Spectrum 360, an individual-focused intensive treatment program. We do not offer groups; instead we prefer to work directly one-on-one with our clients. In our IOP, a team of three psychologists work together with you during your time in our IOP. We blend emotion-processing theory based exposure and response prevention (ERP) with inhibitory learning based ERP. We carry out these approaches using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). OCD is a heterogeneous diagnosis and also highly comorbid with other DSM-5 diagnoses. We specialize in helping individuals using clinical science informed, evidence based approaches. All our clients periodically provide self-report assessments and interview-based assessments (eg YBOCS) so we can track progress. Our priority is to help the whole person; to serve that aim, we integrate CBT strategies beyond ERP that include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Watkins’ Rumination focused CBT and Wells’ metacognitive therapy. 

■ Phone Number: 424-209-7565 

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UCLA Anxiety Disorders Program

UCLA offers world-class treatment for anxiety and related disorders. A team of psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers lead by Dr. Alexander Bystritsky, M.D. Ph.D. will help you understand what triggers your anxiety, the feelings and thoughts that sustain it and the coping behaviors you engage in to avoid it. We offer medication management. We also run clinical trials exploring novel interventions, for example a revolutionary new technology called repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS). Because we are an academic medical center, our on-going research enables us to stay on the cutting edge of developments in clinical practice. 

■ Phone Number: 310-206-5133 

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UCLA Childhood OCD, Anxiety, and Tic Disorders Program

The UCLA Childhood OCD, Anxiety & Tic Disorders Program is a clinical research program that specializes in the evaluation and treatment of anxiety and related problems in children and adolescents. Our primary goal is to provide effective treatments for youngsters suffering from anxiety disorders, including Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Selective Mutism (SM), Tic disorders, Social Phobia, Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Separation Anxiety Disorder (SAD), and Trichotillomania. 

■ Phone Number: 310-825-0122

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UCLA OCD Intensive Treatment Program

The UCLA Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Intensive Treatment Program is designed for people who have moderate to severe OCD and/or Hoarding Disorder. For OCD, our approach integrates cognitive-behavior therapy, and specifically exposure and response prevention (ERP). Our program integrate research-based cognitive-behavioral and pharmacologic approaches for the most effective outcomes of these disorders. Our program has been helping individuals with OCD since 1991. In addition, we have been forerunners in the development of successful approaches to treating Hoarding Disorder (previously a sub-type of OCD and now its own diagnostic category). 

■ Phone Number: 310-794-7305 

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Westwood Institute for Anxiety Disorders

In 1994 upon completing her training with Dr. Edna Foa, Dr. Eda Gorbis began using Dr. Foa’s intensive method involving prolonged and repeated exposures and response prevention (ERP) for treating OCD. The Westwood Institute for Anxiety Disorders was founded in 1997 by Dr. Gorbis in response to the lack of expertise and successful treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Since the 1990s, Dr. Gorbis has successfully treated numerous patients from many parts of the world suffering from severe OCD and has trained many clinicians from the United States and across the world on her intensive integrated method. This program is a highly personalized intensive program for those with anxiety-related disorders. While it is very time consuming and difficult, it is also exhibits a very high level of success with people who have failed on average 2-3 programs prior to attending ours. 

■ Phone Number: 310-443-0031 

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