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Family & Group Therapy

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder is characterized by a pattern of intrusive, unwanted and anxiety-provoking thoughts that trigger intense urges to engage in compulsive, repetitive and time-consuming ritualized behaviors. The compulsive rituals are designed to reduce the anxiety caused by the obsessive thoughts, but they provide only short-term relief in what becomes an obsessive-compulsive cycle.
At both PCH Treatment Center and Community West, I have extensive experience in treating Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) using exposure with response prevention (ERP), the gold standard approach to treating this disorder. I flexibly apply this treatment with clients in my practice.

Statistics & Research on Group Therapy

almost 90%

After receiving treatment

of clients report an improvement in their emotional health.



of couples, improved from beginning of treatment to follow-up at 6 months after treatment finished.

27% of kids

Studies found

or adolescents treated with group therapy were better off at the end of treatment.

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