Providing those who suffer from anxiety, stress, and OCD access to the most effective treatments through convenient, online therapy
Currently serving Iowa and Alabama residents
Anxiety & OCD Treatment Services
Anxiety-related issues are very treatable with existing evidence-based treatments, though most individuals suffering from anxiety and related disorders never receive the quality treatment they need. This is because it can be extremely difficult to find the highly-trained providers who specialize in treating individuals with these disorders. Our mission at Anxiety & OCD Treatment Services is to provide high-quality, evidence-based treatment for those who are suffering from anxiety-related conditions, and who otherwise may not have access to specialized therapy services. Considered the “gold standard” treatment for anxiety-related disorders, we provide cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to our clients via online therapy, or videoconferencing. Our providers have special expertise in exposure-based therapies, such as exposure and response prevention (ERP), and incorporate other treatment techniques such as motivational interviewing and mindfulness and acceptance-based techniques. At Anxiety & OCD Treatment Services, we seek to provide our clients with the skills to face their fears so that they can make effective choices that are in line with their overall values and goals.
Good psychological treatment is not confined to the office! We conduct our therapy sessions using videoconferencing, much like Skype, except that it is through a secure online platform that ensures your privacy. Online therapy allows us to provide treatment to those who have little-to-no access to evidence-based treatments. Online therapy has a number of benefits: it offers flexibility, convenience, and accessibility. Results from research suggest that online delivery of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and exposure-based treatments is just as effective as in-person delivery.
Our providers are dedicated to helping those suffering from anxiety and related disorders - through therapy and treatment services, education, and research.