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Treatment Approach

The program is based on empirically supported research, asserting that intensive specialty treatment, utilizing evidence-based treatment protocols, is effective in treating severe obsessive compulsive disorder, obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders, anxiety disorders (such as social anxiety, panic disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder), and other coexisting conditions. To achieve maximum benefit for patients, the program adheres to the following assumptions:

1. We use state-of-the-art evidence-based cognitive-behavioral and psychopharmacological treatment modalities.

2. We encourage normalization by patient participation in decision-making about treatment and by providing treatment in a caring environment.

3. We design and provide services in a way that supports, educates, and empowers the patient.

4. We attend to the individual’s physical, emotional, social, and economical problems.

5. Our long-term goal is to establish healthy functioning individuals and families.

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Stress and Anxiety Around the Holidays

Stress and Anxiety Around the Holidays For many people, holidays are a time to relax and enjoy the company of family and friends. However, the holidays can be stressful and anxiety-provoking as well. Holiday parties are often difficult for people with social...

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The 22nd Annual OCD Conference Recap

The OCD & Anxiety Program of Southern California team was present at the 22nd Annual OCD Conference hosted by the International OCD Foundation in Boston, from July 31- August 2. This year’s OCD Conference was very successful and broke an all time attendance record with almost 1,700 people attending or present. read more

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Testimonials From Our Sister Program

  • Scotty, Canada
    I was with the team when they were at Menninger and when they closed their doors. I’ve had OCD for the last 12 years of my life and before I went into treatment it had literally taken over every aspect of my life. Every move I made was consumed by OCD. The monster made me […]