We have moved! On August 22nd the Houston OCD Program moved into a brand-new, custom-designed residential treatment facility in the historic Heights neighborhood of Houston. As this video shows, the construction has been progressing as planned since our ground breaking ceremony last August. By creating a luxurious, warm and inviting environment, we will continue to address the unique needs of our clients while meeting the rising demand for our evidence based services.

We work with our clients to provide a compassionate therapeutic environment while implementing evidence-based treatment techniques to provide the most effective treatment for the individual.

We specialize in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), particularly Exposure and Response Prevention (E/RP) and other effective treatment techniques for anxiety and anxiety-related disorders. The treatment team also utilizes other innovative treatment interventions, such as mindfulness and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).

The Houston OCD Program delivers individualized evidence-based treatment for individuals struggling with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), anxiety disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorders, phobias, and depression.  We offer three levels of care, sometimes referred to as full continuum of care …READ MORE

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What Is It Like to Be in Residential Treatment? -A Former Patient’s Perspective

In treating mental health problems there are different levels of care. These levels include (in increasing intensity and amount of support): outpatient, intensive outpatient/partial hospitalization, residential, and inpatient. The lingo can get a bit confusing so here are a few quick definitions. I am currently in residential treatment. College with OCD was becoming very hard to handle and I needed to have more time … Read More

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 anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder for various reasons. The holidays can also be stressful due to added pressure and expectations from friends and family. In … Read More