The Houston OCD Program is located in a brand-new, custom-designed residential treatment facility in the historic Heights neighborhood of Houston. By creating a luxurious, warm and inviting environment, we continue addressing 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

The Latest News & Blog Updates

Houston OCD Program completes the first week-long spring break intensive program!

By: Lauren Esworthy, MA, LPC This year, the Houston OCD Program launched its first Brief Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program (AIOP) over the week of Spring Break. The Brief AIOP offers the opportunity for teenaged clients to participate in intensive therapy without getting behind on schoolwork. All participants attended the Program from 10am-12:30pm the week of spring break. Each day, the … Read More

OCD and Social Anxiety

By: Jennifer Sy, Ph.D. Meeting new people, whether for friendship or dating, is often very intimidating. It can be especially intimidating when you have symptoms of OCD, and is often one of the areas people “get” to work on once OCD symptoms have improved. Here are some reasons that people with OCD often also experience anxiety about making new friends … Read More