a Licensed therapist and specialist for Anxiety & OCD.
A refuge for those suffering with anxiety, providing hope and help for recovery.
Offering specialized, personalized treatment for the silent warriors of "Pure Obsessional" OCD.
Are you stuck in an endless cycle of worries that make you feel upset, scared or guilty?
You may spend time ruminating, trying desperately to figure out how to make the thoughts go away.
Fortunately, there is effective treatment for anxiety and OCD. We've got this.
Welcome! I’m Sandra,
Treatment for anxiety disorders consists of therapies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure and Response Prevention and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. I also utilize other treatment modalities as needed such as Motivational Interviewing and Rumination Focused Therapy.
We will work to move past your worries in order to have a meaningful life that is aligned with your values.
I will hold space for you and support you in your journey, until you are ready to do it on your own. My approach is educational, supportive and empowering.
Treating OCD and anxiety is a process that unfolds session by session. We will work to reduce rumination and other compulsions. We will also identify your core fear. I have a gentle approach, and you are in control of the process.
Contamination, Checking OCD
General Anxiety Disorder
Social Anxiety Disorder
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Health Illness Anxiety
Hair Pulling, Skin Picking
“Let nothing dim the light that shines from within”
Disclaimer: Please note that the information, resources, and descriptions offered on this website, feed, or elsewhere are not, nor are not intended to be, therapy or a replacement for therapy. It is also not psychological advice or a replacement for psychological advice. It does not constitute a client/therapist relationship. For individual help and questions regarding your mental health and well-being, you should consult a mental health provider. You can reach out to 1-800-950-NAMI or head to the following websites: IOCDF.org, nami.org, and psychologytoday.com. Direct messages, e-mails, and other contacts seeking mental health advice will not be answered as these questions must instead be answered by a mental health provider suited for you needs specifically.
"Convince yourself every day that you are worthy of a good life."