Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

While we may classically think of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) as individuals that compulsively wash their hands or keep a very neat house, there are many others that experience symptoms of OCD that can be very difficult to manage and lead to a great deal of distress. OCD is a grouping of symptoms that create anxiety and distress for individuals. It is characterized by intrusive (unwanted) thoughts that are disconcerting for the individual and can often prompt ritualistic behaviors to help ease the tension.

At Biltmore Psychology & Counseling, our Psychologists help individuals overcome their anxiety related to OCD, help manage their thoughts, and develop other coping skills to help ease the tension that these thoughts can bring.

Individuals often seek treatment for thoughts and compulsions related to:

  • Cleanliness
  • Repeated self-doubts
  • Order
  • Unwanted sexual thoughts
  • Unwanted aggressive thoughts
  • Uncontrolled worry about work, school, finances, and other life difficulties
  • Repetitive behaviors

Teletherapy & Video Counseling Sessions Available

Biltmore Psychology and Counseling offers teletherapy sessions as a way to participate in counseling without needing to be physically present at our office.

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OCD Counseling FAQ

Will My Insurance Cover OCD Counseling?

Our office is out-of-network, so we do not accept insurance directly. However, if your insurance plan offers out-of-network benefits, we can provide you with a receipt so that you can bill your insurance directly.

Depending on the individual insurance plan, many will be reimbursed for a percentage of their payment. To determine if you have out-of-network mental health coverage, contact your insurance and ask about whether your plan includes out-of-network mental health coverage. Feel free to contact our office with any questions.

What other services do you offer for Phoenix?

Feel free to check out our other counseling services offered in Phoenix. Our counselors are held to the highest standards of excellence and bring the best of their education, experience, and professional knowledge to their practice.

Our professionals build strong relationships with each person based on mutual trust and confidence and value each person’s perspective of his or her own life. Counseling at BPC is a dynamic, active process. Counselors work with each person to understand, engage, and overcome even seemingly insurmountable difficulties, and facilitate each person’s process of transformation and hope.

Meet our Team

Dr. Melissa Estavillo, PsyD

DR. MELISSA ESTAVILLO, PsyD

Doctorate and Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, Arizona School of Professional Psychology
Practice Areas: Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), relationship / marriage counseling, Depression, Anxiety, PTSD / Trauma, Grief, Spiritual Integration, Medical Counseling, Immigration Evaluation Services

Danielle Corrales, LMFT

DANIELLE CORRALES, LMFT

M.S. Marriage and Family Therapy, Arizona State University
B.S. Family and Human Development, Arizona State University

Practice Areas: Relationship / marriage counseling, pre-marital counseling, grief and loss, general counseling, anxiety and depression, individual therapy, life changes, work/life stressors

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Susan Self

SUSAN SELF, LPC

M.S. Counseling and Human Services, University of Toledo
B.S. Psychology, Bowling Green State University
Practice Areas: relationship / marriage counseling, pre-marital counseling, parenting, general counseling, anxiety and depression, individual therapy, career decisions, caring for aging relatives, life changes, work/life stressors

Nicole Elliott, LPC

M.C. Counseling, Arizona State University
B.A. English (Literature), Arizona State University
Practice Areas: Adjustment Disorders, anxiety, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), depression, disability counseling, existential therapy, faith-based counseling, general mental health counseling, gerontological counseling, grief counseling, individual counseling, mindful self-compassion (MSC).

Allison Johnson LPC - Phoenix, AZ

ALLISON JOHNSON, LPC

M.S. Community Counseling – University of Phoenix,
B.A. Forensic Psychology – Saint Ambrose University

Practice Areas: Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, EMDR, LGBTQ+, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Couples Counseling, Mindfulness, Chronic Illness.

Our Location in Phoenix, AZ

We’re here for you.

Our OCD therapists apply professional expertise and understanding to provide the best holistic counseling services in Phoenix, AZ.

A 10-min consultation can help you determine whether our services would be the right fit for you. Call us today for a free phone consultation.

(480) 999-7070