North Shore OCD Treatment Center, Ltd.
As the only private practice in the area with an exclusive focus on evidence-based behavioral treatment for OCD, we are confident in our ability to provide exceptional treatment. We welcome everyone who is seeking relief from their OCD symptoms. We look forward to guiding you on your treatment journey to OCD remission.
About Our Director
Dr. Kathi Fine
Dr. Fine has helped clients with OCD at numerous locations including the Washington University School of Medicine, Rogers Memorial Hospital, the Anxiety Treatment Center of Greater Chicago, and the University of Michigan.
Dr. Fine published a New Harbinger workbook for teens, presented on exposure therapy at the Anxiety and Depression Association of America national conference and has a first-author publication in the journal Cognitive and Behavioral Practice.
University of Michigan / Pre-Doctoral Internship, 2012
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee / PhD, 2012
Washington University in St. Louis / B.A. in Psychology, 2006
Our approach is collaborative and supportive, and we tailor each session to the needs of the individual. We use your strengths to both empower you to reach your goals as well as to help you with areas of concern. We strive to provide the most welcoming and comfortable atmosphere possible while still providing focused treatment.
Accessible and Convenient
- We treat all ages
- In-network with BCBS PPO
- Evening and weekend hours available
It is okay to be nervous about OCD treatment.
We understand and are here to support you at the pace that is suitable for you.
OCD is treatable.
Our goal is to help you get it into full remission.
Many people feel embarrassed about their thoughts or compulsions.
We hold no judgment about these experiences. We have likely heard it before and any thought or compulsion does not mean anything negative about you.
OCD Treatment Methods
We Specialize In OCD Treatment
Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy (ERP)
ERP is the primary treatment technique used and is the gold standard for OCD treatment. In ERP, we will guide you in a step-by-step process of exposing yourself to the thoughts and situations that are triggering your distress- without allowing a compulsion to stop the distress. Without the compulsive behaviors you will habituate to the distress.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT skills will focus on changing unhelpful thoughts and behaviors and developing personal coping strategies.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
ACT can help you experience your thoughts, feelings and sensations while still doing the things you value in your life.