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Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD) Psychiatrists in North Carolina (NC)

“Are you suffering from emotional or behavioral challenges? Mental health issues impact the whole person and affect family life and physical health. But the good news is that there is help and today full recovery is possible with effective treatment and care. I will work with you in delivering evidenced based mental health services and patient-centered care, including but not limited to comprehensive assessment, medication management and therapy. I am Board certified in Adult and general psychiatry through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and also have Fellowship training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(910) 802-9124
Wilmington, North Carolina 28401
Vicki Olivia Morrow, Psychiatrist  in Walnut Cove
“The decision to see a psychiatrist is not an easy decision; however, it is often a decision that can dramatically improve the quality of a person's life. Mental health issues rob people of their peace of mind, their joy, and their ability to reach their full potential. I evaluate each unique individual in a holistic, comprehensive manner encompassing all aspects of their life. I aim to get to know each of my patients personally so that I can provide the best treatment for that individual. Good psychiatric treatment is a process. Treatment begins with an initial appointment.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(336) 481-0848
Walnut Cove, North Carolina 27052
Susan D. Webb, M.D., Psychiatrist  in Carrboro
“My Integrative Psychiatry practice in Carrboro, N.C. serves children, adults, students and the university communities of UNC and Duke. I offer psychotherapy and a holistic approach that blends traditional psychiatry with complementary modalities. With a background in the arts, psychoanalysis, and Zen teachings, I offer dynamic psychotherapy for adults, play therapy for children, and family therapy. I blend nutritional supplements with conventional medications and specialize in non-pharmaceutical treatments for the emotional and behavioral challenges that may arise in childhood. I work extensively with adolescents and college students, and have a particular interest in the developmental transition to adulthood during college.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(919) 648-0535
Carrboro, North Carolina 27510
Ana Carla Smith, Psychiatrist  in Durham
“I am a friendly, open and nurturing psychiatrist practicing in a comfortable, polished office space near Duke. I am board certified in General Psychiatry as well as Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and treat a wide variety of disorders in people of all ages. I provide comprehensive evaluations, pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. I also provide medication management for individuals who currently have a therapist, and will communicate regularly with that therapist to provide the most comprehensive, individualized care possible. I have extensive experience treating people with eating disorders, depression, anxiety, panic, OCD, PTSD, personality disorders, bipolar disorder and psychotic disorders. I look forward to hearing from you!
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(919) 648-2895
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Laurie J Pahel, Psychiatrist  in Chapel Hill
“Imagine entering a space that's private, comfortable, and nurturing where you can express your innermost thoughts and feelings. Once there, we will work together to gradually transform your struggles and hopelessness into an expanded sense of freedom and opportunity. My years of compassionate private practice experience and intensive psychoanalytic training are the tools I use to help you discuss what makes you feel ashamed, afraid, fearful, sad, anxious, or confused. Discussing your dreams, fantasies, fears, and things you thought you could never tell anyone will assist us in breaking the emotional chains that bind you.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(919) 969-9500
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Malcolm Noell McLeod, Psychiatrist  in Chapel Hill
“I have practiced psychiatry and psychoanalysis in THE SAME OFFICE for many years. If you are suffering emotionally, I believe there is no substitute for talking with an experienced psychotherapist. Many of my patients find that bringing dimly lit childhood memories out of the shadows and understanding them is life-changing, even life-saving. In addition to psychotherapy, many people also benefit from medications, which I prescribe for anxiety, depression, insomnia, ADHD, PTSD, and OCD. For people who cannot tolerate medication side effects, I suggest alternative strategies.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(919) 344-0770
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
“Dr Rasheed Onafuye holds dual Board certification in Sleep Medicine and Psychiatry. Helps patients with Sleep Apnea, Excessive snoring, Chronic fatigue, Daytime sleepiness, Narcolepsy, Restless legs syndrome, Depression, Anxiety disorders, ADHD, Bipolar and Mood disorders, Psychotic disorders, among others.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(704) 585-1239
Monroe, North Carolina 28112
Neuropsychiatric Care Center, Psychiatrist  in Greensboro
“My name is Mojeed Akintayo(aka Dr. A). I am a practicing psychiatrist who has recently opened a practice in Greensboro, NC. I completed my medical education at College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria. I proceeded to Columbia University, Harlem Hospital Center in New York City where I completed my training in Adult Psychiatry. I attended fellowship training in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at SUNY Downstate/Kings County Hospital Center in Brooklyn, NY. I am Board Certified in Adult and general Psychiatry through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. I have worked as a staff psychiatrist at various hospitals.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(336) 397-4428
Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
Mood Treatment Center, Psychiatrist  in Winston Salem
“Mood impacts the whole person, from their thoughts and emotions to their family life and physical health. Today, full recovery is possible, and there are many effective treatments to choose from including therapy, medication, supplements, light-box, and dietary and lifestyle approaches. Many of the therapies we specialize in are designed to work for particular problems, including CBT and Mindfulness for depression and anxiety, CBASP for chronic depression, EMDR for PTSD, Coaching for ADHD, Social Rhythm Therapy for Bipolar and Behavior Therapy for OCD. We also provide therapy for families, couples and specific therapies for sexual difficulties.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(336) 939-0683
Winston Salem, North Carolina 27106
Cognitive Psychiatry of Chapel Hill PLLC, Psychiatrist  in Chapel Hill
“I am a board-certified adult psychiatrist who treats adults with dementia, attention deficit, anxiety, depression, and other mental health problems. I also have a doctorate in neurophysiology and have done extensive research on attention, memory and depression. I trained in New York City for 12 years and relocated to North Carolina in 2008. My training at NYU and Mt Sinai was excellent and I was exposed to a wide variety of people and problems, but the pace became draining. I moved in search of a more balanced lifestyle, where I would be able to give more personalized attention to my patients, family, and friends.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(919) 926-9539
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
Duncan McEwen, Psychiatrist  in Durham
“We specialize in the treatment of addictions, and general psychiatric problems such as depression and anxiety. We use advanced approaches to treatment such as Suboxone. We work best with patients who are serious about their treatment and actively collaborate with us in their treatment planning. Our patients are humans not merely a collection of symptoms, and we don't hesitate to refer them to counseling to deal with their complexity. Read more about us at www.wfpanc.com
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(919) 429-7458
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Peter Z. Perault, Psychiatrist  in Chapel Hill
“I am a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in Chapel Hill with 25 years experience helping people to heal and transform emotional distress by talking freely and deeply about their lives. As a physician, I understand when medications may be needed to heal physiologic emotional distress. But I also know that a person who is listened and responded to with deep understanding will become clearer, stronger and freer to grow -- within themselves, in their relationships and in their work. This unique, personal therapeutic experience often leads to the most complete and lasting cure, and success in life.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(919) 924-0977
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Peggy Bintz NP, Psychiatric Nurse  in Hendersonville
“Dear professionals: I am pleased to coordinate care for our current shared patients. I am accepting new patients at my Hendersonville office @ 212 S Grove Street, Ste F, Hendersonville, NC 28792. I have worked in Psychiatry since 1982, as an RN. I worked at University of Cincinnati and University of South Florida. My preference is adult and adolescent Psychiatry. When I returned to complete my Master's Degree as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in 1999, I continued my focus on adults and adolescents.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(828) 490-4031
Hendersonville, North Carolina 28792
Ingrid Buhler Pisetsky, Psychiatrist  in Durham
“I am a board certified psychiatrist and a training and supervising psychoanalyst, certified in psychoanalysis by the American Psychoanalytic Association. I work with adults and adolescents suffering from anxiety, depression, self-defeating behaviors, relationship problems, and after-effects of trauma and abuse. I practice in a quiet home office where your confidentiality can be carefully maintained. When you call me, I will schedule a few initial sessions to discuss the problems you wish to address and the type of treatment best suited to help you.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(919) 493-6388
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Jennifer Segura, Psychiatrist  in Charlotte
“My goal is to provide compassionate, non-judgmental, comprehensive, high quality care tailored to meet your individual needs. You need someone who is patient, willing to listen and to take the time to understand what you are going through. I will take the time to get to know you, to answer your questions, and to learn about your goals related to relationships and family, support networks, work, personal interests, spirituality, quality of life, physical health and wellness. Together we can decide on a plan that works for you.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(919) 800-0584
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Lawrence M. Raines, III, M.D., P.L.L.C., Psychiatrist  in Cary
“Sometimes, our best efforts leave us feeling stalled. Personal initiative and the energy that we apply to serious challenges will fall short of relieving true worry, anxiety, depressed mood, fatigue, insomnia, and other symptoms. At the root of it all may simply be that what had been working fails us now. The medical specialty of psychiatry emerges as an essential ally when treatment options come from a thorough evaluation in concert with your primary care physician, psychologist, therapist, alternative medical practitioner, or trainer for an integrated treatment plan. As a psychiatrist, my goal is your sustained, long-term health.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(919) 948-3088
Cary, North Carolina 27511
Barry Ostrow, Psychiatrist  in Raleigh
“It has been 40 years since I began practicing Psychiatry. For the past 33 years my practice has also included Psychoanalysis. Psychoanalytic thinking considers a person's development, dreams, and unconscious life. It deepens the evaluation and psychotherapy whether sessions are once a week or four times a week. Therapy is a joint undertaking for both the patient and therapist. It is an adventure and challenge. The therapist and patient are affected and changed by the process. It allows for a deeper emotional understanding and appreciation for who a person is; and how much more a person can become.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(919) 407-8212
Raleigh, North Carolina 27612
Katherine Johnson, Psychiatrist  in Cary
“Are you considering medication as an option for your treatment? I'd like to assist you in making a choice that's best for your needs. I am a board-certified psychiatrist with additional fellowship training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. I have a strong philosophy of taking a holistic and team approach to mental health, integrating medications with counseling when appropriate. I have experience treating children and adults with depression, anxiety, postpartum depression, sexual dysfunction, attachment difficulties and PTSD. I believe in the importance of a collaborative relationship and encourage my patients to actively participate in their treatment.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(919) 429-8588
Cary, North Carolina 27513
“I am dedicated to supporting my patients reach their potential and lead successful, fulfilling lives. My goal is to help those I serve perform at their highest level with minimal medication side-effects.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(704) 256-8278
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
Jennifer J Allran, Psychiatric Nurse  in Chapel Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, RN, MSN, PMHNP
“I became a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner as a second career choice. I had spent a decade working in various social service agencies such as medicaid and child protective services, and I had seen a lot of human suffering. Each person experiencing suffering wanted and needed someone to fully listen and to understand their unique experience; someone who could offer them hope that a means to suffer less was possible. I do what I do because each day I encounter extraordinary human beings who prove that "possible" is always possible.
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
(919) 251-5622
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514

Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD) Psychiatrists
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted and repeated thoughts, feelings, ideas, sensations (obsessions), or behaviors that make them feel driven to do something (compulsions). It affects chidren, kids, teens and adults. Often the person carries out the behaviors to get rid of the obsessive thoughts, but this only provides temporary relief. Not performing the obsessive rituals can cause great anxiety. A person's level of OCD can be anywhere from mild to severe, but if severe and left untreated, it can destroy a person's capacity to function at work, at school or even to lead a comfortable existence in the home.

If you're looking for help with OCD Psychiatry in North Carolina (NC) or for a North Carolina (NC) OCD Psychiatrist these professionals provide ocd treatment and obsessive compulsive disorder treatment. They include OCD Psychiatrists, OCD psychologists, OCD psychotherapists and OCD counselors in North Carolina (NC). They can help with North Carolina (NC) OCD counseling, OCD symptoms, OCD children, obsessive compulsive disorder, OCDP and fulltone OCD.

About Psychiatrists, meds and Psychiatric Nurses.

A Psychiatrist in North Carolina (NC) is a qualified medical doctor who specializes in treating mental health issues and diagnosable disorders.

North Carolina (NC) Psychiatrists differ from other mental health professionals in that they may prescribe medication or psychotropics. Psychiatrists may conduct physical examinations, order and interpret lab tests and brain image scans, such as CT scans, CAT Scans and MRIs.

Some psychiatric practitioners in North Carolina (NC) specialize in age groups (so check for North Carolina (NC) child psychiatrists or adolescent psychiatrists in North Carolina (NC)). Those who work with the elderly are called geriatric psychiatrists or geropsychiatrists.

Other related specialties include psychopharmacology (certain states license Psychopharmacologists), psychiatric genetics and neuroimaging.

Psychiatric nurses in North Carolina (NC), or mental health nurses, specialize in nursing care for people with mental illness or mental distress. North Carolina (NC) Psychiatric nurses receive training in psychological therapies (such as CBT), building therapeutic alliance with clients and dealing with challenging behavior. Importantly, they are trained to administer psychiatric medication (or 'psychiatric meds') and, in very limited ways, to prescribe meds.

Nurses monitor for side effects and responses to medical treatments and offer information on meds so that clients can make informed choices about their use.