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OCD & Anxiety Treatment
Center of Houston

Professional Therapy for Individuals with OCD, Anxiety Disorders, BFRBs, and Postpartum Disorders 

Patricia Perrin Hull, Ph.D.

is a licensed psychologist providing Cognitive Behavior Therapy in a compassionate environment to help you succeed in gaining and maintaining control of your life.

 

Patricia Perrin Hull, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist in Texas, who has been in practice since 1986. Her practice originally focused on anxiety disorders, stress management, and health psychology. Since 1996, she has specialized in the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and anxiety disorders.  Dr. Hull primarily uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), while providing a collaborative, compassionate atmosphere to help you succeed in stopping these disorders from controlling your life.

Dr. Hull is also a personal coach, aiming to help you identify and meet personal goals.  She uses primarily the philosophy and techniques of Positive Psychology while working collaboratively with you to remove obstacles to achieving your goals. Coaching aims to help you succeed in living a life characterized by greater happiness and satisfaction.

OCD &

Related Disorders

Anxiety

Disorders

Reproductive

Mental Health

Other Issues:

Women’s Issues,

Perfectionism, etc.

Evidence-Based Treatment

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Evidence-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapies are used at the OCD and Anxiety Treatment Center of Houston, e.g., Exposure and Response Prevention…

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Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)

ERP is used for treating OCD and anxiety disorders, it involves confronting triggers for anxiety, starting with lower anxiety…

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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

ACT is considered the third wave of CBT, and is used as an adjunct to other CBT approaches. ACT involves using mindfulness…

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Help for Primarily Obsessional OCD

OCD sufferers often say, “I don’t wash my hands, or do rituals, I just have upsetting thoughts – is that OCD?” OCD is often characterized by intrusive troubling thoughts, with no overt compulsions.

Help for Primarily Obsessional OCD

OCD sufferers often say, “I don’t wash my hands, or do rituals, I just have upsetting thoughts – is that OCD?” OCD is often characterized by intrusive troubling thoughts, with no overt compulsions.

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