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During the COVID-19 outbreak, I am still here to help with your anxiety and OCD virtually through phone and video therapy.

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Dr. Brandt offers teletherapy via phone or HIPAA-compliant video software. Dr. Brandt is licensed in Texas and is a member of PsyPact, allowing him to practice telehealth in the following states: Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania,Utah, Virginia. Contact Dr. Brandt to learn more.


OCD and Anxiety Therapy for Adults

I believe in using a personalized approach to treatment. For some patients once a week therapy is most effective, while others need a more concentrated method. I will work with you to create a treatment plan that is tailored specifically to you and your needs. Call or email for a consultation and take your first step to reclaiming you life! 

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OCD and Anxiety Therapy for Children and Adolescents

I take the same personalized approach in therapy for OCD, anxiety, and related concerns in children as young as 5. By incorporates families into treatment as-needed and provides a warm and open atmosphere to help children and adolescents realize the change that is important to their lives.

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Full-Day Intensive Treatment

Some severe OCD cases need intensive treatment options. Dr. Brandt offers full-day exposure therapy sessions for OCD. Contact Dr. Brandt to learn more. 

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I have had OCD for over 30 years.  During that time I have tried many different therapists but I never found the right one until I was so blessed to find Dr. Chad Brandt.   He totally understands OCD and has helped me learn about how to embrace mine. He has taken the time to get to know me and is not just all talk.  He has given me skills and strategies to overcome the beast of OCD.

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