Clarity CBT & DBT Center provides effective treatment for anxiety, OCD,depression, and other related disorders in adults and college students. Our approach is tailored to meet the specific needs of this population, utilizing evidence-based treatments to balance the demands of schoolwork and social life.

College students and adults can face a range of mental health challenges, such as anxiety, depression, and stress. Evidence-based therapies have been found to be effective in addressing these concerns. These therapies are typically short-term and goal-oriented, focusing on specific strategies to help individuals manage their symptoms and improve their overall functioning.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is the leading treatment for anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder. CBT is a structured yet flexible therapy that involves a collaborative, data-driven approach with a defined end goal in mind. This therapy helps patients identify and challenge negative thought patterns and behaviors and learn new coping skills to improve their well-being.

Exposure & Response Prevention

Exposure and Response Prevention is a type of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. EX/RP is the gold standard treatment for OCD. Through behavioral experiments, the young adult learns that their worst fears or intrusive thoughts do not come true, or if they do, are tolerable. Dr. Rozmid and her team are starting to incorporate virtual reality as part of exposure therapy.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

DBT was initially developed for adults who have Borderline Personality Disorder, self-harming, and suicidal behaviors. DBT has been adapted for numerous populations and presenting problems.

At Clarity CBT & DBT Center, we offer adherent DBT. There are 4 components that make DBT adherent (weekly skills training, weekly individual therapy, therapist on a consultation team, offers out-of-session phone coaching). DBT is an incredibly effective treatment for those who struggle with emotion dysregulation, suicidality, severe depression, or non-suicidal self harm.