Our services

Find peace through the challenge of anxiety.

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Commonly treated Diagnoses

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

  • Panic Disorder with or without Agoraphobia

  • Social Anxiety Disorder

  • Specific Phobias

  • Selective Mutism

  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder

  • Trauma

Exposure with Response Prevention

Exposure with Response Prevention (ERP) is a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy used to treat anxiety disorders. It involves intentionally exposing individuals to the situations or triggers that cause their anxiety, while preventing them from engaging in their usual avoidance or safety behaviors. By doing so, ERP helps individuals confront and tolerate their fears, gradually building resilience and reducing their anxiety. The goal of ERP is to break the cycle of anxiety and avoidance, empowering individuals to face their fears and learn that they are capable of managing anxiety-provoking situations. Through repeated exposure to the feared stimuli, individuals can retrain their brain to respond differently, leading to a decrease in anxiety symptoms and an improvement in overall well-being. ERP is a proven and effective treatment for various anxiety disorders, including obsessive-compulsive disorder and phobias. Description not clear.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a form of psychotherapy that helps individuals develop psychological flexibility and improve their overall well-being. ACT focuses on accepting negative thoughts and emotions, while also committing to taking action towards living a valued and meaningful life. This therapy aims to help individuals identify their core values and align their behavior with those values, even in the face of difficult thoughts and feelings. ACT teaches individuals mindfulness skills to be fully present in the moment, and encourages them to engage in committed actions that are in line with their values. By doing so, individuals can learn to detach from unhelpful thoughts and emotions, and move towards a more fulfilling and purposeful life.

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At Moment, we provide the gold standard of care. Join us as we guide you through a journey of learning anxiety management. Research proven techniques will leave you feeling more in control of your life.

We are in this journey together.

Other commonly used techniques:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Solution Focused Therapy

  • Prolonged Exposure

  • Trauma-Focused CBT

  • Parent Management Training

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Individual outpatient services

Our clinicians provide personalized care and support to individuals seeking help for significant anxiety concerns and co-occurring diagnoses using ERP, ACT, and other evidence-based techniques. These services are designed to cater to the unique needs of each person, allowing them to receive the regular care they need while still being able to maintain their daily routines. Sessions typically occur on a weekly to bi-weekly basis allowing individuals to gain the necessary tools and strategies to overcome their challenges and achieve lasting recovery.

Skills and Support Groups

Current offerings:

Beginning April 30th, we will host a 6 week adult OCD skills and support group aimed at community connection for those with OCD, improving distress tolerance and reducing shame, and improving self-compassion.

We are looking for families to join an 8 week group, also beginning April 30th, aimed at supporting parents and families of children with significant anxiety concerns. Sessions will focus on guiding parents and caregivers in responses to anxiety and improving family quality of life.

Our treatment groups are designed to provide support and guidance while individuals and families as they seek and healing. Through group therapy sessions, educational workshops, and various therapeutic activities, our treatment groups aim to empower individuals and promote lasting positive change.

Exposure-Based Intensive Outpatient Program

Moment offers an exposure-based Intensive Outpatient program designed to serve those with significantly interfering anxiety concerns such as OCD, Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia, and severe phobias by utilizing one-to-one, self-led, and group treatment formats in a comprehensive treatment plan.

Clients will attend approximately 4 hours of services each day, 5 days per week, for approximately 6 to 10 weeks; though program time will vary by individual. The program is designed to have a small cohort with personal connection while helping individuals face moderate to severe challenges with anxiety and improve quality of life.