"Therapy Can Work For You"

If you are experiencing stress and anxiety due to circumstances or social situations, problems in your relationships, or obsessions and compulsions, therapy can help! Results can include improving your outlook, developing tools to help you better face and address your problems, and reaching your life goals. Browse this site to learn more on getting started with therapy or more about Dr. Chan’s practice.

Treatment For Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive-compulsive disorder can often be a crippling condition. Fortunately, there is a lot of evidence for the effectiveness of cognitive-behavior therapy, namely exposure and response prevention (ERP).  In my clinic, I offer outpatient treatment for those with overwhelming OCD symptoms.

Therapy For Anxiety Disorders: PTSD, Panic, Worry, Phobias, etc.

If you are experiencing difficulty relaxing, are consumed by worry that may be obsessive, and are also experiencing problems with sleep and other daily functions, therapy may . There are many circumstances in life can make us anxious, but certain people may feel the anxiety more because they are hypersensitive to stimuli, feel unsafe, or have difficulty tolerating uncertainty.

Treatment for Hoarding and Cluttering

If you or a loved one has a problem with hoarding and cluttering, rest assured that there are ways to get help. I offer a variety of treatment options that address hoarding behavior in a way that is collaborative and practical. The primary treatment model is cognitive behavioral therapy, which targets unhealthy beliefs and patterns of behavior that contribute to a hoarding disorder.

Testimonials

“I loved the chance to hear alternative explanations for events in my life; many of the things I perceived in a negative way, actually had positive (or neutral) alternative explanations. There was no defensible reason why I should have favored a negative explanation over a positive one. Stepping through my thought processes and examining my explanations and perceptions of events was an eye-opening experience. It’s given me much greater flexibility in my thinking: now, I don’t rush to assume the …
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