top of page
file cover - 2.png

ERP - Exposure and Response Prevention

What is ERP?

Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) is a specific type of cognitive-behavioral therapy.  The main concept behind ERP is to expose the person to the thoughts, images, objects, and situations that make them anxious or trigger their OCD compulsions. The exposure is done in a controlled and gradual manner. Response Prevention part of the therapy involves making a conscious choice not to perform a compulsive behavior once the anxiety or obsession has been triggered. This helps the individual learn that they can tolerate the anxiety and that the anxiety will eventually decrease on its own without the compulsive behavior.

Why Choose The Anxiety Center for ERP?

Sesión de psicología

Specialized Focus on OCD and Anxiety Disorders

ERP at The Anxiety Center is delivered by therapists who specialize in OCD and related anxiety disorders. Our targeted expertise means treatments are deeply focused and highly effective, crafted from years of specialized practice and research.

Mujer Stalked en el garaje

Structured and Supportive Exposure Techniques

We provide a carefully controlled environment where exposures are tailored to your specific fears, ensuring a safe and supportive setting for confronting and mastering anxieties. Our approach helps you build confidence and reduce avoidance in a gradual, manageable way.

La práctica de Yoga

Empowerment Through Practice

Our therapy emphasizes real-world application. Beyond learning in therapy sessions, we offer support as you practice these techniques in everyday situations, ensuring skills are not only learned but also integrated into your daily life, enhancing overall well-being.

Our Approach

If obsessions and compulsions are dominating your life or that of someone you care about, consider our ERP therapy at The Anxiety Center. Our approach involves gradually exposing you to the source of your anxiety, allowing you to develop resistance and ultimately reduce the compulsion to perform rituals. With guided sessions, our therapists support you in confronting these fears without giving in to compulsions, fostering strength and resilience over time. At The Anxiety Center, we commit to providing a compassionate environment where you can safely face your fears and learn strategies that can lead to lasting change.

Disorders that we treat

Know more about our special approach of the conditions that we treat

Image by Fernando @cferdophotography


General, Health, Social, etc.

Image by Markus Spiske


Pediatric Neuropsychiatric

Image by Kristina Tripkovic

Mood Disorder

Bipolar, Depression, Disruptive

Image by Caleb Woods

Neurodevelopmental D.

Autism, ADHD, etc.

Image by Kira auf der Heide

Behavioral Disorders

Attention, Borderline, etc.

bottom of page