Dr. Wuyek treats adults who are having difficulty with anxiety or obsessive-compulsive conditions. 


Services Offered 

Diagnostic Assessment:  Careful assessment is important in beginning treatment.  Evaluations typically last about 90-120 minutes.  You will be asked about current symptoms, past treatment, and your psychosocial history.  At the end of the evaluation, diagnoses and recommendations for treatment will be discussed.


Individual Therapy:  Therapy for OCD, anxiety, and related disorders is typically once a week.  CBT is the treatment of choice for anxiety and related disorders, and a specific version of CBT (Exposure and Response Prevention) is the treatment of choice for OCD and anxiety.  These treatments have been well-validated by years of research.  Treatment sessions are generally 45 minutes, though longer sessions may scheduled as needed.   


One-Time Consultations:  If patients or providers are feeling stuck in treatment or uncertain about diagnosis, Dr. Wuyek can provide consultation.  This can be useful for diagnostic clarification or generating ideas about what to try next in treatment.


Professional Supervision:  Dr. Wuyek is committed to the dissemination of empirically supported treatments.  If professionals are interested in furthering their expertise or experience with ERP and CBT, supervision and consultation are available.


Conditions Treated

  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Panic Disorder
  • Agoraphobia
  • Social Anxiety Disorder
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  • Specific Phobias
  • Health Anxiety
  • Any anxiety that does not fit neatly into one of these categories is also welcome


Type of Treatment Offered 

Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) is a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT).  ERP is the treatment of choice for anxiety, OCD, and related disorders.  Treatment typically includes education about anxiety, help in challenging anxious cognitions, and exposure exercises to reduce anxiety.

All treatment is evidence-based and tailored to the individual.  If you are unsure about treatment, an evaluation can help determine the best course of action.