Intensive Treatment


For clients with complex anxiety or OCD, the Anxiety Treatment Center of Greater Chicago offers Intensive treatment options. Our team of therapists and counselors is available to provide treatment up to 7 days a week, with the potential for multiple sessions per day. We have the flexibility to travel with clients to locations where they experience the most symptoms, and to work extensively in coaching and practicing skills wherever necessary.


With a more aggressive approach to treatment, we are able to provide effective solutions that can minimize interruption to your daily life. Our treatment plans are customized specifically for each client, and are designed to accommodate your schedule and work or school commitments. All of our anxiety specialists are trained extensively in the treatment of OCD and related anxiety based conditions, and they work one-on-one with clients to achieve faster, sustainable recovery.
We incorporate family members into our treatment, offering guidelines and recommendations to support your loved one. We also collaborate closely with your current health care providers and coordinate care to ensure a comprehensive approach. For those clients from outside the Chicago area, we can arrange travel plans and provide logistical support to make the stay as easy and economical as possible. Payment plans can also be arranged.

Our unique, cutting edge approach works rapidly and can help avoid hospitalization for the most severe cases. We are well known nationally for our expertise with young children, adolescents, and adults, and specialize in treatment refractory OCD and co-morbid conditions.

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    Susan Richman, J.D., Co-founder, Honorary Chair and Board Member, Beyond OCD

    Dr. Cassiday changed my life.  She took me on “field trips” to wherever was necessary to deal with my OCD triggers. She never hesitated to get down in the trenches with me and teach me new ways to respond. She was truly a partner in my healing.  We laughed a lot together, so what could Continue Reading

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