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Weekly Community Time & Weekly Educational Newsletters are free

Community Time is meant to keep you accountable, motivated, and oriented towards relating to your anxiety and OCD effectively. It's a great option for individuals who don’t have any experience with mental health treatment or supplemental to your existing treatment plan. It is also meant to help members who are recover from anxiety and OCD and want to stay connected to the Huddle.care community. 

Community Time is not a group therapy session, but rather a meeting meant to educate and motivate those who attend. All participants will be asked to describe a recent moment of distress where they related effectively to their private experience and felt proud. Each week, Dr. Perry leads an interactive lecture about one of the cognitive and behavioral mechanisms that create, maintain, and intensify anxiety and OCD.

Attend unlimited group sessions for $199 per month

Group sessions are meant for those who experience anxiety and OCD. The small groups are semi-structured and give members the space to describe what's happening for them. We apply the cognitive and behavioral mechanisms that are discussed in Community Time to each member's individual circumstances. Small groups include 3-6 members and meet for 55 minutes. This level is great for both people who are in individual therapy and for those who are not in individual therapy who would like help applying the concepts in everyday life.

Attend individual sessions for $199 per hour

Individual sessions are meant for those who suffer from anxiety disorders and OCD as well as co-occurring challenges, such as mood disorders, trauma, and stressful life circumstances. We apply the cognitive and behavioral mechanisms that are discussed in Community Time to each member's individual circumstances. Individual sessions are flexible and tailored to your individual needs.

How Huddle.care Works

Community Time

Large group sessions of 20+ members

Psychologist leads CBT lecture

Members report progress

Public commitment to weekly practice

Group Therapy

Small group sessions of 3-6 members

Psychologist provides CBT interventions

Member Q+A and share anxious moments

Public commitment to weekly practice

Individual Work

Individual member diagnosis

Individual treatment plan

Tailored homework assignments

Individual psychotherapy sessions optional*