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Stones of Meaning

Evidence-Based Treatment
for OCD, Anxiety, and
Related Disorders

Offering in-office as well as 
virtual therapy sessions

If you would like more information, or to schedule a free 15 minute consultation.

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Welcome to Blossom Grove Therapy!


Blossom Grove is a group therapy practice that provides specialized OCD and Anxiety treatment to individuals, couples, and families in all phases of life. 

It is our mission to elevate hope, foster connections, and reinforce resilience in the fight against OCD and anxiety disorders.  

You have the right to live the life you were meant for,

and we're here to support you.


If you've been experiencing overwhelming distress, constant worry, anxiety, or a sense of being stuck and you're not sure what to do anymore, we are here to help.


Our dedicated clinicians are prepared to guide you in letting go of outdated, unhealthy coping mechanisms that may be hindering your progress. Through therapy, we'll assist you in regaining control over your thoughts, emotions, and life, helping you reconnect with your true self.

Our Practice

Our clinicians at Blossom Grove Therapy are passionate about the

treatment of anxiety disorders and are trained in various treatment modalities including Exposure and Response Prevention, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, I-CBT, Motivational Interviewing, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.  


Clinicians also have specialized training in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, infant/child mental health, grief and loss, life transitions, and parenting issues.  

We are committed to creating a safe, welcoming, and compassionate environment; and building strong, trusting, and meaningful relationships to help you make transformational changes. 

We are dedicated to providing services that are accessible and affordable by offering both telehealth and in-office appointments, and by accepting most major insurances. 


Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a type of therapy that aims to help you develop and expand your psychological flexibility. This is the ability to accept emotions as appropriate responses to certain situations and adapt your thoughts and behaviors to better align with your values and goals. ACT encourages you to identify your core values and then utilize these values to guide your actions and decisions to ultimately lead a rich, full and meaningful life through mindful values-based living.


Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy is a form of cognitive behavioral therapy that was developed specifically to treat OCD. ERP therapy involves two components. First, you will gradually and purposely confront the thoughts, images, objects, and situations that cause you distress and/or provoke your obsessions in a safe environment. Second, you will refrain from engaging in compulsive or safety behaviors once your anxiety has been “triggered.” Through these exercises, you will learn to tolerate feelings of anxiety better and face your triggers without engaging in compulsions and safety behaviors that are currently consuming your life.


Attachment-Based therapy aims to help you address and resolve past traumas and attachment wounds that stem from childhood. The goal is to help you understand your past experiences in order to have more fulfilling present relationships with others. This type of therapy is based on the idea that how we attach to our caregivers in early life affects our ability to form relationships as adults.


Mindfulness therapy focuses on the practice of being in the present moment. This includes learning to be aware of internal thoughts and feelings, and external surroundings and situations while reducing automatic responses or habits. In conjunction with CBT and ERP, mindfulness therapy can help decrease depression and anxiety symptoms, improve focus and memory, decrease stress, and improve overall quality of life. 


CBT is a type of therapy that aims to challenge and change negative thoughts that cause anxiety. The cognitive model focuses on how our thoughts and perceptions influence the way we feel and consequently how we behave. CBT helps bring awareness to inaccurate or negative thinking patterns so you can view challenging situations more clearly and respond to them in a more effective way.

If you would like more information, or to schedule a free 15 minute consultation

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