We treat OCD in the many ways it shows up. Some people often refer to some of these various types of symptoms with informal names such as:
We are skilled at treating individuals with co-morbid disorders including:
Our team will be sensitive of your cultural and religious background when developing a treatment plan. They will collaborate with you to determine your goals for treatment and will make recommendations on the best treatment to help you reach those goals.
The CU Anschutz OCD Program accepts many insurance plans, including Medicare and most Medicaid RAE's. Please call your insurance plan to verify our providers are in your insurance network. Ask about copays, deductible, and coinsurance so you are aware of what your out-of-pocket responsibility will be.
If we are not in-network or you choose not to use your insurance, our fees are as follows:
Please email or call to inquire about self-pay rates for appointments with Dr. Davis.
Note: some insurance companies do not cover out-of-office treatment (e.g. in vivo exposures in the community). The above rates will apply if you are interested in this type of treatment, and it is not covered by your insurance.
Department of Psychiatry OCD Program
Fitzsimons Bldg, Room E2343
13001 E. 17th Place
Aurora, CO 80045
Phone: (303) 724-4987
Rachel Davis, MD
Medical Director, OCD Program
Co-Director, Neuromodulation Program
Phone: (303) 724-8244
Email: Rachel Davis