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Serving Clients in:
  • Arizona
  • New Mexico​​
Services Offered:
  • Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) for OCD
  • Inference-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (ICBT) for OCD
  • Weekly Therapy Sessions
  • OCD Intensives
  • EMDR
  • Sensorimotor Psychotherapy​​
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Who we are:

The Epiphany Center for OCD and PTSD is here to support you in overcoming the pain of anxiety and fear and reclaiming your best life and most joyful you.

Whether you are suffering from the cyclic anxiety and distress of OCD or the recurring fear and pain of PTSD, we are here to help you and know what to do.  You are not alone.  Using gold standard therapies to help you recover, the Epiphany Center can help you face your fears with courage, determination, and hope.

 

The Epiphany Center for OCD and PTSD provides comprehensive care for individuals across the adult life span, starting at age 18.  We welcome and celebrate all people and strive to be a safe, supportive, and empowering place for all.  

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About

Meet The Team

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Rachel Tombaugh
MA, PLC
Owner / Clini
cal Director

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Stephanie Minaudo
LCSW

 

What we treat:

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD):

A condition that affects millions of people and which is characterized by the experience of recurring, intrusive thoughts, fears, and unwanted impulses called obsessions.  These thoughts result in tremendous anxiety and lead to repetitive actions and behaviors called compulsions.  Obsessions and compulsions together form the condition of OCD.  While many people associate OCD with hand-washing and lock-checking, OCD is actually an incredibly diverse condition that can present in a multitude of ways.  OCD is a condition that can be successfully overcome, allowing you to regain hope and a sense of purpose and meaning in your life. 

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD):

A condition that can result following the experience of an overwhelming and frightening event (called a trauma) and which leads to both re-experiencing symptoms that evoke intense memories of the event as well as avoidant symptoms that occur in an effort to distance yourself from reminders of that event. 

 

PTSD is a treatable condition, and with compassion, hope, and expert support, you can reclaim your life, live joyfully, and embrace who you are and are meant to be.

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Panic Disorder:

Panic Disorder is a debilitating condition in which an individual experiences episodes of extremely acute anxiety that can come on suddenly and seemingly without warning. Panic attacks ccan be mistaken for medical emergencies and can send sufferers to the hospital fearing a heart attack or other major medical event.  Panic Attacks can leave sufferers feeling nervous, worried about when and where they may experience another attack, frightened of the physical sensations a panic attack brings with it, and compelled to avoid situations in which another attack may occur. Panic Disorder can be accompanied by agoraphobia as well, and can leave individuals feeling frightened of open spaces or environments in which they feel trapped, such as lines, airplanes, freeways, bridges, and parking lots. Panic Disorder can be extremely limiting to one’s life and functioning, yet is a treatable condition that can improve tremendously, allowing you to once again live your life with confidence.

Phobias:

A Phobia is the experience of having intense feelings of fear about a particular object, situation, or experience that is out of proportion to the actual threat posed. Simple Phobias are experienced in relation to particular animals, situations such as heights or visiting the dentist, medical procedures, or perhaps flying, while Complex Phobias can be more severe and life limiting, such as fears related to social interactions or agoraphobia (fear of being trapped or in open spaces or without an easily accessed escape). A Phobia is typically experienced when the individual is facing (or can anticipate facing) the source of their fear and can be quite debilitating. Phobias can impede one’s ability to function normally, to receive medical care, to travel, or to socialize effectively with others.

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder:

Generalized Anxiety Disorder is characterized by feelings of intense and excessive worry about everyday life experiences, such as getting in trouble at work or being fired, a friend being upset or angry, or making a mistake. People who suffer from Generalized Anxiety Disorder often feel overwhelmed, indecisive, fear the consequences of routine decisions and actions, and spend much time and effort ruminating and working to avoid situations that they associate with bringing on feelings of anxiety.

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Contact:

Epiphany Center for OCD and PTSD

7629 E Pinnacle Peak Rd, Suite 110

Scottsdale, AZ 85255

Phone: 480-944-9400

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