Treatment specialization includes:

  • Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Panic Disorder, Separation Anxiety Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, & Social Anxiety Disorder
  • Parent Behavior Management Training for Children & Adolescents
  • Adjustment to Major Life Changes & Stressors
  • Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Other Psychological Disorders

SOAR works with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues, but our focus and specialty is in assessment and treatment of OCD and anxiety disorders. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, we offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each of our clients’ individual needs to help attain the personal growth they’re striving for.

Additionally, we are advocates for social justice, practice therapy from an LGBTQ+ affirmative stance, and engage in anti-racist training and self-study. Our SOAR clinicians are comfortable with treating OCD themes surrounding sexuality, gender, and race. 

Treatment Areas:

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (OCD)
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)/Exposure Response Prevention Therapy (ERP)
  • Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRB’s)
  • OC-Related Disorders
    • Body Dismorphic Disorder (BDD)
    • Hoarding Disorder (HD)
  • General Mental Health

Treatment Areas

All disorders are treated using evidence-based treatment. We are constantly learning and educating ourselves on methods that work for each disorder.

All are welcome here at SOAR, regardless of age, gender, race, religion or sexuality so don’t hesitate to reach out!


All SOAR clinicians are not in-network with any insurance providers at this time. Our team can provide you with a detailed bill including all the necessary information and service codes that insurance providers require for reimbursement to you of any out-of-network coverage offered by your plan. Please see the tab “OCD & Insurance” to learn more about how to maximize your reimbursement from insurance for out-of-network services from an OCD specialist.

The cost of services with Dr. Martinez is as follows:

  • Diagnostic Assessment/Intake (1-2 hrs): $300/hr
  • Individual Therapy (50 mins): $250

The cost of services with licensed clinicians Findley Harris & Perry Leynor are as follows:

  • Diagnostic Assessment/Intake (1-2 hrs): $200/hr
  • Individual Therapy (50 mins): $180


Fees for the following services are based on the hourly rate of the clinician who provides the service. All are prorated by 10-minute increments:

  • Group therapy
  • Completion of paperwork or phone calls with patient or other non-legal entities (including correspondence with other providers, professionals, and insurance companies)
  • Extended coordination of care calls/meetings over 15 minutes (e.g., school meetings such as IEP, ARD, or special education meetings; meetings with other treatment providers)
  • Travel (for therapy sessions outside of the office)
  • Psychological testing (including administration, scoring, report writing, outside consultation with teachers, etc)
  • Legal consultation, paperwork, and online appearance ($100 minimum fee)
  • Court appearances (including travel time) – billed as half-day (4 hrs), full-day (8 hrs), or longer if total travel and appearance time exceeds 8 hours

It is difficult to predict how many sessions a patient will require during a course of treatment. Factors such as the presenting problem, diagnoses, severity of symptoms, frequency of sessions, patient willingness to engage in treatment and readiness for change, patient completion of practice outside of session, etc, determine how long a patient is in treatment. Many patients with OCD and anxiety have other diagnosable disorders that complicate treatment. A full course of ERP for OCD is typically 12 to 18 sessions. Many patients are in treatment for much longer than that, some patients require far fewer sessions. Patients may be referred to a higher level of care (e.g., Partial Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization, Inpatient Hospitalization or Residential Treatment) if the acuity or severity of symptoms suggest the patient is not an appropriate fit for outpatient therapy.

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