Peter Weiss, PsyD, LMHC
Peter is the co-founder and co-director of Camp DCO and has developed Camp DCO in partnership with Dr. Osborne and Dr. Welch. Peter has extensive experience in developing, managing, and facilitating wilderness therapy programs, and has clinical experience treating OCD in children and adults using Exposure and Response Prevention. Peter is a graduate of the Behavior Therapy Training Institute (BTTI), and is currently a doctoral candidate at the Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, where he is working on integrating behavior therapy and contemporary psychoanalytic theory. Peter works full-time as a child and adult therapist in private practice in Seattle. Approximately 75% of Peter’s patient caseload is comprised of children, teens, and adults with OCD.
Travis Osborne, Ph.D.
Dr. Osborne is a licensed psychologist in the state of Washington who specializes in the evidence-based treatment of anxiety and related problems. He has considerable experience treating OCD in children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Osborne is a member of the Obsessive Compulsive Foundation (OCF) and is also a graduate of the OCF’s Behavioral Training Institute (BTI), an intensive OCD training seminar for mental health professionals. Additionally, Dr. Osborne has volunteered his time and expertise for several years as a consultant to the OCD Support Group of Seattle, serving as professional resource to people with OCD and their friends and family. He has given several lectures on OCD to various professional and lay groups in Seattle and has trained other mental health professionals in how to provide evidence-based treatment for OCD and other anxiety disorders. Dr. Osborne is also a Clinical Instructor for the Department of Psychology at the University of Washington.
Neil Kirkpatrick, Ph.D.
Dr. Kirkpatrick has considerable training and experience in providing individual and family cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) to treat a wide range of problems. His primary clinical interest is the treatment of anxiety, particularly in children and adolescents. Dr. Kirkpatrick has experience and training in working with children with OCD and other anxiety disorders, as well as assisting parents of anxious children learn how to effectively respond to their children’s symptoms. Additionally, he has had extensive training in Behavioral Parent Training, a mode of treatment that has found to be effective in the treatment of a range of problems in childhood and adolescence (e.g., ADHD, oppositionality), as well as helping parents support their children suffering from depression, anxiety, autism spectrum disorders, and developmental delays. He has worked extensively both with younger children and adolescents and their families with both behavioral and anxiety-based problems. He also has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with comorbid anxiety and ADHD.