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Psychiatric Program

Tarzana, South Bay, and Santa Monica
Ketamine Therapy, TMS
and CBT.

Ketamine + IOP

This Program is Changing Lives.
IOP level of treatment is 3 or more hours per day for 3 to 5 days per week.

Insurance

We are not in network with any PPO insurance plans, but we can accept them as an out-of-network provider.

Learn more about special financing for our patients

Payment Options

We know how difficult it is to get through a large deductible, and still be able to get help for yourself or family. We offer monthly payments options, and we are also affiliated with the medical finance options below, you can be able to finance your treatment at Clear Mind.

1. SoFi

We recommend refinancing with SoFi for a variety of reasons, and medical debt is no exception. While it doesn’t have a specific program for medical debt, most personal loan lenders will allow you to use a personal loan for just about anything, medical expenses typically included.

SoFi has some of the lowest APRs of any lender, with fixed rates ranging from 5.99% to 17.67%, and variable rates ranging from 6.40% to 12.70%. You can refinance $5,000 to $100,000 on 24 to 84 month terms as well.

The minimum FICO score is 680. Having a stable employment and education history will help you qualify for a better rate, too. You must be employed to be approved for a loan, and SoFi’s personal loan isn’t available to residents of Mississippi.

SoFi uses a soft pull to provide you with estimated rates, and if you want to move forward with the loan, then it will use a hard credit pull. That means you can see if the loan is workable for you before committing and before having the inquiry impact your credit.

There are also no hidden fees with SoFi, so what you see is what you get in terms of the loan amount as there is no origination fee and no pre-payment penalty.

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2. Earnest

Earnest is similar to SoFi in terms of its low APRs. Fixed APRs range from 5.99% to 17.24%, with terms that go from 36 to 60 months. With Earnest you can refinance $5,000 up to $75,000.

The only downside to Earnest is that it isn’t available in many states. You must be a resident of the following states to be approved: AK, AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, GA, HI, IL, IN, KS, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, NC, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, Washington DC, WI, WV, and WY.

If you don’t reside in a state on this list, check back often as Earnest has been adding several states to its roster over the last year.

You should have a minimum credit score of 680 to be approved for a loan with Earnest, though it also takes into account your savings, employment history, education history, and income. You can apply for a loan using your LinkedIn account (which pre-fills some fields for you), but it isn’t necessary.

Earnest doesn’t have origination fees or pre-payment penalty fees, though it does use a hard credit inquiry when you complete the application. According to its FAQ, it is working on building a tool that will give you preliminary rates and terms on a personal loan without a hard pull.

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3. LightStream

LightStream is an online division of SunTrust and offers great deals on personal loans. $5,000 up to $100,000 on terms ranging from 24 to 144 months. Fixed APRs range from 4.99% to 16.79%, and there is No origination fee. Rates do vary based on the term you select, so be sure to look at all your options here.

LightStream has one of the faster application processes – if you get all the necessary documents in by 2:30pm ET, you may be eligible for same-day funding. Additionally, if you’re unhappy with the services provided by LightStream, its customer service is backed by a $100 guarantee.

LightStream requires a hard credit inquiry, which makes it a slightly less attractive option. You might want to check with the personal loan lenders that use a soft credit pull first.

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5 Symptom Subtypes of OCD

Although OCD symptoms generally fall into one of these five subtypes, it is possible to experience a change in the nature and focus of your symptoms over time.

Contamination Obsessions with Washing/Cleaning Compulsions

Those suffering from this symptom subtype will usually focus on feelings of discomfort associated with germs/contamination and will wash and clean excessively.

Harm Obsessions with Checking Compulsions

Those experiencing this symptom subtype will often have intense thoughts regarding possible harm, either to themselves or others, and will use checking rituals to relieve their distress.

Obsessions without Visible Compulsions

Those experiencing this symptom subtype will often have unwanted obsessions regarding sexual, religious, or aggressive themes. Triggers related to these obsessions are usually avoided at all costs.

Symmetry Obsessions with Ordering, Arranging, and Counting Compulsions

Those suffering from this symptom subtype may feel a strong need to rearrange objects constantly. It can also involve thinking or saying sentences or words over and over again until one feels it has been accomplished perfectly.

Hoarding

This symptom subtype involves the collection of items of little or no value until one’s living space is consumed with so much clutter it becomes difficult to live in. This is often accompanied by obsessive fears of losing items that one feels may be needed one day.

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What are Obsessions and Compulsions?

Obsessions are persistent and unwanted thoughts, feelings, or images that cause distress or anxiety. Those with OCD may try to ignore them by performing a compulsive behavior. Obsessions typically intrude when you’re going about your daily life, often getting in the way of your personal goals.

Compulsions are repetitive behaviors that you feel as if you have to perform. Usually, these compulsions are to reduce anxiety from obsessive or intrusive thoughts. However, these compulsions often only provide temporary relief from tension.

Someone with OCD may make up rules or rituals they follow to help control this anxiety when having obsessive thoughts. These compulsions are usually excessive and not realistically related to the problem they’re intended to fix.

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Frequently Asked Questions About OCD

  • Fear of contamination when touching objects others have touched
  • Intense stress when objects aren’t orderly
  • Images or intrusive thoughts of hurting yourself or someone else
  • Thoughts of shouting obscenities or acting inappropriately
  • Avoidance of situations that can trigger obsessions
  • Distress about unpleasant sexual images repeating in your mind
  • Hand-washing until skin becomes raw
  • Checking doors repeatedly to make sure they’re locked
  • Checking the stove repeatedly to make sure it’s off
  • Counting in certain patterns
  • Silently repeating a prayer, word, or phrase
  • Arrange your canned goods to face the same way

Some factors that may increase the risk of triggering OCD may include:

  • Family history. Family members with the disorder can increase your risk of developing OCD.
  • Stressful life events. This reaction may sometimes trigger the intrusive thoughts, rituals, and emotional distress associated with OCD.
  • Other mental health disorders, such as anxiety, depression, or substance abuse disorders.

The exact cause of OCD still isn’t fully understood by science. Some theories include:

  • Biology. OCD may simply be a result of changes in your body or brain’s chemistry.
  • Genetics. While OCD may have a genetic component, specific genes have yet to be identified.
  • Environment. Some factors, such as infections, have been suggested as a trigger for OCD, but more research is still needed.

There is no surefire way to prevent OCD. Getting treatment as soon as possible can help prevent OCD from worsening and negatively affecting your life. Some people with previously treatment-resistant OCD have experienced great success with the advent of Ketamine Infusions, an innovative new treatment option.

Exactly how Ketamine treats OCD and other mental health disorders are still being researched. The current understanding is that Ketamine binds to receptors in the brain that increases the amount of a neurotransmitter, glutamate, is released. This will then set off a chain of reactions within the brain that affects thinking and emotional regulation.

To put this in simpler terms, the brain reacts to Ketamine in a way that triggers hormones that help create more positive emotions. This can occur within minutes after a person receives their infusion, but some people may need several treatments before they experience the highest level of benefits.