Kasey Brown
Kasey Brown completed her undergraduate training at New Mexico Military Institute and the University of Georgia, earning an associate’s and bachelor’s degree in psychology. She completed her master's degree in Social Work (MSW) at the University of Georgia as well. During her graduate training, Kasey's primary focus was clinical practice, addressing individuals within a relational context including family, culture and community. While working on her master's degree she completed clinical trainings at a senior-care facility and within a local school system before entering private practice at the Georgia Center for OCD and Anxiety. Kasey currently holds full, independent licensure in the state of Georgia as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

Throughout Kasey’s career, she has focused exclusively on the treatment of OCD, OCD-spectrum disorders and Anxiety Disorders. In order to ensure she is providing the most effective, research-based therapy to her clients, Kasey continually participates in trainings from many of the nation’s leading organizations including the International Obsessive Compulsive Foundation (IOCDF), The TLC Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (TLC) and the National Tourette Syndrome Association (TSA-USA). Kasey uses Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) and other evidence-based treatments to successfully help children, adolescents, and adults overcome OCD, OCD-spectrum disorders, other Anxiety Disorders and co-occurring conditions. Kasey is president of the Georgia affiliate of the International OCD Foundation.