KCCAT's COVID-19 Service Adjustments
KCCAT is continuing to offer telehealth services in addition to in-person services. Availability of in-person services may vary based on COVID-19 case numbers, vaccination rates, and staff availability. Your assigned primary clinician can discuss options and provide additional details. (All support groups will continue to be conducted through televideo rather than in-person until further notice.)

Read more about our current service adjustments and policies regarding COVID-19.

Specializing In OCD, Anxiety, Mood, and Stress-related Health Challenges For All Ages

People successfully reclaim their life from anxiety and related challenges every day; we look forward to teaching you how! Visit our Getting Started page to learn more and access our convenient, online New Patient/Resource Request Form. You may also call or send an email.


KCCAT has a variety of group activities: community support and education groups open to the public, support/relapse prevention groups open to all current or former patients, exposure groups to maximize current individual treatment or booster needs, and cost-efficient courses of group CBT for those with mild to moderate symptoms.

Research & Academics

KCCAT was designed for active involvement in cutting-edge research, supporting new developments and future leaders in the field. We maintain an academic home through volunteer faculty appointments through the University of Missouri–Kansas City.

Professional Development

We offer expert consultation on anxiety and behavioral health issues for professionals, schools, and organizations, as well as presentations and training workshops tailored to specific needs.

Careers & Training

Learn about employment opportunities, as well as practicum and other training-level positions.