OCD Washington is an official Affiliate of the International OCD Foundation (IOCDF), serving the greater Seattle area and the state of Washington.
OCD Washington’s Director of Board Members
Kate Reeves, M.A., LMFT
Current President of OCD Washington. Her work as a marriage and family therapist in Bellevue, WA focuses on OCD and anxiety treatment. She is also an adjunct faculty member at Antioch University Seattle.
In the interest of full disclosure, she is required to share that she is a brony, Whovian, and Browncoat.
Erjing Cui, M.A., LMHC
Current Vice President of OCD Washington. She is a OCD/Anxiety therapist at Rogers Behavioral Health, and she also has a private practice that focused on treating OCD and Anxiety-Related Disorders, Asian population and trauma. She received her clinical training from the OCD Institute at McLean Hospital, the Psychiatric affiliate of Harvard Medical School from Boston. She also worked at the Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute. Erjing owns a collection of stuffed penguins.
Shereen Morse, MD, MPH
Shereen is a co-founder and board member of OCD Washington. She is a fan of improvisational theater, gardening, and just about anything related to Harry Potter.
Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Washington (UW). Through UW she is involved in supervising and mentoring physicians-in-training. She has a private clinical practice where she specializes in OCD and Anxiety-Related Disorders.
Stacey Nagle, M.A., LMHC
The current Treasurer of OCD Washington. Their work as a mental health counselor focuses on OCD and anxiety treatment as well as specializing in serving the LGBTQ+ community. After-hours you can find them buried in video games and everything Star Wars, or rockin’-it as an electro/techno music producer.
Elaine Cheung, LICSW
The current secretary of OCD Washington. A therapist practicing since 2003. Enjoys working with school-age children, teens, and adults. Specialty training in DBT, Prolonged Exposure, TFCBT, EMDR, and Exposure Response Prevention for OCD. Have worked in a variety of settings including community mental health, hospital-based outpatient, and private practice. Enjoys hiking, being outdoors with her dog, spending time with family and friends, and eating yummy food in time off.
Board of OCD Washington