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Our Mission

The New Jersey Center for OCD and Anxiety, LLC was established in 2019 to help those with OCD, anxiety and related disorders become masters of their symptoms, learn how live a fulfilling life, and take back control from these disorders. 

Our Staff


Dr. Diana Antinoro Burke, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist



Executive Director

Dr. Diana Antinoro Burke is the founder and Executive Director of the New Jersey Center for OCD and Anxiety, LLC.  She is a licensed clinical psychologist and has formidable expertise using cognitive behavioral treatment with individuals with OCD, anxiety disorders, tics, and body-focused repetitive behaviors. She was the former Clinical Director of COTTAGe, at the University of Pennsylvania, the Training Director at The Center for Emotional Health and a postdoctoral fellow at CTSA at the University of Pennsylvania. She has made significant contributions to the research and training of professionals in these areas and is committed to improving the lives of people with anxiety, OCD, tics, and BFRBs.

Prior Training and Experience:

  • Bachelor of Arts, New York University, CAS Honors Program

  • Doctor of Psychology, Rutgers University, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology

  • Postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Treatment and Study of Anxiety (CTSA), a world-renowned research center and institution

  • Clinical Director of the University of Pennsylvania’s Child/Adolescent OCD, Tic, Trich, and Anxiety Group (COTTAGe) 

  • Senior Psychologist and Practicum Training Director, The Center for Emotional Health of Greater Philadelphia

Participation in Research and Training:

  • Adult and child research projects evaluating the effectiveness of exposure and response prevention for OCD

  • The investigation of the effectiveness of habit reversal for trichotillomania and tics

  • Prolonged exposure research project for teens with post-traumatic stress disorder

  • Supervision and training of postdoctoral candidates and psychiatry fellows at the University of Pennsylvania and the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

  • Training of graduate students in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, currently a clinical supervisor at Rutgers University GSAPP doctoral program

  • National and local presentations at conferences specific to Dr. Diana’s areas of expertise

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