About Us

Amy Mariaskin, Ph.D.

The NOATC is run by Amy Mariaskin ("Mary-askin"), a licensed clinical psychologist who has over 10 years of experience treating OCD, anxiety and related disorders. She has worked across the southeast with adults, adolescents, children, and families affected by these disorders. She is passionate about direct care and enjoys helping people overcome their symptoms with compassion, creativity, and humor.

 

Dr. Mariaskin received her masters and doctoral degrees from Duke University and completed her internship and post-doctoral work at the University of Florida. She has been in private practice in Nashville since 2011. Additionally, for three years, she was the Clinical Director of child and adolescent services at Rogers Behavioral Health, an intensive treatment facility that treats individuals with OCD, anxiety, depression and eating disorders. Dr. Mariaskin is an adjunct professor at Vanderbilt University where she provides supervision to graduate doctoral students.

 

In addition to clinical and supervisory experience, Dr. Mariaskin has published in the field and is an active speaker at local and national conferences on the topics of OCD, anxiety, and child mental health. She is a member of the International OCD Foundation and has been featured as an anxiety expert in various media. For more information, check out the links below.

 

Dr. Mariaskin discusses OCD with Ty Bentli of the Ty, Kelly and Chuck show here.

Dr. Mariaskin discusses child anxiety as part of the Behavioral Health in Pediatrics series for Tennessee pediatricians here.

 

In her free time, Dr. Mariaskin enjoys reading, writing, hiking, traveling, and writing about herself in the third person.


Recruiting New Clinicians

 

The NOAC is currently recruiting therapists who would like to provide quality care in a collaborative group setting. Both licensed clinicians and those working toward licensure are invited to apply. If you are interested in more information, please contact Dr. Mariaskin at amy@amariaskin.com.