Now offering services in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island.

A Smarter Solution for a Growing Problem


You now have a better option for referring patients 7 to 22 with moderate to severe anxiety and OCD.​​

Specialty Outpatient Care for Pediatric Anxiety and OCD

You now have a better option for referring patients 7 to 22 with moderate to severe anxiety and OCD.

Covered by insurance. Quick access. Taking referrals now.

Pediatric anxiety and OCD

We know the system is broken and hard to navigate.  We’re changing that by providing access to proven care that works to get families’ lives back on track.


Cofounded by the clinicians who developed the McLean Anxiety Mastery Program, and in collaboration with McLean Hospital, InStride provides evidence-based (CBT, ACT, components of DBT) care with an emphasis on exposure for children and adolescents diagnosed with anxiety and/or OCD.

What We Offer
InStride Health Core Value

Comprehensive assessment and individualized treatment plan.

InStride Health Core Value

Individual and family therapy, med management, group therapy, and on-demand coaching.

InStride Health Core Value

Parent guidance and support.

See What the Experts are Saying About InStride

"As a nurse and strong patient advocate who makes referrals worldwide, I wholeheartedly endorse InStride Health. This is a long-awaited, empirically validated treatment program for those seeking highly educated and well-trained professionals to deliver stellar clinical care efficiently, effectively and even accepts most major insurance plans. InStride Health for the win!"

–Bonnie Brown, BS, RN, Nurse Administrator and Health Communications Specialist

"The InStride-McLean collaboration is a powerful combination. During their tenure at McLean, Drs. Potter and Boger demonstrated deep expertise and passion for helping children and families with anxiety. They are leaders and innovators, and we are thrilled to work with them as they seek to expand access to outpatient anxiety and OCD care."

– Scott Rauch, President and Psychiatrist in Chief, McLean Hospital

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