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Truly Collaborative Care Delivering Personalized Treatment

Stay at NBI Ranch

Live-In Treatment Program for OCD and Anxiety-Related Disorders

What is NBI Ranch?

NBI Ranch is an adult (18 and over) supportive living community, for sufferers of OCD and Anxiety-Related Disorders, in the horse-country town of Southwest Ranches, Florida. It’s a naturalistic environment where patients of NBI’s intensive program live while receiving daily treatment at NBI’s main offices (NBI HQ) just a short drive away. The Ranch provides an extraordinary opportunity to work on real-life skills and tools in a caring home-like setting, outside of treatment. The Ranch offers many options and advantages that once-a-week in office visits can’t provide.

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Is NBI Ranch Right For You?

Many individuals struggle with the stigma of living in a “mental hospital” where they feel like a patient, not a person. Others may succeed in treatment only to relapse upon returning home. We recognize these potential pitfalls in traditional treatment and we’re bridging that gap in an effort to create life-long mental health and relief from OCD and related Anxiety Disorders. Reasons to consider NBI Ranch include:

  • Symptoms that are too severe for outpatient treatment, but do not necessitate hospitalization.
  • Being trapped in a cycle of relapses.
  • Inability to make adequate gains in present living, educational, or work environments.
  • Difficulty bringing clinical progress into “real life.”
  • To “step down” gradually from inpatient or other more restrictive care.
  • Needing to accelerate treatment progress.

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What Happens At NBI Ranch?

What happens in treatment at NBI HQ doesn’t stay there— it comes to life. Each resident’s clinical team creates activities to practice and reinforce once residents return to the Ranch that day. Residents are supported and encouraged by NBI Ranch’s on-site, well-trained Residential Counselors (RCs). The RCs communicate daily with a resident’s treatment team. This enables “real-time” optimization of personalized care. We realize there is no “one size fits all approach” and make every effort to tailor accordingly.

The RCs also guide excursions and activities in the community, such as indoor skydiving, go-cart racing, art classes, or a day at the beach. We recognize putting your “regular life” on hold to seek treatment can be a brave and emotional choice. Our counselors understand that as well and are happily available anytime to listen to any struggles you may be having outside of treatment hours.

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What Else Makes The NBI Ranch Program Truly Special?

Opportunities for developing healthier lifestyles are key elements of NBI Ranch. Residents are encouraged to partake in a variety of nature-based and mind/body nurturing activities such as equine therapy, tending to our organic vegetable garden, CBT yoga, cooking classes, and a host of other wellness-enhancing activities — whether preparing and enjoying meals, working on creative projects, or just “chilling”. NBI Ranch is the perfect place to start making your life enjoyable again.

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Inspirational Stories

  • “I finally found doctors who understood me and my thoughts. I had felt so alone, helpless and scared. After meeting Dr Moritz I was at ease, she and the other doctors at NBI were all trained in the treatment of OCD.”

    M.L.

  • “The excellent care I received at the hands of NBI’s skilled and experienced practitioners made a real difference.”

    M.T.

  • “Went above and beyond for me and my family, and would not accept anything less than seeing me through to a healthy life.”

    E.S.

  • CogMed Working Memory Training
  • Association of Psychology Postdoctoral Internship Centers (APPIC
  • American Board of Professional Psychology
  • International OCD Foundation