Jacob A. Nota, PhD, ABPP
Staff Psychologist, Office of Clinical Assessment and Research, OCD Institute
- Instructor in Psychology, Department of Psychiatry
Jacob A. Nota, PhD, ABPP, engages in a program of clinical and translational research focusing on the nature and treatment of obsessive compulsive and related disorders. His specialty is in the intersection between sleep, circadian rhythms, and anxiety disorders. Dr. Nota’s research has specifically examined the relation between sleep, circadian rhythms, and anxiety; information processing constructs (e.g., attention, response inhibition) that may be affected by treatments for obsessive compulsive and anxiety disorders; the integration of technology into assessment and treatment; transdiagnostic perseverative behavior and thinking; and social and cultural factors.
Dr. Nota is a clinical psychologist with expertise treating obsessive compulsive and related disorders and anxiety disorders using cognitive behavior therapy. He provides group and individual treatment, supervises students, and conducts research in the OCDI Office of Clinical Assessment and Research. He also sees patients via his private practice in Arlington.
Education & Training
- 2009 BA, Skidmore College
- 2013 MS in Clinical Psychology, Binghamton University
- 2017 PhD in Clinical Psychology, Binghamton University
- 2016-2017 Clinical Psychology Pre-Doctoral Internship, McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School
- 2017-2018 Clinical Psychology Post-Doctoral Internship, McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School
- 2017 Psychologist, Board of Registration of Psychologists, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- 2021 Behavioral and Cognitive Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology