Meet Dr. Gregory S. Chasson, a distinguished licensed and board-certified clinical psychologist, Associate Professor, and the Director of Behavioral Interventions of the Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders Clinic within the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience at the University of Chicago.

With a rich academic background, Dr. Chasson earned his BA in psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and later obtained his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Houston. His professional journey led him through three transformative years at Harvard Medical School, including a prestigious internship at McLean Hospital and postdoctoral Clinical and Research Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Before joining the faculty at the University of Chicago, Dr. Chasson made significant contributions as an Assistant Professor at Towson University and later as an Associate Professor at the Illinois Institute of Technology. For the latter, his impactful leadership extended to a four-year tenure as the Director of Clinical Training for the accredited Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program.

Dr. Chasson’s expertise lies in obsessive-compulsive and related disorders, encompassing conditions such as obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), hoarding disorder, body dysmorphic disorder, body-focused repetitive behaviors, and tics/Tourettes, alongside anxiety disorders. His commitment to evidence-based treatment is exemplified by his ownership and operation of two specialized practices—CBT Solutions of Baltimore (2010-2016) and Obsessive-Compulsive Solutions of Chicago (2016-2022).

An accomplished and award-winning educator, Dr. Chasson has accumulated thousands of hours of teaching experience, leaving an indelible mark on students at various academic levels. His international reputation as a sought-after professional trainer is evidenced by workshops delivered in China on the nature and treatment of OCD for the Chinese Psychology Society and the China Mental Health Association. The International OCD Foundation recognizes his expertise, inviting him to lead trainings and serve as an expert consultant.

As a prolific scholar, Dr. Chasson has authored over 70 scientific publications (Google Scholar Profile) and spearheaded grant-funded research projects in the field of OCD and related disorders. His commitment to advancing the field is reflected in his recent co-authorship of a book on cognitive-behavioral therapy for hoarding. Dr. Chasson’s editorial contributions extend to multiple journal boards, and he has notably served as the Program Chair for the 2021 annual conference for the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. Currently, he is the editor of the Behavior Therapist, solidifying his status as a leading authority in the field.

With a wealth of clinical experience, a dedication to education, and a prolific research portfolio, Dr. Gregory S. Chasson stands as a key figure in the field of clinical psychology, offering unparalleled insights and expertise to those seeking speaking engagements, media involvement, and a deeper understanding of OCD and related disorders.


Welcome to Translational Mental Health LLC (TMH), which aims to bridge the gap between cutting-edge mental health research and practical, real-world applications. Founded by Dr. Chasson, a seasoned expert in the field, TMH translates the complexities of mental health into accessible, actionable insights for both the community and businesses.

TMH specializes in distilling the latest research findings and clinical expertise into informative books, compelling speaking engagements, and interactive social media posts. The commitment to making mental health knowledge accessible extends to the media, where Dr. Chasson strives to communicate these insights to a broader audience, fostering a culture of understanding and empathy.

Join TMH’s mission, as we leverage Dr. Chasson’s unparalleled expertise to translate mental health research into accessible insights for individuals, communities, and businesses worldwide. Together, let’s transform mental health awareness into meaningful action.