Kyle Cronin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at the Center for OCD and Anxiety. He earned his Master of Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh with a concentration in mental health and direct practice. Kyle has over four years of experience working in the mental health field. Kyle gained experience implementing CBT and ERP as an intern at the Pediatric OCD IOP program run through Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic. He is committed to helping others overcome their OCD and anxiety by using evidenced-based practice and skill building.
Kyle has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families in numerous settings, including a community non-profit organization, an emergency department, community and school-based positions, and a non-profit outpatient setting. Although skilled with working with individuals across the lifespan, Kyle’s primary focus is aiding children and adolescents (aged 5-18) in their journeys overcoming OCD.
In addition to anxiety and OCD, he has experience helping people overcome depression, trauma, ADHD, and family issues, using a framework of TF-CBT, AF-CBT, Incredible Years’ Small Group, Teacher, and Parent trainings, behavior management, and systemic family therapy. Kyle approaches treatment through a structured and strengths-based lens built on a foundation of authenticity and a client-centered approach. He uses a person-in-environment perspective, values cultural competence, and attempts to integrate the interests of the people he works with into therapy. Above all, Kyle values the relationship between himself and those he serves on their path towards growth and accomplishment.
In his free time, Kyle can be found reading, engaging with nature, listening to podcasts, and attending live music events.