At times individuals with Panic Disorder or OCD may benefit from psychological services delivered within the home or community settings. For example, some individuals with Panic Disorder may also experience Agoraphobia, or a fear of being in public places, crowded areas, enclosed or open areas. Some individuals may feel anxiety when leaving their home, or an area within their home. Individuals with OCD may experience significant discomfort around certain routines within the home setting, may have difficulty transitioning from the home setting to another location, or may have obsessions when in particular community settings. In these circumstances, Dr. Chok will work with clients in community and home settings to address these symptoms in the most relevant contexts.