About Ben Cook, LPC-MHSP

Ben is a licensed professional counselor (LPC-MHSP) who has spent the past few years working for Rogers Behavioral Health, a leader in the field of OCD and Anxiety treatment. He works with adolescents and adults providing therapy with an extensive focus on the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder, depression, and anxiety disorders. Prior to his work at Rogers, he worked as a therapist at The Ranch in Nunnelly, TN providing residential substance abuse treatment, mental health counseling, and individual and family therapy. He's also a member of the IOCDF (International OCD Foundation).

During his career as a therapist, Ben has worked in a variety of settings including community mental health clinics, community substance abuse treatment facilities, and outpatient therapy clinics. The themes of anxiety and depression have been present in each of them. Anxiety and depression often lead to unhealthy behaviors (avoidance, isolation, etc.) and they tend to interfere with family, careers, and relationships. He's been trained and equipped to help clients achieve the change that they desire.

Ben has a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Wake Forest University, where he was educated and trained under leaders in the counseling field. He also spent some time as an adjunct instructor for Wake Forest University assisting with the Family Counseling class. He’s passionate about helping people achieve the goals and the changes that they desire in their lives.

Ben lives in Nashville with his wife and son. He loves college football, vintage guitars, and live music.