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  • 2010: Earned B.S. in Psychology from the University of Delaware
  • 2014: Earned M.S. in Psychology through the Clinical and Health Psychology department at the University of Florida
  • 2018: Completed APA-accredited Pre-doctoral internship at the University of Rochester Medical Center
  • 2018: Earned Ph.D. in Psychology through the Clinical and Health Psychology department at the University of Florida
  • 2019-2021: Completed postdoctoral training through the division of psychology/psychiatry department at the University of Florida
  • 2020: Appointed to represent the division of psychology as member of UF’s telehealth task force
  • 2021: Appointed to Clinic Treatment Planning Workgroup in UF Division of Psychology
  • 2021: Recruited patients and provided therapy services as part of UF Fear Facers Camp
  • 2021: Licensed as a Clinical Psychologist in Florida
  • 2022: Licensed as a Clinical Psychologist in Georgia
  • 2022-2023: Clinical Supervisor at Rogers Behavioral Health in Atlanta
  • 2023: Joined Anxiety Specialists of Atlanta as a Staff Psychologist


Rob Henderson, Ph.D., is a Licensed Psychologist specializing in clinical assessment and treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorders (OCD) and anxiety disorders, including social anxiety, panic disorder, health anxiety, specific phobia, generalized anxiety, and separation anxiety. He provides evidence-based treatments including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), Exposure and Response prevention (ERP) and principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Henderson is also experienced in providing treatments for co-existing mood disorders, adjustment disorders, and neurodevelopmental disorders such as Autism, ADHD, and Tourette Syndrome. Dr. Henderson has also given guest lectures on anxiety and related topics throughout his career and presented at international conferences including the society for psychophysiological research (SPR) and international OCD foundation  (iOCDF).

Dr. Henderson has extensive training and experience in the area of clinical research, assessment and differential diagnosis, and clinical intervention  for anxiety and mood disorders. After graduating in 2010 as a psychology major at the University of Delaware, he accepted a position as a research assistant in the University of Florida Center for the Study of Emotion (CSEA) and became more involved in research on emotional responding in individuals with anxiety and related disorders. At the University of Florida’s Clinical and Health Psychology doctoral program, he pursued opportunities for more specialized training related to anxiety disorders and psychological assessment. On internship at the University of Rochester Medical Center, Dr. Henderson further developed skills in providing exposure-based interventions for adults, facilitated group psychotherapy for anxiety disorders in outpatient and inpatient settings, and worked as part of an interdisciplinary team on a project developing a telehealth app focused on helping individuals manage anxiety symptoms.

After earning his PhD, he pursued further training in anxiety and OCD by completing a postdoctoral training program through the Division of Psychology at the University of Florida, he worked in an an intensive outpatient clinic for OCD and related disorders and developing skills in parent management training. He also became more involved in telehealth-based treatment around this time, including serving as a member on the department’s telehealth task force and got more involved in group therapy, including  creating and facilitating a social anxiety group for adolescents with social anxiety using zoom and facilitating in-person groups as part of a summer camp for children with OCD and related disorders. Once licensed, Dr. Henderson worked as a clinical supervisor for Rogers Behavioral Health in Atlanta where he was responsible for overseeing PHP and IOP programs for children and adults with OCD/Anxiety or Depression. He joined Anxiety Specialists of Atlanta in 2023 as a staff Psychologist. 

Dr. Henderson is originally from New Jersey but spent most of the last decade living in Gainesville, FL (Go Gators!). He and his family enjoy exploring all that the Atlanta area has to offer, especially the many hiking trails, dog parks, and food options.