Christopher Mulligan, LCSW
Director of the OCD and Anxiety Clinic

Christopher Mulligan, with over 26 years of rich clinical and administrative experience, holds a BA from Sarah Lawrence College and an MSW from the University of Southern California. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, he currently serves as an adjunct professor at the USC School of Social Work. In this role, he imparts his extensive knowledge by teaching assessment methodologies and theories of human behavior. Throughout his notable career spanning more than two decades, Mulligan has meticulously designed and implemented comprehensive treatment plans tailored for children, teens, and adults. His expertise encompasses a broad range of complex developmental and psychiatric disorders, including PTSD, ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, Autism, Anxiety and Depression, OCD, Tourette’s Syndrome, Eating Disorders, and behavioral addictions. Additionally, Mulligan possesses significant experience in assisting teens during their transition to and from residential treatment and has played a crucial role in divorce and custody mediation for families with special needs children. His comprehensive approach and dedication to mental health care reflect his deep commitment to improving the lives of those challenged by mental health issues.