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Events for October 15, 2019
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Join us during OCD Awareness Week for a free screening of the film Angst. The Angst project is an IndieFlix Original documentary designed to raise awareness around anxiety, with an emphasis on youth and families. The film includes interviews with kids, teens, experts, and parents. Our goal is to help people identify and understand the... Read more »Find out more »
An OCD Awareness Event to celebrate the official launch of Pittsburgh Bridges OCD & OCD Awareness Week. Please join us! Together we can build Bridges & strengthen our community. ***No one turned away due to lack of funds. Please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a “sponsored ticket.”Find out more »
This award-winning short film explains what OCD is, and what it isn't. By highlighting six unique OCD stories, UNSTUCK reveals the complexity of this mental health disorder and allows young people to share how they faced their worst fears and regained control of their lives. After the film, a panel of experts will be on... Read more »Find out more »
We’re excited to announce a brand new live stream with IOCDF National Ambassador Ethan Smith. The live stream will be every other Tuesday at 7pm ET on Facebook Live, Instagram, and Youtube, starting October 15th during OCD Awareness Week. Anyone who’s met Ethan knows his love and passion for advocating and connecting with those struggling... Read more »Find out more »
Diagnosing and Treating Obsessive Compulsive Disorder will be a free public presentation by local therapists having expertise in OCD. Presenters include Bob Milan, LCSW, Jennifer Gagné, PhD, Eugene Naughton, LPC, and Lauren Barry, LCSW.Find out more »
Being a young adult is hard enough as is. Life takes lots of twists and turns during the late teens and early twenties. Deciding where to go to school, what to do for a career, who to date and the list goes on and on. When OCD sets in, it makes these already difficult life... Read more »Find out more »