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Events for October 17, 2019
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Join IOCDF Executive Director Jeff Szymanski, PhD, for his second Reddit AMA as part of OCD Awareness Week! Jeff was the Director of Psychological Services at McLean Hospital’s OCD Institute, and is the author of The Perfectionist’s Handbook. He is also a Clinical Instructor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School. He's done over 80 professional... Read more »Find out more »
*Opening presentation of canvasses created by OCD sufferers. *Lecture by Caitlin Doherty, museum director, "Wellness and healing through artistic expression" *Presentation of the new FEARLESS Collection by Natural Life. Giveaways and raffles!Find out more »
Hunter College presents "How a film helped heal, build community and challenge stereotypes." An OCD Awareness Week event featuring UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie and the premiere of Involuntary Repetition as Everyday Life, by Jay Chieh-Chun Lee. Screenings followed by a panel discussion led by therapist Lisa Coyne, PhD from McLean Hospital and OCD Ambassadors... Read more »Find out more »
In honor of OCD Awareness Week, Bradley Hospital and OCD Rhode Island will be co-sponsoring a screening of UNSTUCK: An OCD Kids Movie followed by a panel discussion on Thursday, October 17th from 6:30–8:30pm at Bradley Hospital. This event is free and open to the public. For more information about this event and a list... Read more »Find out more »
We hope you will join us for this incredible event at The Museum of Contemporary Art! We are celebrating OCD Awareness week with a show of our ERP canvases made by OCD sufferers locally. There will be a short talk on art and healing with MOCA director Caitlin Doherty. The new Fearless collection will be... Read more »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 »
Join us for an evening with Bryan Piatt, who has been opening up about his struggle with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and anxiety. Bryan will sit down with OCD Twin Cities president Alison Dotson for a conversation about living with OCD and anxiety — and showing up even when it's the last thing we want... Read more »Find out more »
Drs. Jon Abramowitz, Aureen Wagner, Annette Perot and Jeff Sapyta will share information regarding OCD, current developments in treatment, and answer questions regarding OCD in children, teens, and adults. This event is free and open to the public. The event is designed for persons with OCD and their loved ones as well as interested mental... Read more »Find out more »
The Peace of Mind Foundation’s Online Kids and Teens OCD Support Group goal is to help young OCD sufferers connect with peers and gain emotional and practical support through peer relationships. We hope that this group will help young people realize they are not alone in their journey of taking control of their OCD. At... Read more »Find out more »