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Events for October 19, 2019
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The Translational Therapeutics Lab, Stanford’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and OCD SF Bay Area will be hosting it's third annual OCD awareness week event, with this year’s theme of “Treatment Advances and Supporting Loved Ones with OCD.” Jeff Bell—KCBS radio news anchor, author, and cofounder of Adversity 2 Advocacy Alliance—will give the keynote... Read more »Find out more »
Presentations on OCD by Arif Khan, MD and Caroline Garry Arif Khan, MD is a Board-Certified Psychiatrist and the Medical Director at the Northwest Clinical Research Center in Bellevue. Dr. Khan has been a Principal Investigator for over 600 clinical trials in psychopharmacology including the original clinical trials for Zoloft and Paxil for OCD. His... Read more »Find out more »
Join us for a relaxed time of socializing in a reserved section of the coffee shop. We will have cards available for you to write a note of support to others with OCD to remind them that they are not alone.Find out more »
Events for Adults with OCD and Related Conditions 11 AM – 12 PM @ Homer’s Coffee Shop Join us for a relaxed time of socializing in a reserved section of the coffee shop. We will have cards available for you to write a note of support to others with OCD to remind them that they... Read more »Find out more »
This will be a special time for youth (6-12 years old) to meet other kids, share about their experiences and create a card of support for other kids with OCD. Pre-registration encouraged at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kids-corner-ocd-kansas-awareness-week-2019-tickets-72064672375 Parents will be encouraged to stay and connect with one another in an adjacent area.Find out more »
Come enjoy free OCD-related miniature golf, and hear clinicians speak about the many facets of life with OCD including navigating school, understanding treatment, and family life. There will be snacks, music, an arcade, and opportunities to meet other people with OCD in your community. Anyone who wants to know more about OCD is invited to... Read more »Find out more »
OCD Oregon is hosting an art show & silent auction on October 19, 2019 at The Cleaners in the Ace Hotel in Portland, Oregon. OCD Oregon has solicited pieces of art — paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, songs, poetry, etc. — inspired by the experience of OCD and the theme #FaceYourFear. The art will be on... Read more »Find out more »
Especially reserved for teens (13-17 years old) to connect with others affected by OCD, share about their experiences and create a card of support for others as a reminder that they are not alone. Pre-registration encouraged at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/adolescent-ocd-awareness-event-2019-tickets-72193052363Find out more »
Connect with others during an OCD Support Group facilitated by local OCD specialists. Pre-registration encouraged at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/adult-with-ocd-support-meeting-tickets-72195728367Find out more »
Please join OCD Massachusetts celebrate OCD Awareness Week on October 19th from 4 - 6:30 PM at McLean Hospital in Pierce Hall. Dr. Stephanie Maddox, Assistant Neuroscientist in the Neurobiology of Fear Laboratory and Director of Brains Matter, will be presenting on how changes in the brain contribute to the symptoms seen in OCD and... Read more »Find out more »
“My OCD” is a storytelling event to inspire, educate, spread hope and celebrate the incredible individuals who face Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) every day. Who: My OCD will feature six cast members of the story telling group, "Maybe, Maybe Not," all of whom have experiences with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. We will have a range of... Read more »Find out more »