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OCD Georgia – OCD 101: An Overview of Diagnosis and Treatment – Training for Mental Health Professionals
Presented by Kasey Brown, LCSW, OCD Georgia President, and Josh Spitalnick, Ph.D., ABPP, OCD Georgia board member. The program provides foundational information on the diagnosis and treatment of OCD and is designed for psychotherapists and other professionals seeking an introduction to OCD, its features, and empirically supported means of treating this disorder. Registration is required and seats are limited. Click here to register.Find out more »
The event features Dr. Christina Taylor, PhD and a panel of people living with OCD, concluding with support group breakout sessions. Dr. Taylor is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Sacred Heart University and the author of OCD: A Workbook for Clinicians, Children and Teens; Actions to Beat, Control & Defeat Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. The event is free and lunch will be provided. Please register at www.ocdct.org or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (860) 415-6233.Find out more »
Topics include: What is OCD? What disorders are related to OCD? What is the treatment for OCD? What goes on in a typical therapy session for OCD? What is the role of Friends & Family in the treatment of OCD? Meetings are free and open to all. Potluck Luncheon following meeting.Find out more »
A free English speaking support group meeting for OCD and Anxiety sufferers. The focus for this month is on stigma and barriers to mental health recovery in Hong Kong.Find out more »
We are excited to announce that for this week, International OCD Awareness week, Neurobehavioral Institute (NBI) will be hosting an event on Saturday October 15th, 2016 at noon at our office. NBI doctors and staff will be leading a local walk to raise funds for the International OCD Foundation (IOCDF) and will available answering questions live, through NBI's Facebook page. More information to follow. Be part of it and join us! #OCDAwarenessDay@NBIFind out more »
OCD Washington is hosting an event for OCD Awareness week where we will be showing clips of shows and/or movies that portray OCD in the media with discussion to follow. Snacks will be provided. We hope you can attend! Please email if you have any questions, email@example.com. Please rsvp at the same email, firstname.lastname@example.org, to help us organize enough snacks!Find out more »
October 15 at 1pm-4pm OCD and Addiction Education Series Patrick McGrath, PhD, the Director of the Center for Anxiety and Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (OCD) at Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital, will speak about OCD and addiction, the latest research on comorbidity, implications this research has for treatment, and misconceptions plaguing the treatment model for these dual diagnoses. IOCDF spokespersons Elizabeth McIngvale, PhD and Ethan S. Smith will share their struggle and journey with OCD as they speak on the hidden…Find out more »
Heidi Hartston, PhD will talk on OCD in the Family: 10 Tips to Avoid Enabling and Start Truly Helping” If you heard her program last year on Relationships and OCD, you know you find this talk invaluable. The program will be videotaped and available on YouTube. Heidi Hartston, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist with over 16 years of specialized experience helping people master OCD, recover from anxiety, depression and addictive behaviors and improve their relationships. Heidi currently has a private…Find out more »
OCD Wisconsin, an affiliate of the International OCD Foundation, has invited three of Rogers Memorial Hospital's clinical experts to share their knowledge about OCD and the message that early diagnosis and treatment are key to successful recovery. Drs. Brad Riemann, David Jacobi and Nick Farrell, will answer your questions about OCD and related disorders at a free “Ask the Experts” panel at the Waukesha County Technical College’s Richard T. Anderson Education Center (800 Main Street, Pewaukee) on Tuesday, October 18,…Find out more »
A Free Event for ANYONE Interested in Learning About OCD and Its Treatment Topics include common OCD themes, incorporating mindfulness in treatment, challenging faulty beliefs, generalized anxiety disorder, the role of medication, and helping children with OCD. Location: Community College of Baltimore County, Hunt Valley 11101 McCormick Road, Room 120 Hunt Valley, MD Presenters: Andrea Batton, LCPC, The Maryland Anxiety Center Michael Checknoff, LCSW-C, Anxiety & Stress Disorders Institute Shmuel Fischler, LCSW-C, CBT Baltimore Michael Heady, LCPC, Anxiety & Stress…Find out more »