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Support For Families: A Panel Discussion Presented by OCD So Cal’s Board of Directors!

To celebrate OCD Awareness Week, OCD Southern California will be hosting a virtual panel discussion to educate family members and loved ones about obsessive-compulsive disorder. The event will start with a brief introduction of the featured speakers, and then the educational panel will begin! The topics include: Family Accommodation (Barbara Van Noppen, Ph.D., LCSW) Kids,… Read more »

Launch of Peace of Mind Kids OCD Online Support Group

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 »

New OCD Support Group & Caretakers Support Group

Hosted by: CBT Center For Anxiety & OCD Date: October 4, 2018 Time: 7:00 PM – 8:15 PM Location: CBT Center for Anxiety & OCD, 107 Chesley Drive #2, Media, PA 19063 New support group for adults with OCD and new support group for family members, spouses and parents of those with OCD.

3rd Annual Hoarding Meeting Offers Resources, Support in Boston This Summer

Hoarding disorder (HD) presents a unique challenge because of how it impacts such a wide variety of individuals, agencies, and groups. As such, our goal at the IOCDF has been to continue to design and develop comprehensive resources that help support individuals with hoarding disorder while also addressing the family, community, and public impacts of HD. During the… Read more »

Support Groups

There is a sense of community that exists in a well-run support group. It can mean finding others who know how you feel, or being seen as someone with a disorder rather than as the disorder itself. If you are reading this, you have likely been affected by OCD or a related disorder in some… Read more »

Living With Someone Who Has OCD. Guidelines for Family Members

Living With Someone Who Has OCD Guidelines for Family Members (From Learning to Live with OCD)By Barbara Van Noppen, Ph.D. and Michele Pato, MD          In an effort to strengthen relationships between individuals with OCD and their family

#GIVINGTUESDAY – Help support Pediatric OCD Programs TODAY

OCD begins in childhood. Despite this, it takes an average of 14–17 years between onset of symptoms and access to effective treatment due to stigma around mental health issues, and lack of awareness about available treatment options. We are working to change this, and you can help. You have no doubt heard the terms, “Black… Read more »