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Improv for Anxiety (*co-hosted by OCD WA and CSz Seattle)

This introductory workshop focused on the benefits of Improv for Anxiety. At this event, attendees are invited to play games with experienced improvisers who will illustrate how improv can be fun and how it can help individuals manage their anxiety better. Individuals with OCD and related illnesses, their loved ones and professional members of our… Read more »

OCD Seattle Monthly Meeting

Hosted by: OCD Seattle Date: December 15th, 2018 Time: 10AM – 12 PM, PST Location: Swedish Orthopedic Institute, 601 Broadway, Seattle OCD Seattle is a free adult, drop-in group providing information, education and support to individuals affected by Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Hoarding Disorder and/or related conditions. It meets on the third Saturday of each month. MONTHLY MEETING:… Read more »

Improv for OCD Workshop (Seattle, WA)

Hosted by: WAMFT Date: Saturday, October 13 Time: 10:30am PST Location: Atlas Theatre, Home of ComedySportz, 3509 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 You and your family and friends are invited. Age requirements are 13+ unless by special arrangement. Also feel free to ask any questions. From our 30+ attendees last year, the most common feedback… Read more »

St. James Cathedral’s Annual Mental Health and Wellness Fair (Seattle, WA)

Hosted By: St. James Cathedral Date: 10/07/2018 Time: 11am-2pm PST Location: 804 9th Ave Seattle, WA 98104 St. James Cathedral’s Mental Health & Wellness Ministry seeks to educate, support and empower those who experience various mental and physical illnesses or who are caregivers for loved ones who live with these challenges. The Mental Health &… Read more »

Hoarding Disorder Workshop Hosted by OCD Seattle

Hosted by: Seattle OCD & Hoarding Support Group SATURDAY May 19th from 10 AM – 1 PM Lunch Provided Please reserve your space at the workshop to ensure accurate count for lunch and material by emailing: “Hoarding Disorder Workshop” TOPICS: What is Hoarding Disorder? How is it diagnosed and treated? What can families/loved ones do to help?… Read more »