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Young Peoples OCD guide

Our young people's booklet and is aimed at older children, through to teens.

Parents of children with OCD, along with health professionals and support workers are unanimous in their praise of our fantastic series of information guides for children, young people and parents.

Our young people's booklet and is aimed at older children, through to people in their late teens and is created to try and explain in basic terms what Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and includes case studies by Jo, Joe and Sarah. It is printed in small DL Size, with a view to allowing young people to be descreet and slip the booklet into trouser pockets easily. It is 16 pages, and full colour.

You can download and save a PDF copy of our superb booklet by clicking on the link below, or you can view online using the eFlip option.

Download the young peoples OCD guide (PDF 1.54 MB) | Open an eFlip version of the OCD information guide

Or to receive a printed copy direct to your door you can order a copy for a small charge by visiting our online eShop. If you're a health professional or teacher requiring multiple copies of this book, we are happy to provide free of charge, other than a small charge to cover postage/courier costs - please contact us for a quote.



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