2022 Virtual OCD-UK Conference - Welcome to Hotel OCD-UK, flying the flag for recovery!
Religious Scrupulosity is an OCD Issue, not a Faith Issue
OCD loves to latch onto the things most significant to sufferers to get them to pay attention. For many, this relates to their religious or spiritual beliefs. Despite how convincing OCD might seem, OCD is not a faith issue. Whether OCD is manifesting in ways that relate to Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and beyond…or your worldview of atheism, agnosticism, or humanism…treatment remains the same. This presentation will focus on the ways that religious scrupulosity manifests in different faith communities, as well as those not involved in communities of faith while reminding us that the evidence-based treatments remain the same regardless of your belief system. It will also share the personal experiences of a faith leader navigating OCD while seeking to share the message that faith and mental health do not have to be mutually exclusive.
Katie will also be involved in co-hosting a support group Thursday 1st December at 7pm. Click here to register for the support group.
This webinar presentation will be recorded and made available within 2-3 weeks post conference.
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The OCD-UK Diversity and Inclusion Charter
Irrespective of disability, gender, country of origin, race, religion or sexual orientation, everybody is welcomed and respected equally when using, attending and contributing to the OCD-UK online conference and support groups.