2022 Virtual OCD-UK Conference - Welcome to Hotel OCD-UK, flying the flag for recovery!
OCD Poetry Workshop
Georgia Lock, poet and actor.
Paula Duncan, from OCD-UK.
Georgia Lock, an inspirational and gifted poet and actor, is returning to our conference this year with another poetry workshop. Whether you yourself have lived experience of OCD, or you have a loved one who has, this workshop will give you the opportunity to express your experiences and feelings through poetry. You don’t need to be experienced in poetry or creative writing to join this workshop, we welcome anyone who would like to give it a try (ages 18+).
You will need: Any form of creative media for writing and taking notes (paper and pens/pencils/iPad/PC).
Georgia Lock is an actor, presenter and now published poet, perhaps well known for her role as Sadie in the children's CBBC comedy-drama Sadie J and as a presenter on the CBBC magazine show, Friday Download. She also played the role of Bella Crossley in The Evermoor Chronicles.
Most recently Georgia appeared in the British film Me, Myself and Di which was released earlier this month.
in 2020 Georgia published her first poetry collection in her book, With Every Wave. Most recently Georgia is currently working on an animation, which she can’t wait to share with you all in due course.
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