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What family and friends can do to help a loved one with OCD
Dr Lynne Drummond, Consultant Psychiatrist.
This presentation will examine what family members and carers can do to help someone with OCD. (Pre-recorded presentation).
Lynne M Drummond continues to work on several international projects aimed at increasing awareness and understanding of OCD. She was a Consultant Psychiatrist with South West London and St George’s NHS Mental Health Trust from 1985-2020 and lead clinician for the nationally commissioned service for severe, enduring obsessive-compulsive and body dysmorphic disorders (OCD/BDD). Currently she is concentrating on writing, research and working with public bodies to improve access to treatment.
Specialising particularly in CBT, she has published widely in the fields of CBT; OCD; anxiety disorders; communication skills; learning and acquisition of skills as well as exercise and mental health and is the author of 3 best-selling books on CBT and OCD.
Having been passionate about public education about mental health in general and OCD in particular, Dr. Drummond has worked extensively with the media to produce information for a lay audience. Over the years she has written and been interviewed for countless articles in magazines and newspapers; numerous radio interviews and television programmes.
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