OCD-UK's Educational Webinar for Parents and Guardians

Here to support parents and guardians of children who suffer from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

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Our Parents Webinar's are freely available for parents and guardians of children who are between the ages of 5-18 (CAMHS ages) and suffer from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder


The National Lottery Community Fund has funded us to shape and deliver educational workshops across the East Midlands, specifically for parents and guardians of children who suffer from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. For more information on this project, click here www.ocduk.org/parents/

Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have been unable to deliver any of our full day workshops, and we are unable to book any future events for the time being. We are aware that these workshops are important to many families, therefore, we have put together a webinar. As the workshop is a full day of information, tips, guidance, support and interaction, you can probably imagine that it won’t be possible to deliver a webinar with the same structure as a full day workshop. However, what we have done is created a webinar with some of the key factors and top tips to keep parents and guardians feeling supported until we are able to open bookings and re-book the workshops. The webinar is approximately 90 minutes long and will cover the following topics;

  • What is OCD
  • Symptoms
  • Treatment
  • Reassurance Seeking & Accommodating OCD

Please note, there is a limit of one ticket per family, per webinar.

October 2020
November 2020
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How do I reserve a place on a webinar?

Our educational webinar's are free of charge, however we do require you to register in advance as spaces are limited to small groups per webinar. Please click the links on the calendar above to select your preferred webinar date and follow the 'register' button to reserve your place.

Please note, there is a limit of one ticket per family, per webinar.


About the Project Presenter - Zoe Wilson

Zoe is our project leader for the parents’ educational course and has a lived experience of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Zoe is passionate about this project due to her own experiences with the disorder and is ready to deliver webinar's designed to help families through a time which her and her family have been through themselves.

For further information please contact Zoe.
parents@ocduk.org

This project was made possible through funding by a grant from The National Lottery Community Fund.

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