Welcome to the OCD-UK Parents Education Project (PEP Talk)

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Project Coronavirus Update

East Midlands Full Day Workshops
We have made the decision to temporarily close bookings for our parent/guardian full day workshops. Due to the uncertainty that COVID-19 has faced us with, we are closing the bookings until further notice. We will be sure to let you know once the bookings are open again, which we hope to resume sometime in 2021.

Online Webinars - Now open to all parents/guardians in the UK
In the meantime, if you are a parent or guardian of a child suffering from OCD (between the ages of 5-18) we are offering free 90-minute parent/guardian online webinars until we are able to go ahead and deliver our full day workshops again! Please visit here to find out more or to book onto one of the webinars: https://www.ocduk.org/parents-webinar/

The Parents Education Project is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund for parents of children with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.


We are offering parents the opportunity to attend a FREE full day workshop to help them understand OCD in an informative education programme whilst waiting for treatment to begin. The workshop will include education on the following:

  • What is OCD
  • How OCD is treated
  • Pathways to access treatment
  • What parents can do to help

The delivering of this course will send parents away better educated, informed and empowered to understand their child's OCD.

The project is funded for parents with children aged 5-18 (CAMHS age) suffering from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Check the map opposite or display the calendar to see when and where courses will take place. We will be adding more locations across the East Midlands throughout 2020 and 2021.

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We plan at least eight events in 2020 and a further eight in 2021. So please keep revisiting this page for updates of further locations and course dates.
Next Upcoming Event
18 May 2021
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How do I reserve a place on a course?

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


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 workshops 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

Educational Workshop FAQ's

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

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