First published by OCD-UK in 2018, we’re reprinting this article in memory of Bellsie (Lottie)‘s mum who sadly passed away this week, and in Lottie’s own words, was forever grateful to OCD-UK.
Having OCD is difficult to live with whilst working at recovery. This section has lots of information, advice and features to help during this time.
Due to the pandemic, in 2020 and 2021 we checked into our virtual hotel to host our annual conference where we flew the flag for recovery. Those presentations are available to access completely free of charge.
When people in England seek OCD treatment they are usually referred to their Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service.
Children and young people can also suffer from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
This section will be updated with information, advice and features for children and young people (up to age 18).
OCD impacts on the lives of the whole family, especially those that love and care for people with OCD.
This section will be updated with lots of information, advice and features to help families understand and cope better with their loved one’s OCD.
We now have guaranteed places in the RideLondon-Essex 100 festival of cycling taking place on Sunday 29th May.
Be quick, you only have until 29th April 2022 to register your place!