We hope you can join us on Saturday, October 13, 2018, at 1030 am for a free one hour workshop focused on the benefits of Improv for Anxiety. This event is co-hosted by OCD Washington and CSz Seattle, the folks who perform ComedySportz, and will be held in the performance space at the Atlas Theater.
At this event, attendees are invited to play games with experienced improvisers who will illustrate how improv can be fun and how it can help individuals manage their anxiety better. Individuals with OCD and related illnesses, their loved ones and professional members of our community are all welcome to the Improv for Anxiety event and its FREE!
CSz Seattle is located in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle at:
3509 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
To attend this event please rsvp at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please feel free to call us with any questions, (425) 243-4794
Camp DCO is a 3-day overnight camp for adults and teens with OCD. The camp started in 2008 with the idea that individuals with OCD could benefit from shared experience alongside others who live with OCD. The purpose of the program remains the same today, as we strive to create a safe environment whereby participants can share, learn, and understand themselves through this unique opportunity. Learn more at teenocdcamp.com.
IMG_7263 – To download original version of group photo.
IOCDF is now accepting scholarship applications for the 25th Annual OCD Conference in Washington, D.C. from July 27-29, 2018. For information about scholarships, click here.
It’s that time of year again! The 2nd annual 1 Million Steps for OCD walk in Seattle is this June 9, 2018 at 10:00 am. We will be meeting by the Seattle Public Theater at 7312 West Green Lake Dr N, Seattle, WA 98103 and walking around Greenlake.
It’s free! It’s fun! We’ll have snacks, water and coffee! After the walk, the walk organizers will sit in the park and have lunch together. You are invited to pack a lunch and join us. We will have coolers at the sign up booth where you can leave your lunch during the walk if you wish.
You can start your own team or join one that already exists and don’t forget, you don’t have to donate money to sign up for the walk.
For information about the history of the walk, click here.
We hope to see you there!
Shereen Morse, MD, MPH
OCD Washington President and Cofounder
SATURDAY May 19th OPEN TO ALL FREE
10 AM – 1 PM
“Hoarding Disorder Workshop”
What is Hoarding Disorder?
What are the treatment options?
What can families/loved ones do to help?
Please RSVP by Friday, May 11th
(for an accurate head count for lunch & materials)
601 Broadway, Swedish Orthopedic Institute (SOI), First Hill Campus
Travis L. Osborne, Ph.D is the Director of The Anxiety Center at the Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle (EBTCS). Dr. Osborne treats the full range of anxiety and related disorders, with particular interest in the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and hoarding disorder.
Jackie Randall, Psy.D is a Staff Psychologist a the Anxiety Center at the Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle (EBTCS)
Sponsored by the Seattle OCD & Hoarding Support Group
Message Line: 206.781.5614
An OCD Seattle Event for Mental Health Month
Seattle Screening of “UNSTUCK”: an OCD kids movie
A Movie for All Ages. Free, Open to all
Sat, May 19 at 10:00 am – 12:00 pm PDT
Glaser Auditorium, Swedish Medical Center747 Broadway
Seattle, 98122 United States + Google Map
Join us for a free community, family-friendly screening and discussion of UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie followed by discussion groups for children, parents, teens and adults with professionals specializing in the treatment of OCD.
There is a lot of confusion about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). To uncover what OCD is, and what it isn’t, UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie focuses on an unlikely group of experts: Kids.
By documenting six unique OCD stories, UNSTUCK reveals the complexity of this mental health disorder, and allows kids and teens to explain how they faced their fears and regained control of their lives.
You will be amazed what kids can teach you about OCD.
For the trailer and more information on the movie, visit https://www.ocdkidsmovie.com/
Refreshments on us!
Sponsored by the Seattle OCD Support Group
Message Line: 206.781.5614