Beyond Handwashing: Recognizing OCD Subtypes

Dr. Alina Khomenko is talking about OCD tomorrow at Georgetown Behavioral Health Institute. Join us to learn more about the different faces of OCD.  In addition to the more easily recognizable subtypes of OCD, such as contamination OCD, Dr. Khomenko will also be discussing pedophile OCD, sexual orientation OCD, harm OCD, and scrupulosity. We hope … Read more

Austin OCD Event

With OCD Awareness Week approaching, we are thrilled to announce a special showing of UNSTUCK and The Noise in Your Head. Following the show, we will host a Q&A where we will be answering all of your OCD related questions. Mark your calendars for the week of October 9th and join us as we spread … Read more

2017 Back To School Anxiety Workshop

Once again summer has flown by and the first day of school is just around the corner. The transition back to school is stressful for many children (and parents too!); however, it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Be proactive this year and equip your child with practical strategies to manage anxiety before it begins to interfere. RESERVE … Read more

1 Million Steps 4 OCD Walk

1 Million Steps 4 OCD Walk Did you know that 1 in 100 adults and up to 1 in 200 children have obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)? OCD can be a debilitating disorder; however, it is very treatable. Unfortunately, it takes many people suffering with OCD 14-17 years from initial symptom onset to access effective treatment. In … Read more