Friday, July 7 • 8:00am - 9:30am
Our Core Beliefs (OCB): Promoting Hope and Health in Living with OCD

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We offer this presentation with intention of creating Hope for those struggling to understand OCD. Presenters have dealt with OCD for most of their lives and have learned to manage their anxiety, obsessions and compulsions by developing healthy coping skills and beliefs. The resulting relationship to OCD is positive and manageable. The first half of this presentation will focus on these acquired proficiencies to reframe audience member's connection to their obsessive-compulsive disorder, and the latter portion will be Q&A for insight into specific topics. We hope you will attend.


Bryan B

OCD symptoms began for Bryan at the age of 10 and continued through his young adulthood. Not knowing OCD had a name until the age of 18, Bryan set out to explore and understand OCD throughout college and his early twenties. Having experienced group and individual therapies... Read More →
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Adira Weixlmann, BFA

Adira led a regular high school life playing varsity sports, excelling in the classroom, and enjoying time with friends and family. However, following her junior year of high school she was diagnosed with OCD. After receiving intensive local treatment in St. Louis, she decided... Read More →

Friday July 7, 2017 8:00am - 9:30am
Nob Hill B-D

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