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Sarah K. Chorley, MA

University of Colorado
Doctoral Candidate/ Graduate Instructor
Boulder, CO
Sarah K. Chorley is a doctoral candidate and instructor at the University of Colorado studying organizational communication; specifically, the intersections among disability and organizing. Sarah's current research examines the communicative construction and negotiation of obsessive-compulsive disorder in the workplace in order to create a career counseling program for adults in intensive OCD treatment. This past May, she was the recipient of the University of Colorado Communication Department's "Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award," in part due to her creative work with students with disabilities. Keep an eye out for her most recent publication entitled "Norwegian Magic: Finding Help and Healing for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder from an Innovative Approach," coming out later this year exploring a new, four-day intensive treatment program for OCD.

At the 2017 IOCDF conference, she is speaking on a panel called "Navigating College with OCD: How to Find Success" on Friday, July 7, at 9:45 a.m. Come check it out!

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