Obsessive Compulsive Anonymous in Ontario
posted on August 15, 2017
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder is a disorder where one experiences a mix of obsessive and compulsive thoughts and/or behaviours. Most of the time, acting out on compulsions eases the anxiety of obsessive thoughts.
According to the Canadian Psychological Association, “Approximately 1% to 2% of the Canadian population will have an episode of OCD, with the possibility that slightly more women experience the disorder than men.”
OCD can get lonely because not many people understand. That’s why there are support groups, like Obsessive Compulsive Anonymous.
“Obsessive Compulsive Anonymous is a self-help group that meets together weekly to support each other in recovering from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. The group has a spiritual focus and is based on the 12 step program.”
There are three locations on Ontario: Guelph, Hamilton, Toronto
Where: Homewood Health Centre – 150 Delhi St., N1E 6K9
Room: MacKinnon Group Room E
When: Saturdays, 12 PM-1PM
Contact: 519 265 8687, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact for meeting dates and times
Contact: 905-745-3533, email@example.com
Where: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health – 150 College Street, M5S 3E2
When: 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month, 7PM – 8:30
Contacts: Jennifer – 416-389-5289, firstname.lastname@example.org; Marilyn – email@example.com; Joe – 905-683-9914, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Online Stress Management Workshop
According to Statistics Canada, "In 2014, 23.0% of Canadians aged 15 and older (6.7 million people) reported that most days were ‘quite a bit’ or ‘extremely stressful’" This online workshop includes information about stress, how it affects you and how to manage it. It also has self-evaluation activities. Click here to access the workshop.