SUPPORT FOR FAMILY & CARERS
Caring for someone with OCD is tough
We offer proven, effective advice and support to carers, parents and partners who are likely to feel helpless and unable to cope. OCD is a condition which can involve carers to a large extent and create a complicated system of inter-dependence. Informing and advising carers can be a significant part of the process of recovery for all involved.
HOW ARE YOU COPING?
There are so many issues that a carer, partner or parent faces everyday as a result of supporting someone with OCD.
We try to make that role a little easier and clearer.
We can offer short or long term support if you are dealing with any of the following:
Do you need to know more about OCD?
Are you researching treatment options for someone else?
Are you unsure if it is OCD or not?
Are you dealing with denial or resistance to therapy?
Is your relationship or family suffering as a result of OCD?
Is your life suffering as a result of OCD?
CARERS' OR PARENTS' WORKSHOP
if you are a carer or parent of someone with OCD you will know how hard it is to cope and remain patient and supportive. Wouldn't it be helpful to speak to others, to realise you aren't alone and to get some peer and professional support? Join one of our regular parents' or carers' workshops.
For parents or carers of our recent intensive clients, workshops are free of charge. Please contact us for a coupon before booking.
Download our 'all you need to know' presentation for parents dealing with OCD. Full of information and a basic guide to the coping skills required for families dealing with OCD.