Getting Through It Together: Parent OCD Support Group
Do You Want More Support as a Parent of Someone with OCD?
Do You Want to Talk to Other Parents About Your Experiences?
Do You Want Help to Reduce the Negative Impact OCD Can Have on Your Family?
At Palo Alto Therapy, we are committed to giving you the tools to help your family live a healthier and more peaceful life!
Join Our Parent OCD Support Group!
General Information and Overview
Our Getting Through It Together Parent OCD Support Group connects parents of children of all ages with OCD who are struggling with similar situations. This group allows for open sharing of struggles and successes and to gain encouragement, empathy, and understanding from those who know the common struggles with OCD intimately. There will be a focus on discussing “what’s working”, solid OCD knowledge, as well as encouragement (not shaming) of treatment strategies, such as reducing “accommodations” and the harmful effects OCD can have on the family. The support and information provided will be tailored to the needs of the group.
Living with someone with OCD can be extremely challenging, so we created this group to help provide strength and community for you!
Please be advised that this is a support group and is not therapy. Depending on what problems arise, therapy may be recommended. If this is needed, Palo Alto Therapy would be happy to explore this option with you or give referrals as appropriate.
Dates & Time
The last Saturday of every month from 10:30am to 12:00pm.
Remote class via video conferencing.
$45 per person per group meeting. We require a minimum of 4 participants with a maximum of 10. Fees are non-refundable within 48 hours of each group meeting. A credit card will be required to hold enrollment and will be charged after each meeting.
We require 48 hours notice if you are unable to attend the support group meeting. If the group is cancelled, you will not be responsible for payment and you will be notified of the cancellation.
Contact us at 650-461-9026 or email@example.com for more information!
Is a Support Group Appropriate for Me?
These Questions May Help…
Do you feel alone or that nobody understands what you’re going through?
Are you wanting to build relationships with other parents who are going through similar struggles?
Do you want to learn other parents’ tips and tricks that are working?