Sutton OCD support group

A friendly and supportive peer-led group for people to speak about their experiences of living with OCD.

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a common mental health condition where a person has obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours. OCD affects around three quarters of a million people in the UK. Living with OCD can be difficult, in addition to seeking medical help, you might find it beneficial to attend a local support group to connect with other people living with OCD.

Sutton OCD support group offers a friendly, non-judgemental place for people to speak about their experiences of living with OCD. We aim to give people space to share how OCD is impacting on their lives and to promote the belief that recovery is possible, and to help people work towards their recovery.

We do not offer specific therapies or professional guidance, but instead, we provide an opportunity to share ideas and strategies, to provide mutual support, to share experiences and to offer advice about accessing local treatment services.

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The group is open to anyone affected by OCD, over the age of 18 - sufferers, family members, partners, friends, all are welcome. You do not need a referral to come to the group, if you would like more information contact Ovie on ovie.oboh@smhf.org.uk or 020 8770 0172.

The Sutton OCD support group  meets in-person on the last Thursday of each month, 3pm to 4:30pm at the Belmont Connect. Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions advanced booking is required, unfortunately you cannot just turn up.

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