Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is the third most common mental health conditions among Singaporeans.
This disorder forces a person to perform repetitive physical or mental activities in order to feel “safer”. These uncontrollable behaviours can seriously impact a person’s life, affecting areas such as work and family, and can worsen over time.
The recent COVID-19 Pandemic has caused more fear and uncertainty to everyone including individuals suffering from OCD. Due to the escalating fears and uncertainty, Individuals living with OCD struggles to seek safety and reassurance during this period.
Come learn out more about OCD during the COVID-19 pandemic and how you or your loved ones can seek professional help.
In this seminar, participants will learn about:
- What is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- The signs and symptoms of OCD during COVID-19
- How do we cope with OCD during COVID-19
- How can counselling help you and your loved ones
- How to seek professional help
This webinar is suited for the general public with no knowledge of psychology or mental health. We welcome any professionals or students in this field to come forward and share their knowledge.
Date: 12 July 2020 (Sunday)
Time: 4pm to 5pm
Facilitator: Mr Tan Wei Jie
Venue: Zoom! (A link will be provided to you upon sign-up confirmation)
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