In episode 72 I interview Olivia Bamber from the charity OCD Action. Olivia is the media and communications officer for the charity.
I had a good chat with Olivia. She shared her OCD story, and her experiences on the BBC documentary Extreme OCD Camp. We discussed the importance of putting effort into therapy, the services the charity offers: phone/email support, the buddy program etc. Olivia talked about fundraising for the charity and not letting OCD hold you back. Hope it helps!
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Olivia’s OCD story (0:18)
Olivia’s experience on the documentary Extreme OCD Camp (4:00)
About OCD Action (6:45)
OCD Youth initiative (9:45)
OCD Action conference (11:40)
How you can get involved in the charity (12:00)
Olivia’s one piece of advice (14:50)
Olivia’s advice for living an amazing life (16:20)
Olivia’s billboard (18:00)
Find out more about OCD Action:
OCD screening test (not scientific, but an indication): OCDAction.org.uk/do-i-have-ocd
The OCD Stories book >>
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To your success,
Stuart and The OCD Stories team
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