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Friday, July 18 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Relapse: Making Sure it Doesn't Happen to You. A Panel Discussion for Young Adults

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Although relapse is a major concern in the OCD community, it is not inevitable. The audience will gain valuable information on how to prevent relapse and keep their OCD under control. Young adult panelists will share relapse- prevention techniques, as well as what to expect after treatment ends. We will touch upon the importance of using the tools learned in treatment to prevent relapse. Attendees will break into small groups to discuss relapse, actions they can take when faced with OCD challenges, and a transition plan of their goals as they shift their focus from OCD to the future. 


Speakers
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Matthew Codde, MSW

OCD Victory
Matt Codde started experiencing OCD symptoms at the age of 11. Throughout his life he has struggled with different types of obsessions. He received treatment at The Gateway Institute is Orange County, Ca. He completed his treatment, graduated with a Masters of Social Work, and now works as therapist in Orange County. In his spare time he enjoys biking, hiking, beach volleyball, fishing, and variety of other outdoor activities. He... Read More →
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Elizabeth McIngvale-Cegelski

Faculty, Baylor University
Elizabeth McIngvale-Cegelski, Ph.D., LMSW is the founder of the Peace of Mind foundation, a non-profit foundation dedicated to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. After her diagnosis at the age of 12 and treatment which included both inpatient and outpatient therapy, Elizabeth has made it her life mission to make a differents in those living with OCD. She is a national spokesperson for the IOCDF. Elizabeth is on the faculty of the Diana Garland... Read More →
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Riley Sisson

Undergraduate Student, Student Assistant Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery, Kennesaw State University, Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery (CYAAR)
I am an undergraduate student at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, GA. I am working part-time as a student assistant for the Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery on the KSU campus. I am graduating with my B.A. in Psychology, Minor in Spanish on May 14th, 2014. I have accepted my invitation to study in the Master of Social Work program at Kennesaw State University beginning in August. | I am currently a research... Read More →
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Adira Weixlmann

Adira led a relatively regular high school life -- playing varsity sports, excelling in the classroom, and enjoying time with friends and family. However, following her junior year of high school she was diagnosed with OCD. After receiving intensive local treatment in St. Louis, she decided to attend the OCD Institute's residential treatment program at McLean Hospital in Fall 2008 and again in Summer 2009, becoming much less severely impacted... Read More →


Friday July 18, 2014 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Constellation II, Plaza Level

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