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Friday, July 18 • 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Multicultural Stigma and OCD Support Group

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This a support group for those who may not get support or help from family and friends due to multicultural differences or cultural stigma. Examples may range anywhere from not being able to talk about the disorder, fighting about it, not being able to tell family you have OCD, or being classified as
just “crazy.” This may be due to lack of knowledge, awareness, shame, cultural morals and upbringing, restrictions, etc. This group will be an open forum for those who would like to share their stories and know that they are not alone in this situation. Together, we can help each other find resources to help reverse lack of awareness, understanding, shame, and stigma. 


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Charlene Salvador

Charlene Salvador has been a member of the IOCDF for almost 15 years but is not a social worker, a research scientist, or a psychiatrist.  She is an advertising professional who was diagnosed with OCD almost 20 years ago.  Charlene has been living with OCD and its demons but has fought it with effective treatment.  She has succeeded in treatment with medication, outpatient therapy at Mount Sinai Medical Center in NYC... Read More →


Friday July 18, 2014 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Encino, California Level

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