This practical 4 sessions course on managing OCD, can be joined live or watched on-demand. It explains a research-based and holistic approach to better managing OCD symptoms.

Suitable for people of any age it will equip you with practical and research-based strategies.

  • Get an in-depth understanding of OCD
  • Insights into how lifestyle changes will help
  • Learn effective CBT strategies
  • A group of like-minded people (you are not alone in this!)
  • Guidance from an experienced Clinical Psychologist

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    ONLINE COURSE – LIVESTREAM

    FACILITATOR: Chantal Hofstee
    Clinical Psychologist

    Chantal

    Start date: Mon 29 Aug 2022
    Time: 6.30 – 7.30 pm
    Duration: 4 Monday evenings
    Location: live via Zoom
    Included resources: Session summaries and step-by-step CBT exercises

    ONLINE COURSE – ON-DEMAND

    FACILITATOR: Chantal Hofstee
    Clinical Psychologist

    Chantal

    Start date: Anytime (launch date end Sep ’22)
    Duration: four 1-hour videos
    Included resources: Session summaries and step-by-step CBT exercises

    Chantal

    CHANTAL HOFSTEE

    Clinical Psychologist, course/workshop facilitator and mother of 3 (neurodiverse) kids.

    OCD symptoms are relatively common but often misunderstood. They can cause a lot of distress if they go unrecognized and unmanaged but thankfully there are research-based strategies that help reduce and manage OCD symptoms. Here we focus on understanding how your brain works, how you can reduce stress and how you can break the OCD loops so you can gain control over your OCD. My goal is to empower people with research-based and practical strategies that are easily accessible.

    Chantal is a board-certified Clinical Psychologist and the author of the books Renew Your Mind, Reach Your Goals and the children’s book The Big Balloon. She works in private practice and sees children, young people, teenagers and adults and runs online courses focused on neuro research, psychology and CBT skills.

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