OCD & Anxiety Support

Hong Kong

Meetings

OCD and Anxiety Support Group Meeting

2017

Saturday 21st January

 

Saturday 25th February

 

Saturday 25th March 


Saturday 22nd April

 

Saturday 20th May


Saturday 24th June



Our meetings take place from 2:30pm – 4:15pm at:

The Jadis Blurton Development Centre

19th Floor, Kennedy Town Centre

23 Belcher's Street

Kennedy Town, Hong Kong

Tel: +852 2869 1962

Fax: +852 2869 7770

info@blurton-fdc.com


http://www.blurton-fdc.com

          

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Support Group Meetings

The support group was set up to provide sufferers with a platform where they can voice and share their fears, worries and anxiety in a safe, non-judgemental and confidential environment. Feelings of depression, isolation, helplessness and loneliness are associated with these disorders and people often suffer in silence because of the huge stigma associated with mental health in Asia. The formation of the group has created a community of individuals suffering from OCD and AD who encourage, support and assist each other with the challenges that they face and continuously embrace new members to share and learn from. The group is structured to include discussions, reflections and opportunities to learn and practice different proven methods to reduce anxiety as a group.  It is not compulsory for one to share at meetings if they do not feel comfortable. There is no fee to attend, however contributions are appreciated to cover the cost of running the group.

The support group is open to adults who struggle with intrusive thoughts, constant worries and who feel stuck in negative patterns of thinking.  It is also open to parents who would like help to support their teenagers or children who have OCD or AD.  


Please note that the OCD and Anxiety support group does not counsel or diagnose mental health disorders. It offers support in terms of sharing experiences, listening, providing psychoeducation and learning and applying a range of coping skills.