The recent news about the outbreak of COVID-19, more commonly known as Coronavirus, has created panic, uncertainty and tragedy across the world. While this is a scary and uncertain time for everyone, it could be particularly challenging for people with pre-existing mental health conditions, in particular OCD, as there are constant triggers and reminders from all media platforms to carry out behaviours to keep ourselves and others safe.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a fundamental impact on individuals and organisations all over the world.
We have seen a huge increase in demand for our services over the last three months, and have worked hard to increase the frequency of our services to ensure we can support as many of you as possible through this incredibly challenging time.
Our National Conference is only 2 weeks away, and tickets for the event are selling fast!
The OCD Stories podcast is a weekly podcast that sheds a light on OCD recovery. In this episode, host Stuart Ralph interviewed 5 staff members and volunteers from OCD Action, about how OCD has affected them at work. The interviewees discussed:
- How to talk about your OCD at work
- The importance of self-care
- Employment rights for those struggling with OCD
Disclosing OCD at work