Psycho-education about OCD:


Anxiety Canada provides evidence-based information and resources about OCD: https://anxietycanada.com/site-search/?fwp_keywords=resource+ocd

The Peace of Mind organization offers information and free webinars about OCD for families, mental health professionals, and educators: https://peaceofmind.com/what-we-do/ocdwebinars/


For children and youth with OCD:


This animation provides psycho-education about OCD to children and youth: https://www.jumohealth.com/comics/understanding-ocd/share?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Understanding%20OCD&utm_campaign=Weekly-01-08-19

Another animation on OCD:


Unstuck is a short movie about OCD from children’s perspectives: https://www.ocdkidsmovie.com


This link contains websites & books on OCD for children and youth:https://kids.iocdf.org

My ANXIETY plan is an online resource where children and youth can develop a plan to fight their OCD: https://maps.anxietycanada.com/

For young adults and families:


This is a CBC radio show that discusses experiences of people with OCD, including the host's struggle with OCD: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/nowornever/living-with-obsessive-compulsive-disorder-1.4139698/cbc-radio-host-reveals-his-personal-struggle-with-ocd-1.414367

OCD in schools:


This handout describes how OCD is related to schooling and provides suggestions on how to address concerns related to OCD symptoms in school settings:



This website provides suggestions for educators to develop an Individual Education Plan (IEP) goals and accommodations for students with different anxiety and/or OCD symptoms: https://anxietyintheclassroom.org

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