Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

The Help with OCD in a Peer-led Environment (HOPE) groups are facilitated by mental health peer workers, they run for two hours and they include a group check-in as well as discussion/activity time to explore different aspects of mental well-being.

The groups are designed to be attended alongside the assistance of a mental health practitioner (psychologist, psychiatrist or counsellor) or as a means to maintain a level of recovery after treatment has occurred.

The groups are a safe space for people to connect with others who have experienced similar mental health conditions and to share their own strategies, triumphs and difficulties with one another. The group facilitators contribute information, education and brief strategies to help with the understanding and management of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. At a participant’s first group session they will receive a HOPE workbook that contains helpful information and activities for mental-wellbeing.

If you would like to attend one of the PACE OCD support groups, please complete a referral form or contact us below.

Held fortnightly;

  • Thursdays – Face to face (Central location) – 6:15pm –8pm
  • Thursdays – Zoom (online) – 10am – 12noon

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    To register for one of PACE's services, please complete an online referral form or download the PACE referral form.

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