Licensed Therapist, LPC
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As a therapist, I'm laid-back and very supportive. I have OCD myself, so that helps me pace therapy and adjust it to each individual. We're not throwing anybody into the deep end. We're going to take things slow and in manageable steps. When I'm not doing therapy, I love to do anything creative, like writing and reading. I'm particularly interested in the Bigfoot legend. I also love to make memes; I can make a meme for anything.
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Stacy Quick • 15 days
This is a reminder that NOCD regularly is publishing people's experiences with OCD and treatment, etc. Please check it out! These stories are amazing and truly inspirational. They are real people who have experienced this debilitating illness in many themes and forms and who have bravely told their experiences. Also if you are interested in being part of this, you can submit your own journey! https://www.treatmyocd.com/my-ocd-journeyGo to post
Stacy Quick • about 2 months
Don't forget to check out the My Journey page and read all about other people who have experienced OCD- you can also share yours!https://www.treatmyocd.com/my-ocd-journeyGo to post
Stacy Quick • 2 months
Are you wanting to help others by sharing your journey with OCD? The goal of the “My OCD Journey” project is to have individuals share their experience living with OCD in order to help others who have OCD intrusive thoughts understand what they’re going through. By finding the story of someone else, people can understand that they aren't alone and realize there is hope for getting better. People with OCD often feel they are the “only one” who has their intrusive thoughts. They also search compulsively to determine if their thoughts are reality. When someone with OCD finds someone else with similar thoughts they can put a word to what’s going on, and find hope by realizing there is a next step they can take to get better. Just click on the link below and submit your name and email and I will be in contact with you! I look forward to hearing from you. You can be in any stage of treatment or even not have had treatment through NOCD to share your journey. https://www.treatmyocd.com/my-ocd-journey/submitGo to post
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