Chan Centre Connects

A Little OCD? Understanding Compulsions and Intrusive Thoughts

Free
Wed November 09 2016 6pm
Creekside Community Centre

This event is FREE and open to the public. Space is limited and first come, first served.

The Chan Centre partners with UBC’s Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies and AnxietyBC for a candid, informative panel discussion about obsessive compulsive disorder featuring writer and slam poet Brendan McLeod; co-founder of OCDbc Lynn Furlotte and her daughter Leah John; and registered psychologists  Dr. Melisa Robichaud and Dr. Juliana Negreiros. The event will be moderated by AnxietyBC’s Dr. Melanie Badali who works as a clinician, researcher, and instructor in the field of psychology.

Come discover everything you’ve ever wanted to know about obsessive compulsive disorder but were afraid to ask!

Creekside Community Centre
Olympic Village
1 Athletes Way, Vancouver
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Chan Centre Connects is a series of ancillary events programmed in conjunction with Chan Centre performances, exploring the role of arts and artists in society. This event is presented in advance of Brendan McLeod’s monologue Brain.

 

Refreshments at 5:30pm, Discussion at 6:00pm.

Free
Wed November 9 2016 6pm
Creekside Community Centre

This event is FREE and open to the public. Space is limited and first come, first served.

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