In this episode, I talk with Kim Vincenty, a mom, wife, advocate, speaker, and support group facilitator who has spent the past 10 years fostering community and helping families find the best resources for mental health education, intervention, and recovery. In this episode, we discuss..
– her story of learning that her child had OCD and her experience in getting him the right treatment
– what she had to learn in order to support her child with OCD while not accommodating his symptoms
– the issues family members and caregivers face when their loved one with OCD does not want or is not ready for treatment
– JACK, a non-profit that Kim launched, to expand her reach and continue to be a resource to sufferers and families across the nation
You can learn more about Kim and her mission and work below:
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