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A guide to help you find relief and happiness in spite of religious or moral OCD (scrupulosity OCD). Learn more about Annabella Hagen's book.
Imperfectly Good - Book by Annabella Hagen

Online LDS Faith and OCD Support Group

When: First Tuesday of every month from 6 to 7:30pm

Where: Zoom

Who: Adults who struggle with OCD and are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Fee: Free


This support group will provide opportunities for you to share your struggles and successes in your OCD journey as a member of the Church. During our time together, we will also address faith principles and teachings, and how those can strengthen your relationship with God despite OCD (any themes).

If you have a loved one who is struggling with OCD and you wish to attend this group, you are also welcome! If you wish to attend and/or invite a friend or relative who is LDS and is also suffering with OCD, please contact us so we can add you or them to the group email list. We will send a Zoom link the day before each meeting.

Participants don’t need to be current clients at Mindset Family Therapy.

Your faith and spirituality can be affected by OCD, and they are not the problem. OCD is a mental health condition, and how you respond to it can be the challenge. There are evidence-based treatment modalities that can help you start living with vitality and meaning.


You are not alone and there is always hope!

Online Scrupulosity OCD Education & Support Group

Date: Every 2nd and 4th TUESDAY of each month

Time: 6:00 - 7:30pm

Where: Zoom – An Online HIPAA compliant telehealth platform

Do you think you might have OCD, and does it seem to target your religion or moral values? Do you constantly revisit episodes in your past and worry you've done something wrong? Do you feel the need to confess repeatedly and often? Feel ashamed, guilty, or burdened by "bad thoughts" or worry you might be a bad person? If this sounds familiar, then this group is for you.

Everyone is welcome, and all types of OCD are addressed. But "scrupulosity" OCD is a common focus, with religion freely discussed. What is scrupulosity? Learn more here. In this group, you will learn that you're not alone in your struggles and will learn new tools to better handle them. This group, which is free to those struggling with scrupulosity OCD, is currently being offered online. Please contact us so we can send you the Zoom link.

Contact Us

3355 North University Avenue, Suite 100
Hartford Building at Jamestown Square
Provo, UT 84604

hope@mindsetfamilytherapy.com

(801) 427-1054

A guide to help you find relief and happiness in spite of religious or moral OCD (scrupulosity OCD). Learn more about Annabella Hagen's book.
Imperfectly Good - Book by Annabella Hagen

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