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We are a professionally assisted OCD support group organized and moderated by two prominent mental health professionals.  We meet once a month at First Church Congregational, United Church of Christ in Fairfield, CT.

Our mission is to provide an informative group forum which can provide a supportive, informal, empathetic environment for people coping with OCD.

Our group consists of individuals who are OCD sufferers.  Usually, these individuals have recovered from their OCD and are presently managing their symptoms.  In addition, family members and friends of those who are suffering from OCD are also welcome to participate.  In our meetings, we discuss specific topics, such as medication, symptoms, cognitive behavior therapy, etc.  The goal of our support group is informational, not therapeutic.

Click here to read about how our group became a success story. Article

We welcome you to join us!

Dr. Christina Taylor & Dr. Diane Sholomskas Our group's co-moderators, Dr. Christina Taylor (left) and Dr. Diane Sholomskas (right) spoke about cognitive behavioral therapy for OCD at the Connecticut Psychological Association conference on October 28, 2016.


OCD WalkMark your calendars and join us on Saturday, June 3, 2017, for the 1 Million Steps 4 OCD Walk. The International OCD Foundation will be hosting its 5th annual flagship Walk in Boston. Together with members of the OCD community — including individuals with OCD, mental health professionals, friends, family members, coworkers & children — we will walk to help us raise awareness for OCD and related disorders. Registration is now open!

Let’s see how many million steps we can collectively take for OCD if we all work together! 1 in 100 people in the US are living with OCD. And many of those people don’t have access to effective treatment. Help us change that. Take a step and be part of #1million4OCD.

For more details, click here to go to the International OCD Foundation’s Walk registration web page.


For safety reasons, during our meetings doors will be closed and locked at 8:00 pm. We will not allow anyone in after 8:00 pm. Thank you for your cooperation.


The OCD WorkbookThe OCD Workbook has become among the most trusted and recommended OCD resources available. It has provided help and hope to people with the disorder, and therapists have come to regard the book as a useful adjunct to their private practices. The latest edition includes new findings on the cause of OCD, including genetic research. It offers information on treatment options including new medications, cognitive-behavior therapy, and a whole new chapter on day-to day coping strategies for people with OCD. It is available on


OCD: A Workbook for Clinicians, Children and Teens; Actions to Beat, Control & Defeat Obsessive Compulsive DisorderOur support group's co-moderator, Dr. Christina Taylor, announces the release of her new book, "OCD: A Workbook for Clinicians, Children and Teens; Actions to Beat, Control & Defeat Obsessive Compulsive Disorder". It is available on and


If you are seeking information about OCD treatment, please directly contact one of our group moderators, Dr. Diane E. Sholomskas or Dr. Christina J. Taylor. They will be happy to help you.

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