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The OCD Project

Volunteers needed for TV Show

4 FREE weeks of intensive therapy, all expenses paid and weekly compensation for all participants!

Are you or someone you know suffering from OCD? 3 Ball Productions, the production company behind NBC's hit show, "The Biggest Loser," and many other shows with a positive message and impact on society, is producing a new non-exploitative documentary style series, "The OCD Project". We are casting for the next month.

Six chosen applicants (Ages 18 and up) will receive four free weeks of intensive therapy conducted in a group setting by a prestigious doctor who has been highly successful in the treatment and advances of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

All expenses will be paid, including room, board and all therapy sessions. Each participant will also receive ample, weekly compensation.

The OCD Project will be shooting in October. This is an exciting and rare opportunity for OCD patients to gain incredible knowledge and free treatment with prominent, licensed therapists who have been instrumental in advancing and treating OCD. THERE ARE SOLUTIONS!

Please e-mail us (ATTN: Caroline), with your name, contact info and a brief description of your/your loved one's disorder and how it has affected your life. Please be specific with you/your loved one's rituals and behaviors.


OBSESSED Season 2 is Searching for Patients in LA and Chicago areas

Volunteers needed for TV Show

A&E's critically acclaimed documentary series about people suffering from severe OCD is looking for individuals in need of help. "Obsessed" documents the therapeutic process of everyday people suffering from OCD and Anxiety Disorders and follows their courageous journey towards a better life.

  • Is your OCD severely affecting your life and the lives of your loved ones?
  • Do you have intense anxiety or phobias that prevent you from living your life the way you want to?
  • Are you ready to rid your mind and body of unwanted thoughts and ritualistic behaviors?

Chosen applicants receive 12 weeks of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy from expert therapists including: John Tsilimparis, MFT, Karen Pickett, MFT, Dr. Shana Doronn, and Dr. Craig April. Participants must live within 75 miles of Los Angeles or Chicago.

For more information, send us an email or give us a call! Los Angeles: obsessed@tijuanaent.com, (310) 341-2500. Chicago: adams@tijuanaent.com, (312) 226-9112 (ask for Obsessed casting). You can also apply online.


African-Americans with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Volunteers needed for clinical interview

Join the online OCD, Anxiety and Mental Health Support Groups for free and talk to others who are facing the same challenges you are.

The University of Pennsylvania is conducting a study of African-Americans with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Recent research shows that African-Americans with OCD are not getting the most effective treatments. If you have OCD, we want to learn more about what this has been like for you and if you have ever tried to get help for your symptoms.

Participants will receive a free psychological evaluation, discussion of treatment options, and $100 in compensation.

The evaluation will involve completing some questionnaires and an interview with a professional clinician. No physical exam is required (i.e., no shots, needles, x-rays, or pills). Call our office at 215-746-3327 for a confidential phone screening to determine if you are eligible, and ask for Samantha Farris. You can also visit our website at black.ocdproject.org.

Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 3535 Market Street, 6th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19104.


Anxiety and Everyday Activities

Volunteers needed for interview

Not enough is known about the everyday lives of people with anxiety and/or OCD. I am a researcher at the University of Southern Mississippi working with researchers at the University of Florida and the University of Kentucky. I am interested in talking with you about how you came to know you had anxiety and/or OCD, and if it has affected your everyday activities at work or with friends or with family. I would like to know how you decided what treatment to use if any, and how you use the Internet to talk with others or find out information about anxiety and/or OCD. I am asking people to talk to me about these issues....either through e-mail, online chat, or phone. I would never use your real name. And you don't have to have an official diagnosis. But you do need to be at least age 18. For more information, please contact: Dr. Dana Fennell at tiramisu312@yahoo.com or dana.fennell@usm.edu


Study for People Who Self-Injure

Volunteers needed for survey

Research on stressful early parent-child relationships has demonstrated increased sensitivity to anxiety in adulthood by way of altered dopaminergic and serotonergic systems, it is questioned what type of effect caffeine might have on a person who has supersensitive dopamine receptors. This question arises because caffeine affects both dopamine and serotonin levels in the brain.

Caffeine is known to raise dopamine levels and produce stress and anxiety in certain individuals logically suggesting that individuals who have dopaminergic receptor sensitivity might be more vulnerable to anxiety and at-risk for self-injuring. The study below aims to examine the relationships between caffeine, self-injury, and early family dynamics.

By participating in the study you may help contribute to society gaining a more holistic perspective of self-injury and in helping to develop more comprehensive treatment modalities for people dealing with self-injurious behavior. Learn more about self-injury...

Please click on the link below to access the survey. All responses will be kept anonymous and confidential. Thank you for participating.

Click Here to take survey

This study has been approved by the International Review Board at Alliant International University and is being conducted by Dr. Steven Jella' and Cassandra Curtis.


Help for Compulsive Hoarders

Volunteers needed for doumentary

Compulsive hoarding is a very serious problem affecting millions of Americans and their friends and families. But little is known about this disorder, and too often hoarders are misunderstood and can't find the help they need. A major cable network is casting for a groundbreaking new documentary television series that will help shed much needed light on this complicated and underreported condition.

Each hour long episode will follow two individuals who suffer from this disease thru a crisis situation that is directly caused by their hoarding. We will provide free services for the hoarder, such as a mental health support, professional organizers, and professional clean up and/or junk removal services. Each case will be considered on an individual basis, and services will be tailored to fit individual needs. Our professionals all have experience treating this population and are appropriately trained and credentialed.

We are looking for individuals willing to spend 3-5 days sharing their stories on camera. We understand that compulsive hoarding is an extremely emotional and difficult disorder, and it is our hope that by sharing the personal stories of our guests it will help others realize they are not alone. We will also share the right way for families and friends to approach a hoarders to, hopefully, avoid dangerous living environments.

What we are looking for:

  1. Individuals willing to tell their story.
  2. Individuals motivated to change by a ticking clock, or crisis caused by hoarding that needs to be addressed immediately.
  3. We need to show how the hoarding has impacted friends and/or loved ones. These individuals will need to appear on camera and share their side of the story.
  4. Non-stereotypical cases.

Whatever your crisis, whatever your story, we are interested in listening.

If you or someone you know is a compulsive hoarder please contact us immediately at: hoarders@sfpseattle.com or go to our website at www.hoadersdocumentary.com to learn more information about the show and to apply.


Treatment for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Volunteers needed for free treatment

The Anxiety Disorders Center at Hartford Hospital/Institute of Living is conducting research on new ways to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder. Participants in the ongoing studies will receive free cognitive-behavioral therapy, one of the most effective treatments for obsessive-compulsive disorder. The study is open to adults aged 18-65 who have obsessive-compulsive disorder.

For more information please call 860-545-7039 or visit us on the web: www.instituteofliving.org/ADC


OCD Treatment Research Study

Volunteers needed for free treatment

The University of Pennsylvania's Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety is looking for people with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) who are currently on medication but are still having OCD symptoms. Qualified participants are offered:

  1. Expert diagnostic evaluation
  2. 8 weeks free medication and/or cognitive-behavior therapy treatment
  3. Up to 6 months of additional treatment for non-responders

The Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety is directed by Dr. Edna Foa, leading expert on OCD and anxiety disorders. Study centers are in Philadelphia, NYC, and CT. For more information call Samantha at (215) 746-3327. Learn more about our OCD research project...


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