Next Thursday, Author Janet Singer will talk about her memoir and the struggles behind it.
In Overcoming OCD: A Journey to Recovery, Singer shared her family’s experiences with the world. On her blog, the author shares:
I am a mom whose son was completely debilitated by severe obsessive-compulsive disorder. Our family floundered and then fought our way through a disorienting maze of treatments and programs, desperately trying to find the best help possible for Dan. . .
As for my son Dan, his story is one of triumph and he is now a college graduate working in his chosen field, living his life to the fullest. I want to spread the word that OCD, no matter how severe, is treatable, and Exposure and Response Prevention therapy is the therapy of choice for this disorder.
The author’s talk will take place at the Southborough Library at 7:00 pm. It’s free and open to the public.