Norwich and Norfolk OCD Support Group

This group meets on the first Tuesday of every month from 06:30 - 08:30pm.

Our group welcomes those with OCD, carers and family members who want to gain a better understanding of this anxiety disorder and be encouraged. The group offers empathy, support and psychoeducation in a non-judgmental, confidential environment and an opportunity to share/communicate knowledge and personal experiences.

Confidential discussions relating to OCD

By way of discussion and debate, this group is very positive, practical and constructive in its approach to overcoming the difficulties of OCD. Psychoeducational sessions are offered and these can cover topics such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), the various categories of OCD, the Conscious Mind versus the Subconscious Mind, Communication Skills, Goal Setting, Assertiveness and Raising Self-Esteem to name a few.

Examining Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Some of our members have already undergone a course in CBT and many have already made positive changes to overcoming OCD. Several of our members are proactive with CBT and continually strive to make improvements in their condition. The focus of our group is support, psychoeducation, studying and examining CBT and putting this therapy into practise.

A welcoming OCD Support Group

You will find this popular, well-established and large group very supportive and welcoming. We receive exceptional feedback from those that have attended our meetings and some members have been regular attendees for several years. Our group is not just open to those who have OCD but anyone wanting to learn more about this anxiety disorder.

These group meetings are confidential and professionally led.


Our group meets on the first Tuesday of every month
from 6:30pm - 8:30pm at:

The Assembly House
Theatre Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 1RQ

Please do not address any queries to The Assembly House.

For any queries or to confirm your attendance if you are not a registered member,
please contact:

Mobile: 07432 655579

You can contact us by sending a text message to the above mobile number.
(This mobile number will NOT take voice messages)

Telephone: 01603 619246

(Messages can be left on the landline)