Unique OCD Program Now at Seattle Children's

Unique OCD Program Now at Seattle Children's

There’s a new outpatient program at Seattle Children’s treating obsessive-compulsive disorder. The program opened in July 2016 and early graduates have had life changing results. Dr. Geoffrey Wiegand, director of the Intensive Outpatient OCD Treatment Program at Seattle Children’s, said, “It’s exciting because it’s a service that previously has not been available (at Seattle Children's).” One of the first graduates was a girl named Eva Tomassini. After graduating from the program, her family noticed a life changing difference.

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