Caitlin M. Pinciotti, PhD

Assistant Professor


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Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Baylor College of Medicine



Pride OCD


Inviting all LGBTQIA+ people with OCD to participate in a research study.
 
Background:
LGBTQIA+ people are 6-9x more likely to be diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) than their cisgender, heterosexual peers. LGBTQIA+ people experience unique identify-based stressors that may impact the development, severity, and maintenance of OCD. However, to date, current theories of OCD neglect to consider the unique experiences of LGBTQIA+ people with OCD.
 
Purpose:
  • Understand how unique LGBTQIA+ experiences may impact the development, severity, and maintenance of OCD. 
  • Develop more inclusive theories about OCD for LGBTQIA+ people.
  •  Inform the development of more inclusive treatment practices for LGBTQIA+ people with OCD.
 
Get involved:
If you are LGBTQIA+ and have OCD, make your voice heard. To participate in the first ever survey for LGBTQIA+ people with OCD, email [email protected] or go to: https://tinyurl.com/uhsd963h 
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