Unstuck: An OCD Kids Movie
What Do You Do When Your Brain is Your Enemy?

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Chris Baier, the film’s producer, and I met in 2014 at a support group Chris and his wife organized for parents of children with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in Brooklyn, NY. There were about eight regulars in the group, and we were all experiencing first-hand the the devastating ...Read more

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