Holding on to Support
CUREC Approval Reference: R86617/RE001
This study will survey people who offer support to people with hoarding difficulties or OCD.
The questions will ask about the help and support they give, or try to give. This will help us to understand any differences in how people with hoarding difficulties and OCD are offered support. Knowing this will help plan more effective treatments and how best to involve those who support them.
People who offer support will be asked to respond to a number of questions, most of which have multiple options. This should take about 30 minutes. No specialist background knowledge is required.
Please note that you may only participate in this survey if:
Ø You are 30 years of age or over.
Ø You live in the UK.
Ø You offer support to somebody with hoarding difficulties and/or OCD that you have a personal connection to, e.g., a family member or friend you have known for a number of years.
Ø The person you offer support to is 30 years of age or over.
Ø The person you offer support to lives in the UK.
You may ask any questions before deciding to take part by contacting the researcher: James Dennis, Trainee Clinical Psychologist firstname.lastname@example.org
To access the questionnaire, please click this link: https://psychiatryoxford.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6LvLsSnGpgkEGyy
A paper copy is available upon request, please contact the researcher.
You can download the full information sheet here: