UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie
Out of the fear and confusion of OCD, we offer hope
Honest. Educational. Inspiring.
UNSTUCK is a family-friendly short film that lets kids and teens speak truthfully about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and explain how they learned to face their fears and regain control of their lives.
How to watch the film
1. Streaming Now
Subtitles available in 6 languages.
2. Public Libraries and Colleges
Watch free on Kanopy.
3. Therapists and Educators
Professionals can purchase UNSTUCK from New Day Films.
Purchase from New Day for free access to UNSTUCK: Extra Help.
Reviews from the OCD Community
"Moving. Educational. Inspiring. This film gives anyone insight to what it's really like to live with OCD."
- Dr. Elizabeth McIngvale,
iOCDF Boardmember & National Spokesperson
"UNSTUCK reframes the conversation about OCD and how to treat it. It's a great tool for educating pediatricians, clinicians and professionals."
- Dr. Dorothy Grice,
Chief, OCD & Related Disorders, Icahn School of Medicine
"There are things the medical profession has failed to explain to me about OCD that have been summed up by these incredible kids in under 30 minutes."
- Amber Nore, Parent
"UNSTUCK’s articulate accounts of OCD treatment and its beneficial effects are accurate and sure to be illuminating."
- Dr. Jonathan Abramowitz,
Director, UNC OCD and Anxiety Program
"The film is essential viewing for any family fighting OCD and anyone wanting to understand it."
- Sean Fletcher
Journalist, Broadcaster, BBC
"It captures not only the agony that this debilitating disorder creates, but also the hope that effective treatment provides."
- Jeff Bell
Author, "Rewind, Replay, Repeat: A Memoir of OCD" Co-founder, Beyond The Doubt
Meet our brave advocates
Holden talks about magical thinking and OCD.
Vanessa speaks about contamination OCD.
Ariel speaks about religious OCD and her rituals.
Jake talks about compulsions and OCD.
Sarah describes "just right" OCD.
Sharif speaks about perfectionism and OCD.
Charlotte describes being a trigger for her sisters OCD.
Tatum speak about how OCD affected her family.