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The board of directors, staff & volunteers of Houston Galveston Institute, dba, HGI Counseling Center are pleased to announce the Champion of Change honoree for the 2015 Chocolate, Champagne & Charity fundraising event, is Dr. Elizabeth McIngvale-Cegelski, daughter of Jim & Linda McIngvale.
Dr. McIngvale-Cegelski is the founder of the Peace of Mind foundation, a non-profit foundation dedicated to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) & is a national spokesperson for the International Obsessive Compulsive Foundation. After her diagnosis at age 12, Elizabeth has made it her life mission to make a difference in the lives of those living with OCD. Elizabeth’s non-profit foundation runs the ocdchallenge.com , a free interactive self-help website for obsessive compulsive disorder based on the principles of exposure with response prevention.
Elizabeth is a therapist, advocate & researcher who dedicates her time to OCD, mental health stigma & issues surrounding access to care. In her lifetime, she hopes to see everyone diagnosed with a mental illness have access to evidence-based treatment & to be a part of the movement that stamps out the stigma of mental illness.