Each year at this time, we send out the call to our community to start thinking about proposals for workshops, support groups, and activities for the next year’s Conference. Without fail, you all go above and beyond to answer our call. It gets more and more difficult to choose the Conference program each year due… Read more »
The International OCD Foundation’s 24th Annual OCD Conference will be held July 7–9, 2017 in San Francisco, CA. Please check back soon to learn more about the 2017 Conference in SF! Or click here to learn more about the Annual OCD Conference.
Did you know that this year is the IOCDF’s 30th anniversary? In November 1986, a small group of advocates gathered together to start a non-profit to help all of those affected by OCD and related disorders. This year, we celebrate 30 years and we have all of you to thank for your continued support! In… Read more »
Each year at the Annual OCD Conference, we recognize the many advocates, experts, and other passionate individuals who have made meaningful contributions to the OCD community over the years. Today, we want to highlight the winners of the IOCDF Outstanding
This year’s keynote at the Annual OCD Conference will be delivered with some international flair provided by this year’s speaker, David Adam. An editor for the science journal Nature and author of The Man Who Couldn’t Stop, Adam was honored as the 2015 recipient of the IOCDF Illumination Award at last year’s Conference and will… Read more »
The IOCDF’s Annual OCD Conference is not like any other conference. Why am I saying this? Because I have been there, and it has literally changed my life. Needless to say, the IOCDF team has brought together the greatest names in psychology and psychiatry who specialize in OCD and related disorders. From research to treatment,… Read more »
Happy #ThrowbackThursday! Today’s blog entry comes from Alison Dotson, who has served as our featured Annual OCD Conference blogger since the 2014 Conference in Los Angeles. In today’s special #tbt post, Alison reflects on what it was like attending her first Annual OCD Conference and what made it such a positive experience she’s now eager to return… Read more »