Our mission is to help all individuals with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders to live full and productive lives.
We work to increase access to effective treatment, end the stigma associated with mental health issues, and foster a community for those affected by OCD and the professionals who treat them.
Each year, leading OCD therapists, researchers, as well as OCD advocates, individuals with OCD, and their family members gather at the IOCDF’s Annual OCD Conference to learn about the latest in OCD treatment and research.
Visit the OCD Conference website to learn more about the upcoming Conference in Chicago on July 29-21, 2016, including how to submit a proposal, hotel and travel information, and more.
Each year, members of the OCD community from across the country join together at the 1 Million Steps 4 OCD Walk to build awareness, spread hope, and raise funds to the support the important programs of the International OCD Foundations and our local affiliates.
Walk with us in Boston, Atlanta, Oakland, Houston, & Your Community on June 4, 2016.
Search the Resource Directory for therapists, clinics & programs, treatment programs, support groups, and organizations (such as affiliates and global partners) specializing in OCD and Related Disorders in your area.
From training and educational opportunities to networking, the IOCDF has much to offer the mental health professional community. Our professional and institutional members form a strong community of knowledgeable providers and researchers who are working to improve the lives of those affected by OCD across the US, and around the world. By becoming a member of the IOCDF, you are joining the “best of the best” in OCD treatment and research.
The Behavior Therapy Training Institute (BTTI) is an in-depth three-day intensive training course in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for mental health professionals who are treating individuals with OCD and related disorders. The next course takes place in Boston, MA in September.Learn More
Your gift will help the IOCDF to make effective treatment more accessible, help raise awareness about OCD, and help to train clinicians and therapists how to best treat OCD and related disorders.
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