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Online OCD Conference | July 31–Aug 2, 2020

We’ve been closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and how it could affect the Annual OCD Conference. Unfortunately, the state of Washington announced new restrictions and regulations for large-scale meetings through the summer and as a result, we will be unable to hold the Conference in Seattle as planned. We are working on developing a virtual event that will be held on or around the same dates in late July. We see this as a new opportunity to make a conference that is more accessible to attendees all around the world through virtual programming! We are continuing to work with the hotel, and there is a possibility of a smaller-scale event in person in Seattle this July, and we will keep you apprised of this if it becomes a possibility. In the meantime, make sure to check out our Virtual Town Halls and Just, Ethan streams!

Virtual Town Halls

Living with OCD? You're not alone.

If you are living with OCD, you know that it can impact all areas of your life and pose unique challenges. Whether you have OCD or know someone who does, there are resources available to support you. The World Health Organization (WHO) has classified the ongoing worldwide outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) a pandemic. In response, public health experts around the world have asked individuals and organizations to take action to prevent and limit the transmission of this disease in their communities. This may create unique challenges for people in the OCD and related disorders community as we work to balance what’s best for population health and what’s best for our individual mental health. We've put together the following resources that you may find useful. If you have questions that aren't addressed here, please contact us at (617) 973-5801 or info@iocdf.org.

Living With OCD COVID-19 Resource Page

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