Posts Categorized: OCD Conference

Tips For Submitting a Proposal to Speak at the OCD Conference

Are you interested in presenting at the next Annual OCD Conference? The 25th Annual OCD Conference will take place this July in Washington D.C., and we will soon begin accepting submissions for workshops, presentations, support groups, and more! The OCD Conference proposal system opens on Tuesday, January 2, 2018, at 5pm ET. Given how competitive it has become to… Read more »

Submit Your Proposal to Speak at the Annual OCD Conference!

We are now accepting proposals for workshops, evening events, support groups, and the Keynote Address for our 25th Annual OCD Conference to be held in Washington D.C., on July 27-29, 2018.Our speakers and support group leaders are the backbone of our conference. Help us make this year’s conference our best yet by adding your insight,… Read more »

Help Us Choose Our 2021 Annual OCD Conference Location

We are already scouting out locations for the 28th Annual OCD Conference, which will be held in the year 2021! We’ve narrowed down our choices based on cities in the Eastern US that have hotels that fit our Conference needs, and that offer family-friendly activities and attractions, while also staying affordable. But we’d like to… Read more »

Helping folks Attend the IOCDF Conference: Guest post by Daniel Kalb

Anyone who has attended an Annual OCD Conference can tell you how extraordinary it is. In addition to providing a top-notch clearinghouse for useful cutting-edge information, the IOCDF creates a sense of unity by promoting the easy mixing of researchers, clinicians, sufferers, and their family members. This co-mingling creates a whole much greater than the… Read more »

Annual OCD Conference: Introducing Our Revamped Youth Programming!

  There are certain aspects of the Annual OCD Conference that you can always count on to remain consistent.  The Conference is always held in the summer. It always includes diverse programming, events, and resources to cater to the many different populations of our OCD community.  And of course, it always is an amazingly fun, informative,… Read more »