In 2012 the IOCDF embarked on a new initiative — we hired Carly Bourne as our first Director of Communications! Carly hit the ground running as soon as she set foot in the door. She helped plan the rally welcoming Denis Asselin to Boston after his 500 mile pilgrimage, which subsequently led to the formation… Read more »
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Our office is closed today, Wednesday, October 26, due to a temporary power outage affecting our building in Boston. As such, our phone system is also currently down. We anticipate our offices re-opening on Thursday, October 27th. You can still reach us by email at anytime at email@example.com. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Today is World Mental Health Day, and it’s also the beginning of OCD Awareness Week. All week long we’ll have events going on around the country dedicated to raising awareness and understanding about obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders. While knowledge about OCD in the general public has grown exponentially in the last decade,… Read more »
On today’s blog, we feature a guest post from IOCDF board member JoAnn Winston. JoAnn shares what the Foundation means to her and her family, and why she is so excited about celebrating the IOCDF’s 30th birthday next month at the Then & Now Anniversary Party in Boston. When OCD entered our family back in 2008, I was… Read more »
We were deeply saddened to hear of another loss to the OCD and related disorders community this past weekend. Dr. Jose A. Yaryura-Tobias, a long-standing professional member and an inaugural member of the IOCDF Scientific and Clinical Advisory Board (SCB), passed away on March 5, 2016. Dr. Yaryura-Tobias was a pioneer in OCD research and… Read more »
The IOCDF is moving offices today! We’re excited about our new space, but unfortunately we will be unable to answer phones or respond to emails until the office re-opens in our shiny new space tomorrow, and our phones may be down for a brief period while they are moved to the new space. Thank you… Read more »