This month, Buddha Badges is contributing all of the proceeds from the sale of their badges to the Walking with Nathaniel fund at the International OCD Foundation, dedicated to raising awareness about body dysmorphic disorder(BDD) and OCD in memory of Nathaniel Asselin. BuddhaBadges is a non-profit charity-drive art project aimed at selling 1-inch Buddha-themed badges for $1 each to help raise money for some good causes. So perhaps this month you will consider bringing a little Eastern wisdom into your life, and helping to support the IOCDF along the way.
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With the new year, comes a new conference, and we are busy working to make this year’s program even better. We’ve even launched a new website at www.ocd2013.org to keep you up-to-date on conference information as it becomes available.
This year’s conference will be our 20th annual OCD Conference, and will take place from July 19–21 in Atlanta, GA, our first time in Atlanta in nearly a decade. Of course, the real reason to attend the conference is the quality workshops, support groups, research posters, and evening activities that we provide each and every year. If you would like to submit a proposal to speak at the conference, run a support group, exhibit a research poster, or hold a special evening activity, the conference proposal system is now open!
We’re just a few days away from the kickoff of the 19th Annual IOCDF Conference in Chicago! Everyone here at headquarters is busy making travel preparations and working hard to make this year’s conference the best ever. But, we wanted to give you a sneak peak of the action and keep you entertained while we… Read more »
For today’s blog, we wanted to take a moment to answer some of the most common questions we hear from attendees, especially those planning to come to their first IOCDF Conference. So, we sat down with Michael Spigler, our Program Director (and Conference guru), to get the inside scoop on registering for and attending this… Read more »