IOCDF Community Events Calendar
The Community Events Calendar showcases upcoming in-person and virtual events for all members of the OCD community. Hosting an event of your own? Fill out the online form and get it added to the calendar so local community members can join in!
Learn more about IOCDF-run events, such as our in-person and virtual conferences, the 1 Million Steps 4 OCD Walk to raise awareness and funds, and training opportunities for professionals. All times are local.
Events for October 12, 2021
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Want to get more involved in mental health policy advocacy? You don't have to be a policy expert--just an expert in your story, and how the issues impact you. Join us for a virtual lunch-and-learn that will prepare you to use your unique story to effect change in the mental health public policy space. Activist... Read more »Find out more »
Shannon Weise, LCSW, intern Amy Avillion, and previous client Pat will discuss his journey through life and treatment with pedofile and suicidal/harm ocd. Pat will share his story and take questions in the chat throughout the zoom session. Hi there, You are invited to a Zoom meeting. When: Oct 14, 2021 05:00 PM Eastern Time... Read more »Find out more »
Mental health conditions shouldn’t stop you from traveling. As someone with chronic OCD, co-occurring social anxiety, and intergenerational trauma, it's Meggie's mission to destigmatize mental illnesses through travel. In this talk, Meggie Tran will share what they've done while traveling with a mental illness based on their experiences. Together, we will learn how to: Look... Read more »Find out more »
This 8 week online workshop follows the evidenced based research proven SPACE Treatment protocol which stands for Supportive Parenting of Anxious Childhood Emotions. SPACE is for parents and has been proven to be just as effective as CBT for individual clients. SPACE is perfect for parents of kids or teens who are treatment resistant or... Read more »Find out more »
IOCDF National Advocate Ethan Smith will lead a discussion and Q&A with a panel of experts on the future of OCD treatment. No registration required. Simply hop on Facebook or YouTube at the designated time to join the conversation.Find out more »