Connect with the OCD Community
Welcome to the IOCDF Peace of Mind Virtual Community! Here, members of the OCD and related disorders community will find resources to learn, share stories, and support one another. We're so happy you're here!
Participate in Our Livestreams
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IOCDF National Advocate Ethan Smith leads an hour-long discussion and Q&A with the OCD and related disorders community. Come with questions for Ethan!
IOCDF Advocates moderate a panel of experts on a given topic. Past topics have included related disorders, special topics like grief, and discussions intended for specific groups.
Ask the Experts
IOCDF National Advocate Liz McIngvale, PhD and IOCDF Lead Advocate Chris Trondsen, MS, AMFT, APCC answer all your questions on a variety of OCD and related disorders topics.
The Diversity Round Table is an open discussion for members of the OCD and related disorder to talk about representation, access to treatment, stigma, and much more.
Lunch & Learn
This is a series *for professionals* to learn more about OCD and related disorders. Liz McIngvale, PhD and Chris Trondsen, MS, AMFT will have clinical discussions about various topics.
IOCDF Advocate Kyle King and Jon Abramowitz, PhD will discuss OCD and related disorders research with a panel of experts. All are welcome, and be sure to bring your questions!
Faith & OCD Roundtable
IOCDF Lead Advocate Rev. Katie O'Dunne will lead a discussion and Q&A on topics related OCD and related disorders through a faith lens. All are welcome!
Join Our HealthUnlocked Community
HealthUnlocked is a free, anonymous online forum where you can share your story and get support from thousands of other members of the OCD and related disorders community.
HealthUnlocked is not a substitute for professional help from a healthcare provider, but it's a great way to create an online support system that's there when you need it.
Join the My OCD Community on HealthUnlocked and start sharing today!
Follow Us on Social Media!
Social media is another great way to stay connected with the OCD and related disorders community.
Follow the IOCDF on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn to share your story—especially during our events! It's also a great way to receive calls to action to help spread awareness about OCD.
Check Out Our Events Calendar
We're not the only ones hosting events for the OCD and related disorders community — far from it.
Check out our community calendar for events submitted by our IOCDF Affiliates and other organizations across the country!