Welcome to the Peace of Mind Virtual Community! Here, you will find a list of resources for members of the OCD and related disorders community to connect online with members of the IOCDF and with each other. These resources allow our community to share their stories, educate themselves, and support each other. We're so happy you're here!
Participate in our live streams
Twice a week, each of our two National Advocates hosts a live stream on a variety of topics.
Here is the schedule for our live streams, each of which is held every other week. Be sure to check out the IOCDF calendar for exact dates and times, as they may vary. All events stream live on Facebook and YouTube and are available to view after they conclude.
IOCDF National Ambassador Ethan Smith leads an hour-long discussion and Q&A with the OCD and related disorders community. Come with questions!
Ethan Smith moderates a panel of experts on a given topic. Past topics have included related disorders, special topics like grief, and discussions intended for specific groups.
Live with Liz
This open forum allows you to ask IOCDF National Ambassador Dr. Liz McIngvale questions and discuss OCD topics you want to learn more about.
Lunch and Learn with Dr. Liz
This is a series *for professionals* to learn more about OCD and related disorders. Dr. Liz and a guest will have clinical discussions about various topics.
IOCDF Trivia Night Live!
IOCDF Trivia streams live on Twitch. It’s free to play; no teams necessary. Come for the laughs and the chance to win IOCDF store gift cards!
Ask a question
Have a question for Liz or Ethan? Fill out this form and they'll address it in their next live stream!
Suggest a live stream topic
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.
Follow us on social media!
Social media is another great way to stay connected with the OCD and related disorders community. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to share your story, especially during our events like the 1 Million Steps 4 OCD Walk!
Following us is also a great way to receive calls to action to help spread awareness about OCD. Give us a follow now!