As part of our mission to raise awareness about OCD and related disorders, increase access to effective treatment, help end stigma, and foster a community, the IOCDF provides resources and programs throughout the year for individuals affected by OCD, their families, and mental health professionals, alike.
We connect everyone affected by OCD and related disorders with treatment resources and support. In addition, we spread awareness about OCD and related disorders to educate the public and ensure that everyone has the opportunity to access our free resources. The IOCDF Resource Directory is a comprehensive database of treatment and support for OCD and related disorders, including a list of licensed therapists, support groups, specialty outpatient clinics, residential programs, intensive treatment programs, and research programs offering treatment, and more.The Directory allows users to narrow their search by a variety of factors, including subtype, ages served, and race/ethnicity, ensuring that everyone who seeks help can find resources that match their individual needs.
- Search the Resource Directory
- Tips for Finding the Right Therapist
- View all Clinics & Programs
- Join My OCD Community on HealthUnlocked
- Find a Teletherapy Provider
- Find a Therapist of Color
- Virtual Support Groups
We provide an array of resources that you can utilize to educate yourself, or others, about OCD and related disorders.
- From the Experts
- Brochures, Fact Sheets & Handouts
- OCD Newsletter & Archive
- Books and Multimedia
- Anxiety in the Classroom
- COVID-19 Resource Center
- OCD in Diverse Populations Resource Center
As part of our mission to raise awareness about OCD and related disorders, increase access to effective treatment, help end stigma, and foster a community, the IOCDF runs programs throughout the year for individuals affected by OCD, their families, and mental health professionals, alike.
- In-Person and Virtual Conferences
- OCD Awareness Week
- 1 Million Steps 4 OCD Walk
- Advocate Program
- Peace of Mind Virtual Community
The IOCDF Training Institute has been created to offer a more comprehensive curriculum of professional training opportunities. Its curriculum is formatted in the style of higher education course catalogs, ranging from the 100-level basic trainings and to the 400-level advanced trainings (BTTI is now 200-level).
- MGH Psychiatry Academy
- IOCDF Webinar Series
- Behavior Therapy Training Institute (BTTI)
- Online Consultation Groups
The IOCDF awards grants to investigators whose research focuses on the nature, causes, and treatment of OCD and related disorders. Learn more about:
- Our Impact
- Supporting Research
- Participating in a Study
- Funding and Educational Opportunities for Researchers
Public policy affects us all in the OCD and related disorders community, from individuals to families to professionals. The IOCDF seeks to serve as the voice of our community on Capitol Hill, uniting with other mental health voices on the federal policy issues that impact us the most.