Why Should You Attend the Online OCD Conference?
For the first time ever, this virtual experience will be able to connect people from all over the world! Make new friends and get ready to see us in 2021 for our next in person event.
About the Online OCD Conference
We are thrilled to announce that 2020 marks the first-ever Online OCD Conference! Registration is open for the inaugural Online OCD Conference, held from July 31st–August 2nd! We’re so excited to offer an opportunity to “meet” for an event filled with virtual support, community, and learning.
Once you enter the virtual lobby, you’ll be able to interact with our schedule, exhibit hall, chat lounge, and help center. You’ll notice that we have over 70 talks, 36 discussion groups, and 160 presenters. The exhibit hall is bustling with vendors and sponsors. Chat with new friends and presenters, visit the store, take advantage of the scavenger hunt, and enjoy the sessions! Be sure to visit as many sessions/booths/activities, etc. as you can, since you get points for attending! Redeem your points in our online store at the IOCDF booth in the exhibit hall. Raffle prizes, evening activities, and special guests are all part of this year’s fun.
Watch our video to hear what others who have attended, including OCD sufferers, family members, friends, and treatment professionals, have to say.
Last year, the 26th Annual OCD Conference in Austin, TX had over 2,000 attendees! We hope that the 2020 Conference can continue to grow as a resource for all members of the OCD community.
“I loved getting to interact with people who know exactly what I’ve been through and what I’m going through. I felt so welcomed!”- 2018 Conference Attendee
“Attending the Annual OCD Conference was an unforgettable experience. The sessions were helpful for learning more about OCD, but by far my favorite part was just being surrounded by others who understood. “ – Morgan Rondinelli
” I had a wonderful time, and met so many lovely people. The spirit of the conference was inspiring, and hopeful.” – Stuart Ralph