Annual OCD Conference

Thank you to everyone who attended the 25th Annual OCD Conference in Washington D.C. The Conference served as a resource to a record-breaking 1,977 attendees from 19 countries! Click here to visit and learn more about the 2018 OCD Conference.

Why Should You Attend the Annual OCD Conference? Watch our video to hear what others who have attended have to say.

Save the Date for 2019!

26th Annual OCD Conference
July 19-21, 2019
JW Marriott Austin
Austin, TX

About the Annual OCD Conference

Since 1993, the Annual OCD Conference has been the only national meeting focused solely on obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders. The unique event allows people with OCD and their loved ones to learn about the latest OCD treatment and information alongside the mental health professionals who care for them.

Every year attendees continue to tell us what a great experience the Conference is, and we couldn’t agree more. This year, at the 24th Annual OCD Conference in San Francisco, we had a record 1,742 attendees from 21 countries! We hope that the Conference can continue to grow as a resource for all members of the OCD community. 

The Conference features more than 100 presentations, workshops, and seminars as well as nearly two-dozen support groups and various evening events. Our presenters include some of the most experienced and knowledgeable clinicians and researchers in the field, as well as people with OCD and family members sharing their stories about life with OCD.

What People are Saying about the Annual OCD Conference:

“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

Read Morgan’s Blog Post Here

” I had a wonderful time, and met so many lovely people. The spirit of the conference was inspiring, and hopeful.” – Stuart Ralph

View Stuart’s Podcast about the OCD Conference here

“Throughout the Conference, there were no OCDs versus non-OCDs, ‘healthy’ professionals versus ‘troubled’ attendants. There were no scholars versus ignorants, problem-solvers versus problem-havers, treating-therapists versus treated-patients, supporters versus supported. Instead, there was a group of individuals, homogenized by a shared wish; a group of people deeply touched, moved and motivated by the same vision, inspired by hope.” – Ro Vital

Read Ro’s Conference Blog Post Here


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