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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Resources for the OCD and Related Disorders Community

The World Health Organization (WHO) has classified the ongoing worldwide outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) a pandemic. In response, public health experts around the world have asked individuals and organizations to take action to prevent and limit the transmission of this disease in their communities. This may create unique challenges for people in the OCD… Read more »

Online Adult Support Group Meeting (Hong Kong)

On Saturday 4th December at 2.30pm-4.00 pm, OCDAHK is hosting an ADULT ONLINE SUPPORT GROUP MEETING (Age 21+ and above) for anxiety, depression and OCD adult sufferers. This online arrangement has been made to keep everyone safe during the coronavirus outbreak. In order to attend, please RSVP at infocdcommunityhk@gmail.com by Friday 3rd December at 5pm… Read more »

TEENAGE/YOUTH ONLINE SUPPORT GROUP MEETING (Age 15-21)

On Saturday 26th June at 11:30am-12:40 pm, OCDAHK is hosting an TEENAGE/YOUTH ONLINE SUPPORT GROUP MEETING (Age 15-21)for anxiety, depression and OCD adult sufferers. This online arrangement has been made to keep everyone safe during the coronavirus outbreak. In order to attend, please RSVP at infocdcommunityhk@gmail.com by Friday 25th June at 5pm and you will be emailed a link for you to join… Read more »

Adult online support group meeting

On Saturday 12th June at 2.30pm-4.00 pm, OCDAHK is hosting an ADULT ONLINE SUPPORT GROUP MEETING (Age 21+ and above) for anxiety, depression and OCD adult sufferers. This online arrangement has been made to keep everyone safe during the coronavirus outbreak. In order to attend, please RSVP at infocdcommunityhk@gmail.com by Friday 11th June at 5pm… Read more »

ONLINE ADULT SUPPORT GROUP MEETING

On Saturday 8th May at 2.30pm-4.00 pm, OCDAHK is hosting an ADULT ONLINE SUPPORT GROUP MEETING (Age 21+ and above) for anxiety, depression and OCD adult sufferers. This online arrangement has been made to keep everyone safe during the coronavirus outbreak. In order to attend, please RSVP at infocdcommunityhk@gmail.com by Friday 7th May at 5pm and you will be emailed a link for you… Read more »

Research Participants Sought

The IOCDF is not affiliated with any of the following studies, although we ensure that all research studies listed on this page have been reviewed and approved by an Internal Review Board (IRB). We do our best to keep this list up-to-date, but please contact the research institutions directly to confirm the status of any… Read more »

ONLINE SUPPORT GROUP MEETING — OCDAHK

On Saturday 7th November at 2.30pm-4.15pm, OCDAHK is hosting an ONLINE SUPPORT GROUP MEETING for anxiety, depression and OCD adult sufferers. This arrangement has been made to keep everyone safe during the coronavirus outbreak. In order to attend, please RSVP at infocdcommunityhk@gmail.com by Friday 6th November at 12pm and you will be emailed a link… Read more »

Public Policy Corner: Fall 2020

This post was originally published in the Fall 2020 edition of the OCD Newsletter. As the summer comes to an end and the air starts to take on a pleasant chill, the IOCDF staff typically find themselves preparing to travel down to Washington, DC to kick off OCD Awareness Week with our annual Capital Walk…. Read more »

OCDAHK ONLINE SUPPORT GROUP MEETING

On Saturday 11th July at 2.30pm – 4.00pm, OCDAHK is hosting an ONLINE SUPPORT GROUP MEETING for anxiety, depression and OCD adult sufferers. This arrangement has been made to keep everyone safe during the coronavirus outbreak. In order to attend, please RSVP at infocdcommunityhk@gmail.com by Friday 10th July at 12pm and you will be emailed a link for you to join the… Read more »

Stress, COVID-19, and Body Dysmorphic Disorder

by Stella Kim Hansen, LMHC and Michele T. Pato, MD It wouldn’t be possible to write a blog post about body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) without acknowledging the stressful effects of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Through our own experiences in clinical work and doing research on the unique disorder of BDD, I am struck by how… Read more »