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Blog written by 'OC Yours' ‏@ocyours, October 2014.

OCD Conference - Nottingham

On October 31st and November 1st, OCD-UK is taking over Nottingham for an amazing two day OCD Conference.

On Friday 31st October, we’re holding an event for health professionals and all involved in the treatment or care of those affected by OCD – a fantastic opportunity for professionals to hear about recent advances in understanding and the treatment of OCD and related problems.

On Saturday 1st November, we’re holding a conference for those affected by OCD and anyone interested in learning more. Not only will it offer an opportunity to learn more about OCD, it’ll offer guidance, hope and inspiration for those suffering and their families.

So here we have my Top Ten Reasons to Come to the OCD Conference

Article posted on: Tue, 21/10/2014 - 12:37pm

Newcastle Conference Extracts

With our 2014 OCD Conference fast approaching, we thought we would take a look back on our fantastic 2013 conference which we hosted up in the north east of England last year, in Newcastle. Click the 'read more' link to watch a hour of extracts from our 2013 national OCD conference.

For details and to book tickets for the 2014 OCD-UK Conference, being held in Nottingham, please take a look at our new conference website which was launched last week at

Article posted on: Sat, 06/09/2014 - 10:49pm

Behind a Mind - London

Behind a mind host an OCD event in London

In February of this year, director of the fantastic short OCD film Locked and OCD-UK Trustee Claire Gellard launched a brand new Mental Health project called Behind a Mind, a project funded by The Maudsley Charity and has been designed to raise awareness and understanding of mental health using film, animation and expert talks.

The first feature for a Behind a Mind event was OCD, and took place at the Ortus Centre in London on Monday 10th February which featured first hand OCD presentations:

Article posted on: Thu, 20/03/2014 - 1:06pm

Conference: New developments in OCD

OCD-UK are proud to announce that on Friday 31st October 2014 we will be hosting the first full day OCD conference for health professionls here in the UK.   More information about our event to take place in Nottingham will follow shortly.

Article posted on: Mon, 06/01/2014 - 3:07pm

Workshop: How ‘NICE’ is your OCD

This event is independent of OCD-UK, therefore we provide this listing for information purposes only. Please check our calendar of events for other workshops/conferences for health professionals.


This workshop will be helpful for psychologists, CBT therapists and people with some training in CBT who wish to develop or consolidate their skills in working with OCD and are interested in current research

Article posted on: Mon, 06/01/2014 - 3:03pm

2013 National OCD Conference - Newcastle

Our annual conference takes place in Newcastle on 2nd November

Continuing our commitment to provide OCD conferences around the whole of the UK, we are proud to announce that for 2013 we will be hosting our annual national OCD conference in the North East, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, on Saturday 2nd November 2013. Our conference is primarily aimed at those with OCD, along with their family and friends, but we also welcome health professionals or anybody else that may also be interested in learning more about OCD.

Our conferences are a great way to listen to, learn from and even ask questions of the some of the leading OCD experts here in the UK, but also to meet others with OCD and share coping experiences, and for some, to make new friends too.

Article posted on: Thu, 09/05/2013 - 5:21pm

Annual OCD conference 2012 (watch again) and 2013

Live streaming funded by Awards for All

Earlier in the month we hosted our annual conference in Cardiff which was very warmly received and welcomed by those that attended. For those that could not attend, we are delighted to say that you can now watch the entire conference online.

All you will need is access the recordings is a computer with the ability to play Adobe Flash. Users of Apple (iPhone and iPad) devices may need to find access to other devices that can use Adobe Flash. The live streaming and conference recording was made possible through the support and funding of Awards for All, part of the Big Lottery Fund.

Article posted on: Fri, 23/11/2012 - 3:58pm


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