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Glasgow OCD Conference

It gives us great pleasure to confirm our annual conference for Saturday 8th July in Glasgow at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC).    Whilst we appreciate Glasgow is not easy for everyone to access, OCD-UK have always been committed to hosting events around the UK.   By hosting our conference in Glasgow, we want to show commitment to those suffering with OCD in Scotland that we very much want to work for them, in addition to the work we do across other areas of the UK.

We will update this page with further information about the conference in the coming weeks, but so far confirmed speakers include:

  • Recovered OCD sufferer, Sandy Nisbet
  • OCD specialist Professor Paul Salkovskis
  • Glasgow based anxiety specialist Professor Chris Williams who will be talking about coping with feelings and low mood and low confidence.
  • Representative of the only Scottish OCD service, the Dundee Advanced Intervention Service (AIS)

Hosting the conference this year will be our very own Kirstie McBryan, who is also the facilitator of the Edinburgh OCD Support Group.  

As always OCD-UK members will be given additional discount off the cost of conference tickets, with tickets costing just £12.99 for each member and up to 3 additional family tickets, meaning OCD-UK members save a whopping £17 per ticket!!!

For those that want to travel to Glasgow for the weekend, then we will endeavour to make a big weekend of it, with social activities on the Sunday.   Conference booking is available below through our event partner Eventbrite.

Ticket prices includes access to the conference and conference delegate pack in addition to mid-morning and mid-afternoon tea/coffee. Lunch is not included.

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