Continuing our commitment to provide OCD conferences around the whole of the UK, we are proud to announce that for 2011 we will be hosting our annual conference in the North West, Liverpool to be precise, on Saturday 29th October. Our venue is the fantastic new Art and Design Academy building, part of the John Moores University complex in Liverpool, adjacent to the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.
Our conferences are a great way to listen to, and learn from leading OCD experts, but also to meet others with OCD and share coping experiences, and for some, to make new friends too.
We will be lining up a superb array of highly acclaimed health professionals and inspirational speakers covering a diverse range of OCD related topics. We are extremely excited about the programme we have planned, and we hope that you will be too. Confirmed speakers include Professors Paul Salkovskis and Roz Shafran, and sharing their experiences of successfully living with OCD are Catherine Mills and Diana Wilson. We hope to announce more speakers in the very near future.
The conference will provide lectures on the three of the four main categories of OCD, hopefully offering something for most people with OCD:
Intrusive Thoughts - this year, the intrusive thought lecture will focus on fears around relationships.
We intend to build on a brilliant 2010 conference and create a fantastic 2011 conference.
Our venue is the lovely new Art and Design Academy building, part of the John Moore University complex in Liverpool, adjacent to the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, and located less than 15 minutes walk from Lime Street railway station, with parking available at both the Cathedral and nearby multi-storey car parks reasonably priced.
The Art and Design Academy houses Liverpool John Moores University's School of Art and Design. It is located at Duckinfield Street in LJMU's Mount Pleasant Campus, immediately adjacent to the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral. The iconic six storey building was constructed between 2005 and 2008 at a cost of £27 million.
How to Book
Our conference is now closed to new bookings, we have reached capacity and are unable to accept any more bookings.
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