Tag Archives: IOCDF
→ October 13-19, 2019 is International OCD Awareness Week. Each year during the second full week of October, community groups, service organizations, and clinics across the US and around the world celebrate with events such as educational lecture series, OCD-inspired … Continue reading
If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you might remember that I’ve written several different posts regarding obsessive-compulsive disorder and school. In this post I talk about how important it is for teachers and other school personnel to … Continue reading
From the IOCDF website: Each year, members of the OCD community from across the country — including individuals with OCD, mental health professionals, friends, family members, coworkers, children, and even four-legged friends (dogs must be on a leash, of course) … Continue reading
As part of OCD Awareness Week, the International OCD Foundation is sponsoring a video contest, and the seven finalists have been announced. These videos are great! And you can vote for your favorite until Friday! Enjoy!
Many of you are familiar with the IOCDF (International OCD Foundation), which is an amazing organization dedicated to helping those with OCD. For many, it is often the first stop in their journey against OCD. What you may or may … Continue reading