We are excited to announce that registration for the 21st Annual OCD Conference in Los Angeles will open on Monday, March 10th. We will also be announcing the awesome line-up of workshops, evening activities, and trainings on our conference website at www.ocd2014.org on Monday!
Sign-up for our conference news email list to make sure you don’t miss out on any news or announcements leading up to the conference this summer in LA.
We are now accepting proposals for workshops, evening events, support groups, and the Keynote Address for our 21st Annual OCD Conference to be held in Los Angeles, CA, on July 18-20, 2014.
Our speakers and support group leaders are the backbone of our conference. Help us make this year’s conference our best yet by adding your insight, knowledge, and experience to our program. Whether you are a professional, or someone who wants to share their own personal stories of living with OCD, we invite you to submit your proposal to speak at the next Annual OCD Conference.
For more information about speaking at the 21st Annual OCD Conference, including suggested topics and tips for submitting your proposal, please visit: http://www.ocd2014.org/proposal-tips/.
Proposal system opens: Thursday, January 2, 2014
Deadline for submitting: Monday, February 3, at 5:00pm ET
We hope you are all getting excited for our 21st Annual OCD Conference, to be held July 18–20, 2014, in Los Angeles, CA! While the conference is still 8 months away, we are already hard at work here at the IOCDF offices planning for what we hope to make the best conference yet.
Our 2014 conference website is now live! This will be your source of information to everything pertaining to the conference in the coming months. Take a look now at ocd2014.org!
Here is an outline of some important dates to remember in the coming months, including deadlines for submitting talks to the conference, hotel information, registration dates, volunteer opportunities, and more!
And, if you haven’t already, be sure to sign up for our Conference News email list to make sure that you don’t miss any important announcements as we lead up to the conference.