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Last month we launched our inaugural LIVE webinar with Canadian OCD specialist Professor Adam Radomsky, which received fantastic feedback and reviews.
Our online webinars use modern technology to bring international OCD specialists and people affected by Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) together. The webinar is open to anybody with an interest in learning more about OCD, all you need is a good internet connection to watch and listen to the webinar straight from your internet browser on your computer or via an app on mobile devices.
Our second live webinar will take place from 6pm on Tuesday 9th May with OCD specialist Professor Paul Salkovskis.
The webinars will offer people affected by OCD the opportunity to learn from these specialists and even the ability to ask questions. We had over 60 people register for our inaugural webinar, our audience included people with OCD, family members and health professionals.
Access is once again completely free of charge for OCD-UK members, but there is a small nominal charge of just £5 for non-members. Due to limited space members still need to register to reserve their spot, but will not be charged. To register and for further details please visit the webinar website at: http://www.ocdwebinar.org
Feedback from our inaugural webinar.
Loved @OCDUK inaugural webinar with @AdamRadomsky earlier this evening. A great start to a great new service from the charity. - Nick
A very good webinar from @OCDUK and professor Adam Radomsky this evening, thank you for hosting, well worth a look, it was great thanks. "Do you want to be more sure or less sure" could be a mantra when it comes to checking/rumination - Jonathan
Honoured to have delivered the inaugural @OCDUK webinar - I hope that it was useful and/or informative for attendees - Adam Radomsky
Fabulous, fabulous talk from Prof Adam Radomsky. Good questions from the floor and interesting answers. I declare our first OCD-UK webinar to be an all round success - Snowbear
I found the webinar yesterday extremely interesting and helpful. The other really useful point Adam made was over checking causing fuzzy memories. I have been working this out for my self and realizing the clarity I get if I don't check. Just brilliant to hear that is backed up by research. – Paulie
Found the first one SO useful and encouraging! Came away full of hope and energy! – Simone
Thank you for organising such a fantastic webinar with Prof Adam last night. I found it really informative and it gave me a lot more understanding of the condition, certainly the checking/memory scenario. – Styx402
Informative and helpful and how #OCD should be seen - as treatable! - Niki