FAQs on OCD
Brand new book published on 27th October
Welcome to OCD-UK
Information plays an important role in helping people understand and come to terms with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
We’re here to educate, offer hope and support people through the difficult times, right through to recovery and everything in between, we are OCD-UK.
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An audience with Professor Roz Shafran
Understanding parental experiences of early obsessive-compulsive signs emerging at 4-10 years
David Beckham Documentary – Our Statement
NHS Talking Therapies for Anxiety and Depression, the new name for IAPT
OCD-UK condemn New York Post article
OCD Support Groups
Facilitated by staff and volunteers with lived experience, our online support groups are a place to share experiences and exchange recovery focussed ideas run twice a week and are completely free to access.
For further information and to reserve a space please click the link below.
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Support OCD-UK by buying any product from our online shop. Check back here for discount codes each month.
OCD-UK HoodiesOur stylish and comfortable OCD-UK hoodies are back in stock and discounted 10% off until the end of December 2022.
Alternatively, become an OCD-UK member to receive a £5 off discount code.
ONE OF US HAS TO GOIn partnership with the author we are selling the paperback version of the book for just
Use checkout discount code: one5go
Join our team of fantastic fundraisers!Are you interested in taking part in a challenge to raise awareness and important funds for OCD-UK this year? If so, we have a range of different fundraising events to choose from, starting with the Great Manchester 10k on Sunday 21st May!
OCD Discussion Forums
Facilitated by staff and volunteers with lived experience, our online discussion forums are a place to share experiences and seek community support.
In order to post you will need to create an account on our discussion forums website. Don't worry, you can use an alias and it's free to access the main support forum. At the moment you can not use Gmail email accounts to register on the forums.