Parents Project

We're delighted to confirm that following funding from The National Lottery Community Fund, we able to relaunch our parents project.

The project is specifically designed for parents who have children with OCD between the ages of 5-18, which is the CAMHS age bracket (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services).  To find out more information about the project, and to book please click the button below.

Parents Project

Welcome to OCD-UK

Helping you understand Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

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.

Support from OCD-UK
Please note our support services are only available (Mon-Fri) and for UK residents. Please check our contact page for details of the helpline availability. We only offer advice/support, and are unable to offer therapeutic or crisis support.
Zoom OCD Meetings


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.

Group Dates

Supporting children and adults

Working 365 days a year

Putting the people we work for first!


Written by the OCD-UK Team.

This book about OCD was written by OCD-UK's Zoë Wilson and Ashley Fulwood and published in October 2022. All author royalties have been donated to OCD-UK and proceeds of book sales through this website will also benefit OCD-UK.
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Working to make a difference

As long as stigma and media misconception surrounding OCD persists, as long as people continue to suffer because of OCD, our work must continue.



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.

Discussion Forums

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.