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New research study: Understanding Thoughts and Behaviours in Emetophobia and Panic

Latin American OCD Research Study

Interview with Jason Adams (Author of OCDad)

Biohaven OCD Study – join the latest clinical trial

Orchard’s brand new 2021 Impact Report is out now!

OCD Study: to examine those with OCD who have had at least one inpatient hospitalization

Brand new OCD Webinar – “OCD & Hoarding”

We have received funding for our upcoming OCD video project!

Post-lockdown Mental Health Study

Would you be interested in applying for up to £200,000 for your OCD research project?

New OCD research – participate in a quick survey

Welcome Juliet – Our New Head of Fundraising & Communications

Important Psilocybin Study Update

Summary of the 17th Annual Scientific Meeting of the ECNP-OCRN International College of Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorders (ICOCS)

OCD & Shame – New OCD Research

New OCD Study! The Effect of Difficult Interpersonal Memories on Emotional Responses

Hiring – Fundraising and Communications Officer

Why should I participate in OCD research?

OCD and Me: Battling the ‘dictator within’

Are you a young person and would like to work for Orchard?

OCD Quote of the Day

Brand New OCD Animation Video

A Personal Experience with Deep Brain Stimulation

What 2020 was like for Orchard OCD?

Interested in telling your OCD story?

Psilocybin study continues to aim for launch in early 2021

Orchard Funds New Medical Device Study for OCD – Seeking Participants Now 

Supporting a sibling suffering from OCD

CBT and OCD: I Thought It Was Just Me…

Myths and Truths surrounding OCD

Study launched to find out how lockdown lifting is affecting mental health

Orchard in the New Atlas

The Unique Challenge of COVID-19 to those with OCD: Lessons from Cognitive Psychology

Treatment – the waiting game

Patients failing at treatment, or treatment failing patients?

The hidden costs of OCD

Why Talking Therapies don’t work for everyone

A torturer in my brain

An Unwanted Intruder by Samantha Crilly

The walking wounded

Part 2. What happened next

Part 1. First it was checking

This thing’s like a Chameleon

Singing in the Rain: 52 Practical Steps to Happiness

Why OCD is miserable

Living with OCD

Short BBC documentary on OCD

The D in OCD

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