LIVE webinar

with Professor Paul Salkovskis starts in…


Bringing you closer to OCD specialists

Webinar Subject: Decided by OCD-UK forum members

  • The importance of the cognitive aspect of therapy within the treatment of OCD
  • How can this aspect of therapy help with different types of OCD
  • Q&A with Professor Salkovskis

Our online webinar uses 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.  Our OCD specialist guest presenter will deliver a LIVE presentation straight to your computer screen, allowing you to listen to an international OCD specialist and even post questions to be answered during the webinar.

All you need is a PC or mobile device with a good internet connection capable of live streaming straight to your device.

The webinar is completely FREE of charge to OCD-UK members, and just a nominal £5 fee for non-members.

Webinar places are strictly limited, so register for your place today.
* Although free of charge for OCD-UK members, due to limited space members are still required to register for the webinar.
** Those who registered for previous webinars must register again if an OCD-UK member or register/pay again if not an OCD-UK member.

9th May 2017

6pm (GMT)

Duration 60-90 Min

FREE for OCD-UK members


Our inaugural OCD webinar will be presented by OCD specialist Professor Adam Radomsky, and will be moderated by Ashley Fulwood of OCD-UK.

Professor Paul Salkovskis
Professor Paul SalkovskisUniversity of Bath
Professor Paul Salkovskis is Professor of Clinical Psychology and Applied Science at the University of Bath working on the understanding and treatment of anxiety disorders and is thoroughly committed to the NHS. Paul is also a patron of OCD-UK. In 2010 he was appointed Programme Director for the Clinical Psychology Doctorate Programme at Bath, previously he was Professor of Clinical Psychology and Applied Science and Clinical Director in the Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma (CADAT) at the Institute of Psychiatry (Maudsley) (2000-2010).

Professor Salkovskis has extensive links with other researchers and resources which allow access to participants for the research, most of which is focused on the application of cognitive theories. He also has international collaborations with a range of other research centres across the world.

Ashley Fulwood
Ashley FulwoodOCD-UK
Moderating this webinar will be Ashley Fulwood, Chief Executive of OCD-UK.

Like many of the people viewing this webinar, Ashley has himself suffered with OCD and still does, although now considers himself 90% recovered where OCD bad days are infrequent.

Ashley co-founded OCD-UK in 2004 and during the last 12 years he’s hosted the annual OCD-UK conference, and each month he facilitates OCD support groups.

Ashley also works to help and support people with OCD on a daily basis through his work with OCD-UK.

What is a Webinar?

A webinar is a live meeting that takes place over the web using your internet browser or the Adobe Connect app on mobile devices. The OCD-UK webinars will be just like attending one of our conferences, viewers will get to see  a visual and hear an audio presentation from our OCD expert, who will present using PowerPoint and their own webcam.  Webinar participants will be able to view the presentation, and anonymously type questions for the presenter. Whilst you can see and hear the presenters, nobody will be able to see or hear you, which means you remain completely anonymous.

The screenshot below is from our inaugural webinar with Professor Adam Radomsky in March.

In order to be able to view our webinar via a mobile device you may need to install the Adobe Connect app on your phone/device. Please click here to download the Adobe Connect app for Apple, Android, Blackberry.

Webinar places are strictly limited, so register for your place today!

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