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  • 3rd Annual ADACBGA Conference, Atlanta, GA

    Thu June 11, 2015 - Fri June 12, 2015
    The goal of this conference is to provide competency-based certification that will assure quality care for those affected by substance abuse. Certification offers evidence that standards of knowledge, skill, experience, and demonstration of competency have been met.
  • American Sociological Association (ASA) Annual Meeting-Chicago, IL

    Sat August 22, 2015 - Tue August 25, 2015
    110th ASA Annual Meeting | August 22-25, 2015 Hilton Chicago and Hilton Palmer House Chicago, IL
  • UCSDccarta 44th Annual Summer Clinical Institute -San Diego, CA

    Tue June 02, 2015 - Wed June 03, 2015
    Addiction Studies
  • Mental Health & The Church-Lake Forest, CA

    Thu October 15, 2015
    Together we will commit to come alongside, support, learn from, and compassionately care for those living with mental illness.
  • The 9th World Congress on Mental Health-Columbia, SC

    Wed September 09, 2015 - Fri September 11, 2015
    The Clifford Beers Foundation and the University of South Carolina present the 9th World Congress on the Promotion of Mental Health and the Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders: Global Knowledge for Local Change.
  • Mental Health America Annual Conference-Alexandria, VA

    Wed June 03, 2015 - Fri June 05, 2015
    On June 3-5, 2015 Mental Health America will hold its 2015 Annual Conference with the theme Intervention and Innovation Before Stage 4. Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter is serving as Chair of the 2015 Annual Conference Honorary Committee. The event will include several high level plenary sessions, keynote speeches, breakout sessions, and our 2nd Annual Innovation Nation that highlights pioneering programs on the local level. Each year, Mental Health America’s Conference brings together advocates, educators, researchers, business and community leaders, members of Congress and the administration, and health professionals from across the country.
  • Moments of Change-Palm Beach, FL

    Mon September 28, 2015 - Tue September 01, 2015

    On the forefront of behavioral health education, Moments of Change addresses topics not simply relating to typical substance use disorders or mental health conditions—but also to the atypical situations, specialty populations and complex cases. We want to prepare you for changing conditions in a changing world, and we also want to boost the health of your organization—your connections, your revenue and your efficiency.

  • The Association of Addiction Professionals (NAADAC) 2015 Annual Conference- Washington, DC

    Fri October 09, 2015 - Tue October 13, 2015
    This conference will feature a broad array of topics and formats, including four all-day pre-conference seminars on October 9, daily keynote speakers in plenary sessions, breakout workshops, and a visit to Capitol Hill to meet with congressional leaders and advocate for the addiction professsion. The annual conference will also feature an Awards Luncheon to honor outstanding addiction-focused professionals from around the nation and an evening event to support the NAADAC Education & Research Foundation (NERF).
  • American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry 26th Annual Meeting-Huntington Beach, CA

    Thu December 03, 2015 - Sun December 06, 2015
    The Annual Meeting provides the latest and scientific developments in Addiction Psychiatry to physicians and allied health professionals who treat patients with substance use disorders and mental health disorders. The meeting is structured to encourage interaction among clinicians from various disciplines, approaches, and settings.
  • Treating Anxiety: Children/Adolescents/Adults-Boston, MA

    Fri December 11, 2015 - Sat December 12, 2015

    This course will provide the latest research findings and clinical applications for the diagnosis and treatment of anxiety disorders throughout the lifecycle. The treatment of anxiety is ever changing as new protocols are discovered to alleviate the stress and anxiety of the patient. Topics will include biological, psychological, cultural, and sociological influences impacting outcome. Different and new evidence-based treatment approaches will be presented through lectures, case studies, panel discussions, and question and answer sessions.