Benefits of ADAA Membership
Membership Has Benefits
Promote your practice in the Find a Therapist directory. Individuals searching for a therapist in your area will have access to your profile. Link to your professional or personal website for an additional small cost. (Professional members only.)
Attend the premier professional conference on the treatment and research of anxiety and anxiety-related disorders at a significant discount. The ADAA Annual Conference is your opportunity to interact with thought leaders in the field and present workshops, papers, and posters. Professional members can earn up to 30 continuing education credit hours at no additional cost.
New! Private Online Networking Community
- Password-protected online social networking community for ADAA members only.
- Connect, collaborate, and network with professionals in your field.
- Share knowledge, experiences, and resources.
- Members-Only Directory. Find your colleagues quickly: Different and separate from the Find a Therapist directory for consumers, this one is accessible only to ADAA members who log in. All members are included unless you choose to opt out.
- Click on Member Login at the top of this page, then follow directions.
Receive a complimentary subscription to the peer-reviewed Depression and Anxiety, the official journal of ADAA.
Share award-winning brochures with your clients. The brochures are available to members at bulk-rate discounts. You'll receive a free "Treat OCD" professional resource kit when you join.
Receive the latest research and information. Our e-newsletter, Anxiety News & Updates, is e-mailed monthly.
Awards Program recognizes members for participation and commitment to the association and community. Three new awards were added in 2011: Jerilyn Ross Clinician Advocate Award, ADAA Members of Distinction, and Clinician Outreach Award. Students and early career professionals may also apply for awards through the ADAA Awards Program.
"I find membership in ADAA both stimulating and rewarding. I highly value its interdisciplinary and collegial nature, and I also believe deeply in its mission."
H. Blair Simpson, MD, PhD
Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University
Director of the Anxiety Disorders Clinic and OCD Research Program, New York State Psychiatric Institute