Why Attend This Conference?
Here's what colleagues who focus on anxiety and related disorders say:
The conference is collegial and friendly, and it provides an invaluable opportunity to meet and share your research and clinical experience with colleagues from around the world.... You won’t find a more multidisciplinary audience, made up of clinicians and researchers, students, postdoctoral fellows, clinical trainees, and residents.
Darin Dougherty, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital, 2012 Conference Chair
The annual conference is a guaranteed way for me and my staff to learn about the latest treatment and research on the anxiety disorders in a friendly collegial setting. It is a great opportunity to meet others across the world who share my enthusiasm for staying on top of the latest trends in the field of anxiety disorders.
Karen Cassiday, PhD, Director, Anxiety & Agoraphobia Treatment Center, Northbrook, Illinois
The enthusiasm at the ADAA Annual Conference is addicting! I was so excited after attending my first ADAA conference that I shared the information with my colleagues, who now all come to the conference. As each of us acquires new skills, we are able to drastically improve the treatment of anxiety disorders in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Kimberly J. Morrow, LCSW, Erie, Pennsylvania
This conference is so valuable for continuing your skills and training.
Reid Wilson, PhD, Director of the Anxiety Disorders Treatment Center
The ADAA Annual Conference is one of my favorite conferences. It is very big in content and collegiality. It is intimate, engaging, and scholarly — not to be missed.
Tom Ollendick, PhD, Virginia Tech
Simply the finest conference for clinicians, researchers, and students working with anxiety disorders!
Terence M. Keane, PhD, VA Boston Healthcare System, National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder'; President, ADAA Board of Directors
ADAA is my professional home. In one compact conference, I can find updates on the most recent research findings, network with senior clinicians from all over, and find quality presentations on topics relevant to my daily work.
Sally Winston, PsyD, Director, Anxiety & Stress Disorders Institute of Maryland
The ADAA Annual Conference is the premier meeting of clinicians and researchers focused on the state of the art in the anxiety disorders.
Mark Pollack, MD, Chairman, Department of Psychiatry, Rush University Medical Center
This is an exceptional conference! It is a golden opportunity to learn from the very best in the field, or simply to refresh your clinical skills while networking with colleagues.
Christine Vercellino, LCSW-C, private practice, Gaithersburg, Maryland