Therapists & Researchers
Find out what the 2014 Career Development Leadership Program cohort has been doing in 2014.
˃ “The CDLP was invaluable to my professional advancement.”
˃ “The program provided a wonderful opportunity to hear from leaders in the field and network with other young professionals.”
˃ “I would like to note that CDLP was directly helpful in the process of applying for grants.”
˃ “Participating in the ADAA Career Development Leadership Program provided great momentum for 2014.”
Workshop: Introduction to Complicated Grief Treatment
April 24, 2015, Columbia School of Social Work (New York)
Full-day introduction to complicated grief and complicated grief treatment
Sign up or learn more here, or ceg2160 [at] columbia [dot] edu (email Colleen Gribbin,) Program Coordinator.
Thursday, April 9
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Each session is two hours; see specific times below.
|Therapy for Perfectionism|
3:00 – 5:00 pm
Changing the Anxious Mind — Rapidly
Thursday, April 9
9:00 am – 4:30 pm
6 CE or CME
Ticketed event (includes lunch):
ADAA mourns the loss of Robin Williams and too many others whose lives have ended due to suicide. His tragic death illustrates the great need for increased public awareness of the grave risk that suicide poses.
Free Online Series: Recognizing and Treating Anxiety Disorders
ADAA has partnered with QuantiaMD to help health care providers better recognize and treat anxiety disorders. ADAA board member Mark Pollack, MD, has assembled a world-class faculty to deliver a web and mobile educational series of brief interactive presentations accessible from your computer, smartphone, or tablet computer.
Take a Survey on Mobile Apps
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences at McMaster University is conducting an online survey about the attitudes of mental health professionals and the use of mobile apps in clinical practice. It includes questions about your use of mobile technology and perceptions of its use in clinical practice.
ADAA member Dr. Richard Heimberg, director of the Adult Anxiety Clinic of Temple University, explains social anxiety disorder, which affects more than 15 million Americans.