|4/5/2018||Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) 2018 ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION CONFERENCE||The ADAA 2018 38th Annual Conference will bring together clinicians and researchers who want to improve treatments and find cures for anxiety, depression and related disorders. Join more than 1,300 peers from across the US and around the world. Connect, share and collaborate. Choose from 170+ sessions, hear engaging keynotes, learn about cutting-edge thinking in research and clinical practice, and earn continuing education credits (CEs and CMEs).
|4/12/2018||Society for Research on Adolescence||Minneapolis, MN
April 12-14, 2018
The 2018 Biennial Meeting will host researchers and persons with an interest in any aspect of research on adolescence. The Biennial will contain topics with empirical, theoretical, historical, and methodological research from all disciplines related to adolescence.
|4/20/2018||California Conference for Addiction Professionals||April 20 – 22, 2018
Excellence in Education for Addiction Professionals
Co-Sponsored with NAADAC – Los Angeles CA
Earn up to 20 Units!
The conference will feature presentations by members of NAADAC Leadership:
Cynthia Moreno Tuohy, NCAC II, CDC III, SAP, NAADAC's Executive Director, will present the keynote session Rein In Your Brain
Kansas Cafferty, LMFT, NCC AP Commissioner, will present Supervision in AOD Counseling
Kirk Bowden, PhD, LPC, MAC, SAP, NAADAC's Immediate Past President, and John Korkow, LAC, PhD, SAP, NASAC's Chair, will present Accreditation of Addiction Studies Program
|4/23/2018||Call for Papers: Innovative and Creative Training Strategies Submission Deadline Rolling Submissions Accepted||he editorial team of Training and Education in Professional Psychology (TEPP) is establishing a regular forum for brief articles on training activities. We seek relatively brief manuscript submissions that report on innovative and creative strategies and implementation for education and training including reports from doctoral, internship and postdoctoral programs.
As noted in the editorial published in the first issue of TEPP in 2014 (PDF, 42KB), the editorial team seeks submissions that will help the field of professional and health service psychology develop a stronger evidence base for training and education in the field. Consequently, these brief reports need to include data and initial reports of effectiveness (or at a minimum, authors need to indicate how there is a plan of action for conducting such evaluations).||http://wwwhttp://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/tep/call-for-papers-training-strategies.aspx ||Publishing
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