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Why Sponsor or Exhibit?
ADAA had a record number of attendees at the 2017 Conference. More than 1,300 psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, social workers, counselors, biological and psychosocial researchers, physicians, and nurses from around the world met to focus on treating adults and children with anxiety, depression and comorbid disorders. We anticipate an even larger attendance in 2018!
Your decision to participate benefits your company/organization by:
Contact with attendees who come together to discuss new treatments, research and how to improve patient care in part by exploring the exhibit hall and promotional opportunities
Showcasing your latest products/research, provide hands-on experience and information sharing, and to gain and retain your standing in the mental health market
Preference on your choice of space placement to ensure the best exposure
Booths are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis and go quickly - reserve your placement today!
- Meet with the leaders in the fields of anxiety and depression and related disorders
- Build professional networks that last a lifetime
- Earn CE or CME credits
- Find a mentor
- Participate in career development sessions
- Access high-quality educational sessions
- Disseminate cutting-edge basic and clinical research
- Connect with researchers and clinicians from around the world
- Learn about new treatment options to help your patients
Unexpected highlights, new things to learn, collegial atmosphere, depth of content, and so much more. Thousands of stories arise from an ADAA conference. Read on for some of them. Read stories
Featured Story: SIGs
Our special interest groups (SIGs) provide a forum for ADAA members who have a common interest in a particular disorder, treatment, or research. Learn about two of these groups.