The membership committee builds and promotes ADAA membership and works to increase retention of current members. The committee creates new recruitment materials and outreach plans to promote the value of ADAA membership and works to encourage a diverse membership. Committee members participate in conference activities and cultivate member engagement throughout the year. The committee embraces new members with creative ideas - please join us in building ADAA membership.
Membership Committee Chair
Brian Schmaus, PhD
Anxiety Treatment Center of Greater Chicago
Dr. Brian Schmaus is a clinical psychologist at the Anxiety Treatment Center of Greater Chicago. He earned his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. Dr. Schmaus has received training from leading experts in the fields of anxiety and related disorders. He uses empirically supported treatments and tailors every treatment plan to the specific clinical needs of the patient. Dr. Schmaus has extensive experience working with anxious patients on the Autism Spectrum, and he has given several presentations at national conferences on the topic. He has also presented on anxiety and anxiety related disorders and has authored publications in peer-reviewed journals.
Membership Committee Members
Kristy Allen, PhD
Nicholas Carleton, PhD
Kathleen Delaney, PhD PMH-NP
Heather Greenawalt, LCSW-R
Johanna Kaplan, PhD
Stephanie Woodrow, LCPC NCC
Annual Report - 2019
The membership committee has 7 current members and we have actively been working on increasing our membership. We aim for a balance of researchers and clinicians.
One of our main accomplishments this year has been our efforts to become active on Social Link. We also send personalized e-mails to all new members. Membership Committee members make an active effort to talk with first time attendees during the conference every year. Our new member breakfast in 2019 was very well attended.
One of main goals for 2020 is to create a mentorship program. This has been an ongoing effort for over a year involving coordination with other committees for guidance.