Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are a vibrant forum for ADAA members with a common interest, such as a particular disorder, treatment, or population. SIGs encourage education, research, mentoring, and networking.
SIGs meet virtually and in person at the annual conference. SIG members propose conference symposia and workshops, topics for public or professional education webinars, or web content. Program suggestions must be approved by ADAA committees (e.g. Professional Education, Conference, or Public Education).
SIGs can hold free monthly online peer consultation groups to provide a safe and confidential forum for members to discuss cases, collaborate, and share resources.
Please view the ADAA SIG Guidelines for responsibilities and expectations.
- Child and Adolescent
- Early Career Professionals and Students
- Genetics and Neuroscience
- Integrative Behavioral Health
- Multicultural Advances
- OCD and Related Disorders
- Social Anxiety
- Women's Mental Health