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⇒Reach ADAA's public community by listing your practice on ADAA’s Find-A-Therapist platform. Engage with our more than 38 million consumers by sharing your expertise through hosting webinars or writing blog posts. ADAA members cited in the media are highlighted on the ADAA website, in ADAA's monthly public newsletter, and in ADAA's bi-weekly professional newsletter.
⇒Learn from other experts through ADAA’s live and on-demand professional webinars, (most offer CE and CME credits).
⇒Subscribe at no charge to ADAA's online journal - Depression and Anxiety. Readership consists of healthcare providers concerned with the etiology, pathophysiology, epidemiology, nosology, symptomatology, and treatment of anxiety and mood disorders (including bipolar disorders, major depression, and dysthymia). Reach a targeted audience of dedicated professionals by submitting a research article. Attain high visibility as ADAA's Depression & Anxiety is available online through Wiley Online Library® , Wiley’s Internet publishing platform. Wiley Online Library® has more than 29 million user sessions per year.
⇒Connect & Network with other professionals in the ADAA community in our members only online community (share your recent publications or research updates, post job openings, patient referrals, and more),and join a special interest group (SIG) or committee. SIGs are a vibrant forum for ADAA members with a common interest, such as a particular disorder, treatment, or population, while committees offer a home for those who would like to directly impact ADAA's public and professional education, the annual conference, membership and more.
⇒Mentor an ADAA early career professional or student. Share your experience and expertise. Contact Kesha Patel to learn more.
⇒Gain exclusive access to ADAA's educational projects and resources, such as the Pediatrician Outreach Project.
Special Partner Benefits for ADAA Members
"What I've noticed about being a six year member of ADAA is that the more I give to the organization, the more I get back. Several months ago I wrote a consumer blog post for the ADAA website about the fear of vomiting. The article received a huge response which led to me hosting a webinar on the same topic. Since then two people with this fear began treatment with me in my practice."
Ken Goodman, LCSW
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