ADAA offers two to three live one-hour interactive webinars each month. Webinars include a Q&A session. You can search (on the right hand side of this page) through all of ADAA's upcoming live webinars by keyword or by population. All upcoming webinars are also listed below in chronological/date order. Please note that in order to receive CE and CME credit you must pay the associated fee and complete the assessment. It is the responsibility of the registrant to complete the assessment by the deadline or forfeit credits.

  • CE Credit are approved by:
    • ACCME
    • APA
    • ASBW
    • NBCC
    • CAMFT
    • New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work
  • Live Webinar Pricing:
    • Free to ADAA members not seeking CE credits
    • $25 for ADAA members seeking CE credits
    • $30 for Non-Members not seeking CE credits
    • $50 for Non-Members seeking CE credits
  • FAQs (What You Need to Know About ADAA Professional Webinars)

If you would like to present a professional webinar, please complete this form and submit the appropriate documents to Astrid Masfar, ADAA Senior Education and Outreach Coordinator.

Please view ADAA's Webinar Notice.

If you have any questions, please contact Astrid Masfar.

CE Credit
January 24, 2019
Lynne Siqueland, PhD
Tamar Chanksy, PhD

Despite the debate in the medical community surrounding PANS (Pediatric Acute Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome), therapists specializing in child anxiety, OCD and tics will encounter families and children trying to determine if PANS is part of the clinical picture.

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CE Credit
February 12, 2019
Eli Lebowitz, PhD

Burgeoning research has highlighted the importance of family accommodation in obsessive-compulsive disorder and other anxiety disorders. Family accommodation is considered a key factor impacting childhood OCD, implicated in its course, severity, impairment, and treatment response.

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CE Credit
February 20, 2019
Debra Kissen, PhD, MHSA
Lynne Siqueland, PhD
Ruth Lippin, LCSW, JD

Only 31% of children suffering from anxiety and related disorders currently receive evidence-based treatment.

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