Professional Growth | ADAA Member Benefits
As an ADAA member you enjoy many great benefits.
But did you know that joining ADAA also enhances your professional growth?
Participate in educational programs, publications, and governance when you join a committee or a SIG (special interest group). Members can also participate in monthly peer consultations through the SIGs. A great way to collaborate and expand your network.
Access professional webinars at no cost and receive CE credits at a discounted rate. View upcoming webinars.
Learn about current research through Depression and Anxiety, ADAA’s official online journal. Access is free for ADAA members.
Support ADAA’s mission through annual membership dues.: dues help facilitate producing and sharing free public education resources (webinars, blog posts, podcasts and more) for more than 38 million ADAA annual website visitors.
Mentor: there are many opportunities for ADAA members to mentor an early career professional and to share knowledge and expertise. Every year ADAA offers awards to aspiring professionals. Awards provide access to a professional home, free attendance at the annual conference and unique pairings with senior mentors from our membership. Learn more about how you can mentor someone and share your professional knowledge.
Review conference abstract submissions: this is a great way to get involved, learn from others, and share your expertise. ADAA receives close to 270 abstract submissions each year for its annual conference. Interested in being a reviewer? Please contact ADAA.
Write blog posts: ADAA is delighted to share public or professional-focused member blog posts (both geared towards the public or for professionals) on various innovative and current research and practice issues. Professional focused blog posts are posted on the ADAA website, shared through Insights – ADAA’s bi-weekly member email newsletter and highlighted on ADAA’s professional social media platforms. Consumer focused blog posts are posted on the consumer blog post page of the ADAA website, shared via social media and through Triumph, ADAA’s monthly consumer email newsletter. Interested in writing a blog post? Contact Lise Bram.
Host professional or consumer focused webinars: ADAA offers interactive webinars for CE credit every month. These live one-hour audiovisual presentations include a brief Q&A session. Following the live event, a recording is made available to the professional community through ADAA’s website and email outreach communications. ADAA publicizes these webinars through its member email newsletter and through its social media platforms. Reach a wide group of professionals from around the country and around the world. Share your knowledge and teach others. ADAA members are also encouraged to host a public-focused hour-long webinar. These are pre-recorded and made available through ADAA’s website, email newsletters and social media platforms. Reach a wide audience, help those who are struggling and share your expertise. Interested in hosting a webinar? Contact Lise Bram.
Share your recent research or news placements with ADAA’s 1,800+ member community and the 38 million annual consumer website visitors through ADAA’s email communications and social media platforms. Just published a book? ADAA posts member publications on the website. Reach a wide audience and promote your work! Recently published or quoted in a news article? Contact Lise Bram.
Collaborate, network and learn. ADAA offers you a professional home where you can share your research or news, learn from national and international experts and colleagues, and form relationships that can advance your career. As a member you are encouraged to join ADAA’s member online community “My ADAA” – an interactive platform ideal for sharing publication announcements, job postings, discussions, and more.
ADAA Blog Content and Blog Comments Policy
ADAA provides this Website blogs for the benefit of its members and the public. The content, view and opinions published in Blogs written by our personnel or contributors – or from links or posts on the Website from other sources – belong solely to their respective authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of ADAA, its members, management or employees. Any comments or opinions expressed are those of their respective contributors only. Please remember that the open and real-time nature of the comments posted to these venues makes it is impossible for ADAA to confirm the validity of any content posted, and though we reserve the right to review and edit or delete any such comment, we do not guarantee that we will monitor or review it. As such, we are not responsible for any messages posted or the consequences of following any advice offered within such posts. If you find any posts in these posts/comments to be offensive, inaccurate or objectionable, please contact us via email at [email protected] and reference the relevant content. If we determine that removal of a post or posts is necessary, we will make reasonable efforts to do so in a timely manner.
ADAA expressly disclaims responsibility for and liabilities resulting from, any information or communications from and between users of ADAA’s blog post commenting features. Users acknowledge and agree that they may be individually liable for anything they communicate using ADAA’s blogs, including but not limited to defamatory, discriminatory, false or unauthorized information. Users are cautioned that they are responsible for complying with the requirements of applicable copyright and trademark laws and regulations. By submitting a response, comment or content, you agree that such submission is non-confidential for all purposes. Any submission to this Website will be deemed and remain the property of ADAA.
The ADAA blogs are forums for individuals to share their opinions, experiences and thoughts related to mental illness. ADAA wants to ensure the integrity of this service and therefore, use of this service is limited to participants who agree to adhere to the following guidelines:
1. Refrain from transmitting any message, information, data, or text that is unlawful, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, that may be invasive of another ‘s privacy, hateful, or bashing communications – especially those aimed at gender, race, color, sexual orientation, national origin, religious views or disability.
Please note that there is a review process whereby all comments posted to blog posts and webinars are reviewed by ADAA staff to determine appropriateness before comments are posted. ADAA reserves the right to remove or edit a post containing offensive material as defined by ADAA.
ADAA reserves the right to remove or edit posts that contain explicit, obscene, offensive, or vulgar language. Similarly, posts that contain any graphic files will be removed immediately upon notice.
2. Refrain from posting or transmitting any unsolicited, promotional materials, “junk mail,” “spam,” “chain mail,” “pyramid schemes” or any other form of solicitation. ADAA reserves the right to delete these posts immediately upon notice.
3. ADAA invites and encourages a healthy exchange of opinions. If you disagree with a participant ‘s post or opinion and wish to challenge it, do so with respect. The real objective of the ADAA blog post commenting function is to promote discussion and understanding, not to convince others that your opinion is “right.” Name calling, insults, and personal attacks are not appropriate and will not be tolerated. ADAA will remove these posts immediately upon notice.
4. ADAA promotes privacy and encourages participants to keep personal information such as address and telephone number from being posted. Similarly, do not ask for personal information from other participants. Any comments that ask for telephone, address, e-mail, surveys and research studies will not be approved for posting.
5. Participants should be aware that the opinions, beliefs and statements on blog posts do not necessarily represent the opinions and beliefs of ADAA. Participants also agree that ADAA is not to be held liable for any loss or injury caused, in whole or in part, by sponsorship of blog post commenting. Participants also agree that ADAA reserves the right to report any suspicions of harm to self or others as evidenced by participant posts.