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INSTITUTE FOR THE OF Advancement Behavioral Healthcare Events.

National Events

APRIL 22-25, 2019 | ATLANTA, GA

Be part of the discussion at the largest national gathering of stakeholders working together to address the opioid crisis. Prevention, treatment, law enforcement, public health, and many others exchange best practices and hear from state and federal officials at the annual Rx Summit. www.nationalrxdrugabusesummit.org

AUGUST 14-18, 2019 | BALTIMORE, MD

Addiction professionals annually convene at NCAD to share what's working: Clinicians hear from thought leaders on delivering treatment, while executives of behavioral healthcare organizations learn how to run more effective, more efficient, and ethically minded businesses. www.ncadcon.com

DECEMBER 10-12, 2018 | SCOTTSDALE, AZ

Senior executives of treatment centers, and those investing in these enterprises, discuss growth strategies and market dynamics at this exclusive, three-day educational and networking event. www.treatmentcenterretreat.com

JUNE 10-12, 2019 I NEW ORLEANS, LA

TCEM provides CEOs, CFOs, COOs, directors, senior marketing/business development/ admissions leaders, and other executives with the tools they need to effectively and ethically grow their services in a rapidly changing market. www.executiveandmarketingretreat.com

OCTOBER 3-6, 2019 | SAN DIEGO, CA

Psych Congress, affiliated with the Institute, serves as a unique, integrated forum to connect members of the entire mental health team--psychiatrists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, psychologists, primary care physicians, and other mental health professionals--with the foremost experts in mental health to improve patient outcomes through education. www.psychcongress.com/psychcongress/

MARCH 8-10, 2019 | BOSTON, MA

Elevate by Psych Congress features the nation's brightest minds in psychiatry and mental health combined with breakout thinkers who challenge convention. www.psychcongress.com/elevate/

National-Regional Events

The Summits for Clinical Excellence bring together thought leaders on cutting-edge topics in multi-day national and regional conferences. Summits on mindfulness, trauma, process addiction, and shame appeal particularly to private practice behavioral healthcare professionals. Other Summits address the national opioid crisis from a regional perspective and engage a diverse group of stakeholders. Many Summits offer treatment ethics continuing education credits.

* PHOENIX, AZ February 20-22, 2019 Science and Spirit: Clinical Strategies for Addressing Trauma, Mental Illness, and Addiction www.scienceandspiritsummit.com

* CHICAGO, IL March 4-5, 2019 The Opioid Crisis: Strategies for Treatment and Recovery www.chicagoopioidsummit.com

* CHICAGO, IL March 6-9, 2019 The National Conference on Trauma, Addictions, and Mindfulness: Where Freud Meets Buddha www.chicagosummitconference.com

Psych Congress Regionais are designed for mental health and primary care clinicians looking to advance their psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, and wellness knowledge in a location near their practice.

www.psychcongress.com/psychregionals

* SAN ANTONIO, TX December 1, 2018 www.psychcongress.com/ psychregionals/locations/sanantonio

* PHILADELPHIA, PA March 23, 2019

* SEATTLE, WA April 6, 2019

* ATLANTA, GA April 13, 2019

* CHICAGO, IL May 11, 2019

* DENVER, CO June 8, 2019

* AUSTIN, TX September 21, 2019

* ST. LOUIS, MO October 26, 2019

* TAMPA, FL December 7, 2019

Local Events

The National Conference on Alcohol & Addiction Disorders convenes panel discussions across the country in a lunch & learn format. www.iabhc.com/local

2018 Upcoming events:

December 5, Baltimore December 6, San Diego

2019 locations to be announced soon

Virtual Events

Hear from experts on clinical, managerial, and other topics in our frequent, free-to-attend Webinars. www.iabhc.com/webinars
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