NADD International Congress & Exhibit Show. Well-Being in Dual Diagnosis: Research to Practice (IDD/MI). May 7-9, 2014
May 7-9, 2014
Venue: Miami, Florida
Organizer: The National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (NADD)
Well-Being in Dual Diagnosis: Research to Practice (IDD/MI)
Miami, Florida May 7-9, 2014
- Diagnostic Nomenclature (DSM-5, DM-ID, ICD, DC-LD)
- Issues in Aging
- International Views in Autism: Latest Updates in Research and Treatments
- Criminal Offenders with IDD Involved with the Police and Legal System
- Latest Updates on Worldwide Psychopharmacology
- Wellness & Quality of Life: A Multidisciplinary Perspective
Registration Information and Brochure
Information about the International Congress is now available on the NADD website. Register before March 31 and save. Click here to download the brochure and to register for the International Congress.
From the Lab to the Bedside: Translating Research on Mental Health Services and DD into Policy and Practice. Yona Lunsky, PhD, Canada
Mental Disorder, Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Crime. William Lindsay, PhD, Scotland
Psychiatric Disorders and Behavioral Problems in Autism. Susan Folstein, MD, United States
There will be fifteen sessions on Thursday and fourteen sessions on Friday. Topics include: CBT, criminal offenders, research, diagnostic systems, ASD, DBT, and others.
The International Congress will be held at the Hilton Miami Downtown. Room rates of $185.00 single/double occupancy are available until April 17, 2014. Hotel Reservations call: 1-800-HILTONS, Mention: NADD. Click here for Hotel Online Reservations. Direct Phone: 1-305-374-0000 NADD guests receive complimentary wireless internet in the meeting space and sleeping rooms.
Exhibit space is still available. Click here for details.