2018 Clinical Program

Connect and Engage with National Experts

August 19 - 22, 2018 | Disneyland, CA
Earn up to 23 CE Hours and 6 Ethics Hours

2018 Featured Speakers for the Clinical Program:

Claudia Black, PhD
Author, Trainer
Stefanie Carnes, PhD, LMFT, CSAT-S, Clinical Sexologist
Dan Griffin, MA
CEO & Lead Consultant
Griffin Recovery Enterprises, Inc.
Tony Hoffman, Former BMX Pro
U.S. Olympic Coach & Person in Recovery
Louise Stanger, EdD, LCSW, CIP, CDWF,
Author-Educator-Speaker, Interventionist
All About Interventions
Bari K. Platter, MS, RN, PMHCNS-BC,
Clinical Nurse Specialist, CeDAR- Center for Dependencey, Addiction and Rehabilitation, University of Colorado
John D. Clapp, PhD,
Professor and Executive Vice Dean,
USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of
Social Work
Pamela Harmell, PhD, Professor,
Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education & Psychology

Join addiction treatment professionals of all types working together to heal our communities at the National Conference on Alcohol & Addiction Disorders, August 19-22, 2018, in Disneyland, California. NCAD is a comprehensive conference experience, with dedicated tracks for clinicians of all types working in the community. Earn CE and ethics credits, network with your peers, and take valuable and actionable education back to your office by attending NCAD 2018.


NEW in 2018, NCAD will have a dedicated focus on alcohol use and misuse. Click here to learn more.

2018 Topics Include:
Who Should Attend:
  • Alcohol    
  • Co-Occurring Disorders – Families and Treatment
  • Counseling/Clinical Strategies    
  • Ethics
  • Gender Matters-Trauma Integrated
  • Holistic Care
  • Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment
  • Pain Management
  • Prescription Drug and Opioid Abuse
  • Prevention/Intervention
  • Process Addictions
  • Professional Development
  • Recovery Housing
  • Clinicians
    • Counselors
    • Therapists
    • Psychologists
    • Private practice professionals
    • Interventionists
    • Social workers
  • Others with cause commitment
    • Law enforcement
    • Advocates, families, people in recovery
    • Public health and government officials