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WCS 2022
Provided by the North American Center for Continuing Medical Education
Welcome to the Next Chapter
June 2–5, 2022 | La Quinta, CA

When it comes to treating addiction, we’re stronger together. Join our community of industry leaders and mental health professionals, as we return to La Quinta, CA next June. We are excited to expand our network and unite our efforts with three leading behavioral health and addiction meetings from across the country:

At the West Coast Symposium, you’ll find yourself among like-minded professionals, learning and addressing the significant challenges we must overcome—together. Join us as we rise above the challenges, reverse the numbers, and celebrate recovery. 

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Highlights

Unite together to discuss new treatment strategies, connect and engage with national and influential leaders, and take away critical knowledge to address the significant changes in addiction treatment.

50+
Nationally Recognized Speakers
45+
Educational Sessions
65+
CME/CE Credits Including On Demand
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Who Should Attend?
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West Coast Symposium is designed and accredited for professionals in the fields of addiction and behavioral health:

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Counselors
Therapists
Interventionists
Social Workers
Advanced Practice Nurses
Psychiatrists
Psychologists
Physician Assistants
Primary Care Physicians
Executives
Marketers
Others with cause commitment
Featured Faculty

Here are some of the multi-disciplinary experts from across the nation who joined us at West Coast Symposium - 2021.

Stephanie Covington, PhD, LCSW
Why Gender Matters: Creating Trauma Services for Women and Men
John Dyben, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP
If You Want Your Patients to Get Better...: Nutritional Psychology in Behavioral Healthcare
Don Grant, MA, MFA, DAC, SUDCC IV, PhD
Unplug To Reconnect: How the Digital World Potentially Reinforces Insecure Attachment in Relationships
Barb Nosal, PhD, LMFT, LADC
Unplug to Reconnect: How the Digital World Potentially Reinforces Insecure Attachment in Relationships - Co-Presenter with Don Grant
Carolyn Ross, MD, MPH, CEDS
Stories of Our Ancestors: Understanding the Impact of Culture, Race, and Trauma on Addictions