In the world of addiction, nobody faces the same journey.

Prevention, treatment and recovery is not one size fits all, and when it comes to physical, mental and behavioural addictions, breaking the stigma is essential.

At the Australian & New Zealand Addiction Conference, you have access to the latest research, projects and strategies to help meet the diverse and complex needs of your clients.

Now in its sixth year, the event has gained significant recognition in the industry as a result of its all-encompassing conference program, highlighting a range of mental, physical and behavioural addictions.

Unite with fellow addiction, behavioural, and mental health professionals, further your knowledge and empower your clients on their recovery journey.

300+

Attendees

18

Educational Sessions

45+

National Expert Speakers

20

Hours of CPD Credits

 

Led by multi-disciplinary experts, the 2020 Australian & New Zealand Addiction Conference offers a three-day program of innovative treatment strategies, current evidence-based findings and lived experience speakers.
Network with colleagues, co-workers and fellow professionals facing the same treatment, recovery and prevention challenges.
Receive a comprehensive addiction education to improve and refine client care.

FOUR EXPERT-DRIVEN STREAMS

PREVENTION

TREATMENT

 RECOVERY

EMERGING TRENDS

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Clinicians
  • Counsellors
  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Nurses
  • Social Workers
  • Therapists
  • Case Managers
  • Mental Health Professionals

2020 KEYNOTE PRESENTERS

Dr Roby Abeles, CEO/Managing Director, Brainspotting Australia Pacific & Abeles Consulting
Dr Gabriele Byrne, Senior Advisor, Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation
Dr Huu Kim Le, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, CGI Clinic
Associate Professor James Martin, Discipline Convener, Criminology, Faculty of Health, Arts & Design, Swinburne University of Technology
Dr Joss O’Loan, General Practitioner, Medeco Medical Centre, Inala
A/Prof Samantha Thomas, Associate Professor of Public Health, Deakin University

3 DAY PASS

From $999.00

2 DAY PASS

From $849.00

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