Skip to main content
Webinar 2022 Event Banner
* indicates a required field

Welcome to the ADAA Professional Webinar Submission Site

We are excited that you want to share your expertise with your peers and participate in ADAA's exciting professional education webinar program. Click here to learn more about the ADAA webinar honorarium policy. Incomplete submissions will not be considered.

ADAA’s professional webinars support the understanding, investigation, and implementation of mood and anxiety disorders, and empirically supported treatments and best practices related to them.

To begin, you will provide your webinar title and select whether you want your submission to be considered for: CE/CME eligibility or whether you are not interested in CE/CME eligibility.

To submit CE/CME eligible webinars, additional tasks are required by ADAA's accrediting agency, Amedco.

If you have questions on CE/CME eligibility for your webinar proposal, please contact ADAA directly at

What will happen after you complete and submit this application:
  • Your webinar submission will be peer-reviewed by the ADAA Professional Education Committee. You will be notified of a decision within 4 weeks from your submission.
  • If your proposal is accepted ADAA staff will work with you to schedule a date for your live or recorded webinar.
The following items will be required within the noted deadlines:

    1. Power Point presentation (to be received no less than five working days prior to the date of the webinar)

    2. For CE/CME eligible webinars: Completion of an online disclosure form 4 weeks prior to scheduled webinar (this is mandated by our CE/CME accreditor)

    3. For CE/CME eligible webinars: 10 True/ False or multiple choice post-test questions and answers 4 weeks prior to scheduled webinar (this is mandated by our CE/CME accreditor).

Some webinars may be eligible for Cross-Cultural Competency Diversity Continuing Education Credit. While no additional information is required to submit for this credit, ADAA will be requesting this credit for appropriate topics.

If you are unable to meet any of the deadlines noted above that ADAA reserves the right to cancel the scheduled webinar. Thank you for your interest.

Virtual Events Code of Conduct

Click here to access ADAA's updated anti-harassment policy.

Watch ADAA's webinar portal tutorial video for helpful tips on submitting your webinar proposal.


ADAA values the inclusion of diverse groups from a variety of professional and educational backgrounds, and honors their views across all areas of the organization. We recognize that when people across identity groups are regarded and engaged as full participants in leadership, decision making and programs, we are able to provide resources and programs that best meet the needs of our members and the public. As such, ADAA leadership embraces diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) as a core value for all members, staff, and volunteers. We are committed to fostering an environment that supports cultural equity and models diversity and inclusion. ADAA is committed to practicing DEI principles to ensure that everyone feels safe, seen, valued, respected, and welcome.

Log in to Submit or Create an Account

Questions? Organizer: Sasha Sicard -