Decision Point Center is Excited Be A Part of the 2018 American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting

Decision Point Center is pleased to announce that we will be a part of the upcoming 2018 American Psychiatric Association (APA) Meeting this weekend. Held from May 5 through May 9 in New York City, the APA Annual Conference is the biggest event for the world’s leading psychiatric organization and draws a diverse range of professionals involved in psychiatric practice, research, and academia from over 50 countries.

During the five-day conference, attendees will connect and share their collective insight on advanced psychiatric issues, innovative treatment options, and new technologies. They can also explore formal learning opportunities and scheduled seminars to further their own skills, participate in open discussion, and earn Continuing Medical Education credits.

Decision Point Center is proud to be a part of a tremendous event that champions the field of psychiatry and furthers the abilities of psychiatric professionals to provide the care and support patients struggling with mental health issues, including substance abuse, need and deserve. In fact, our Prescott Alcohol & Drug Rehab Center will be one of just 14 programs to have our film featured throughout the event!

During the meeting, attendees will have opportunities to view a film about our program, mission and philosophy, and the services we provide at the APA TV Studio and other key areas of the event, in addition to the film being made available online via the APA website. Psychiatric professionals who express interest in our program will also have the opportunity to obtain a copy of the film, and connect further with us to discuss our treatments and therapies.

Our entire team is honored to have been selected as one of the programs to be featured at the APA Annual Conference this year and believes it speaks to our commitment to being on the cutting edge of treating addiction and substance abuse. For more information about our treatments and therapies, contact us today.

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