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We’re Going Virtual!

We are pleased to announce that attendee registration is now OPEN for the 33rd Annual Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorders, our very first virtual conference!
The C4 Events team has been working hard to design a virtual conference that will still provide the event experience you love, the continuing education you rely on, and the networking opportunities you anticipate.

This year’s event will be offered in an exciting new virtual format on a fully interactive platform. C4 understands that the COVID-19 outbreak has affected people from around the world in different ways, which is why we have structured the attendee registration to reflect an even greater flexibility and value. In addition to 17 hours of Live Stream sessions attendees can choose from packages ranging from 12 to 48 on demand CE/CMEs at exceptional pricing. This brings the total CE/CMEs available to 65. To accommodate schedules and provide flexibility, these can be viewed at any time up to 45 days post-event.

In addition, all exhibitors will have virtual booth space which will be live and accessible 30 days prior to and 45 days following the event. The conference also emphasizes opportunities for virtual engagement with exhibit staff, including chat and video.

This virtual platform has allowed us to remove the typical barriers of attending a live conference while making it simpler to network, develop new business opportunities, and connect with old friends.

The best conference in the business is getting better, join us!


Virtual Symposium Attendee Fees

Thursday – Friday

Up to 17 hrs of on-demand CE/CME $295
Up to 29 hrs of on-demand CE/CME $395
Up to 41 hrs of on-demand CE/CME $445
Up to 53 hrs of On-Demand CE/CME $495
Up to 65 hrs of On-Demand CE/CME $525

On demand sessions will be available from September 14th – October 29th.

Take a look at this year’s topics

  • Adolescent and Young Adult
  • Aligning Clinical Best Practices And Documentation With Managed Care Requirement
  • Buddhism: Supporting 12 Steps, CBT, ACT, and DBT for Recovery
  • Business/Legal/Ethical Issues (Including Management, Social Media and Marketing Topics)
  • Challenges in Treatment
  • Chronic Pain Management
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
  • Co-Occurring Disorders
  • Couple’s Counseling
  • Criminal Justice/Offender Issues
  • Cultural Competence
  • Eating Disorders
  • Family Engagement in Treatment
  • Family Therapy
  • Family Treatment-Related to Substance Use Disorders
  • Grief/Loss
  • Group Therapy
  • Internet and Video Game Addiction: Impacts on Attachment and Child Development
  • Long Term Treatment
  • Mental Health
  • Nutrition
  • Paired Substance Use and Sex Addiction
  • Professional Wellness and Burnout
  • Psychotherapy Approaches (Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioral, Interpersonal, Experiential, and Body-Centered Therapies, Etc.)
  • Resistance
  • Spirituality
  • Substance Use Disorders
  • Suicide and The Relationship Between SUD and Depression
  • Technology, Innovation in Behavioral Health
  • Tobacco Dependence
  • Transgenerational Trauma
  • Trauma
  • Traumatic Grief
  • Young Adult (18-25)






  • CCSAD provided a professional opportunity to connect with positive and ethical peers.

  • Wonderful turnout of participants and great opportunity for networking and securing new relationships. Thanks for another great year!

  • It was a pleasure to be a Platinum sponsor at such a well-respected event.

  • I have attended CCSAD for many years now and find it is fantastic every year. I always take something wonderful away and learn a great deal.

  • This symposium is by far the best around. I have attended many others and they were wonderful, but CCSAD is outstanding.

  • THANK YOU that CCSAD is the MOST multidisciplinary conference for Addiction Medicine professionals.

  • Thank you for continuing and expanding this program as well as making it an opportunity for a supportive break from a very busy and demanding profession.

  • The conference is always wonderful, and I thoroughly enjoy attending not just for the learning experience but also for the new friends I have met in past and present attendance.

  • I especially VALUE that CCSAD is the primary multidisciplinary conference for practicing clinicians and policy-makers, where integrative care management is so clearly shown to be in our patients' best interests.

  • This Symposium always gives me new insights and perspectives re: addiction and conditions for treatment strategies. I always learn something new and am always eager to pass it on.

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