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2017 Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction Meeting

Albuquerque, NM

"Addiction at the Crossroads of Mental and Physical Health"

March 24 - 25 2017

Hotel Andaluz, Albuquerque, NM

The 2017 Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction (2017) Meeting will feature two keynote talks from Drs. William R. Miller and Kathleen Grant, 15 symposium sessions, 5 clinical workshops, 89 poster presentations, and numerous opportunities for networking during breaks, social hours, and meals.  The theme for the meeting recognizes that individuals with comorbid psychopathology suffer disproportionally from substance use disorders and related risks, such as obesity, violence, and HIV.  Likewise, addiction introduces a myriad of physical and mental health problems. The sessions at CPA 2017 will consider the cross-section of addiction and both mental and physical health, as well as introduce exciting new addiction research and clinical practice innovations in the treatment of addiction.

Download the Call for Papers submission information (pdf).

Poster presenter information:   The poster boards will be landscape orientation: 48’’ high by 84” wide. Please make sure that your poster will fit within the board size.  Pushpins will be provided. There are no printing or shipping facilities (e.g., FedEx office) within or near the hotel.  You can have posters shipped to the hotel (Hotel Andaluz, c/o your name, 125 2nd St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102) or bring them with you.

Program PDF: 

Download the Full Program (pdf) and the Schedule at a Glance (pdf).  Continuing Education will be offered for some programming at the Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction meeting (CPA).  There is an additional fee associated with CE processing and it is reflected in the registration form.  Continuing education for programming is being co-sponsored by APA Division 50. The Society for Addiction Psychology, APA Division 50, is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.  APA Division 50 maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

Registration includes all meeting programming (including keynotes, symposia, clinical workshops, and posters), social hours and receptions, and parking at the Hotel Andaluz

Registration Category Before 2/10/2017 After 2/10/2017
Member $275 $300
Early Career Member $200 $225
Student Member $150 $175
Non-Member $325 $350
Early Career Non-Member $250 $275
Student Non-Member $200 $225
Single Day Registration $175 $200
Continuing Education Fee $35 $35

Refunds/cancellaions must be requested before February 10, 2017 and will incur a $50 processing fee. No refunds/cancellations after February 10, 2017.

Hotel Andaluz has a rich history as a downtown Albuquerque hotel. Opened in 1939 by New Mexico native Conrad Hilton, it was the fourth Hilton Hotel ever built. Hotel Andaluz is Albuquerque’s only full service boutique hotel in Downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. As a Four Diamond AAA hotel and Conde Nast Traveler, Readers’ Choice among the top 10 hotels in the Southwest, Hotel Andaluz has become the city’s social and cultural epicenter. Our downtown Albuquerque hotel embraces you with redefined hospitality, historic significance, environmentally responsible design and luxurious amenities.

The Hotel Andaluz and our Overflow Room Block at the Hyatt are now sold out. We recommend the Hotel Parq Central ( or you can also check your favorite travel websites for alternative hotels in the Downtown Albuquerque area.


Overnight Parking at Hotel Andaluz:

Complimentary overnight valet parking offered exclusively for Society for Addiction Psychology guests


Transportation Information:

Closest Airport: Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ)
Distance: 4.7 miles

Taxi ~ $16-$26/one-way

Ride share services (Uber and Lyft) ~ $10-$16/one-way


Download the 2017 CPA Meeting Sponsorship Prospectus (pdf)

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