ICDD 2021 POSTPONED
The International Conference On Dual Disorders 2021 was originally scheduled for 7-9 October 2021. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty of traveling in the coming period, the organizing committee of ICDD2021 has decided to postpone the meeting to 29 September – 1 October 2022.
We expect ICDD2021 to be a memorable and rewarding conference, which will bring together an international multidisciplinary group of professionals. Our goal is to realise a successful network event, for psychiatrists, psychologists, addiction specialist, social workers, mental health nurses and all other professionals with interest in research and treatment of patients dealing with Dual Disorders.
We feel that that the mission of ICDD2021 cannot be accomplished during a hybride or virtual event. For that reason we hope to welcome you in person in The Hague on 29 September – 1 October 2022.
ICDD 2022 will cover all aspects of evidence-based treatment of Dual Disorders. In collaboration with national and international experts, the Netherlands’ top Dual Disorder department, will offer the delegates a wide selection of scientific and interactive sessions. It would be the place to present recent research, findings and innovations in the treatment of Dual Disorders.
The meeting is designed for psychiatrists, psychologists, addiction specialist, social workers, mental health nurses and all other professionals with interest in the treatment of patients dealing with Dual Disorders. We expect ICDD 2022 to be a memorable and rewarding conference, which will bring together a multidisciplinary group of professionals from all over the world. Therefore, we would like to invite you to ICDD 2022, The Hague, to enjoy with us excellent science in a stimulating environment.
The executive committee of ICDD 2022,
Arjen Neven, psychiatrist, chair
Annette Bonebakker, clinical neuropsychologist
Tony Bloemendaal, clinical psychologist – psychotherapist