Elizabeth Kunreuther, MSW, LCSW, LCAS is Clinical Instructor with University of North Carolina Department of Psychiatry's WakeBrook Addictions and Detoxification Unit. Prior to her work at WakeBrook, Elizabeth was the Family Intake Coordinator for UNC's TEACCH Autism Program and Family Recruitment Coordinator for Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities' Autism Research Registry. Elizabeth is co-author of the book Drinking, Drug Use and Addiction in the Autism Community.
  • A very hopeful, healing and transformative experience!

  • We find the leaders in our field at WCSAD.

  • The best conference in my 30+ years in the field.

  • WCSAD is the only national addiction conference we exhibit at annually because it meets all of our objectives – more awareness, lead generation and networking.

  • A Disneyland of information, empowering us to improve our common goal in the field of addiction disorders.

  • As a first-time exhibitor and sponsor, our team enjoyed maintaining and securing new connections while having fun.

  • Intimate clinically-driven, great conference.

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1/2) Well, that's a wrap on our WCSAD virtual conference, and what a great experience! We would like to thank everyone who participated and helped us make it a memorable event.