Ericha Scott, PhD, LPCC917, ATR-BC, REAT, ICAADC, LAADC has been a professional in the addiction, trauma, and mental health fields for 35 years. She is an Internationally Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ICAADC), and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor in California (LAADC is a non-governmental license). She is a board certified registered art therapist (ATR-BC), and she is a registered expressive arts therapist (REAT). In 2019, Dr. Scott's research, presentations, publications, and advocacy for victims of trauma were recognized by the oldest agency in the world researching trauma, The International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD), with the honorary title of Fellow. Her research regarding trauma, dissociation, and self-mutilation was published by the Journal of the Arts in Psychotherapy in 1999 (UCLA). In 2018, she was the lead co-author for two chapters in the book, Integrative Addiction Recovery, published by Oxford University Press and recognized as an Andrew Weil, MD library series book. Dr. Scott has also been granted the Sierra Tucson's Alumni Recognition award in 2006 for her work as a unit trauma therapist. Dr. Scott has worked as a clinical director, psychotherapist, and as an addiction counselor. She is a board member for several agencies including, but not limited to, The Global Art Exchange for Peace. Dr. Scott is the Planning Chair for the Creative and Expressive Arts Therapy Track for WCSAD 2018, 2019, 2020.
  • 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.