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James Peck, PsyD is a licensed clinical psychologist and senior clinical trainer at the UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs (ISAP). For nearly a decade, Dr. Peck conducted Phase II clinical trials of behavioral and pharmacological interventions for stimulant dependence. Dr. Peck has extensive experience conducting curriculum development, clinical trainings, and clinical supervision on the etiology, assessment, and treatment of substance-related disorders, and on the treatment of individuals with co-occurring substance-related and psychiatric disorders. He currently works at UCLA in a primarily clinical training role and maintains a busy practice treating individuals with co-occurring disorders including methamphetamine dependence.
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  • 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.


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