Annual Meeting 2023

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We couldn't be more excited about this 62nd year of our Annual Meeting & Scientific Program! Please join us at the beautiful Flamingo Resort in Santa Rosa, CA.


62nd Annual Meeting & Scientific Program

Updates in Psychiatric Care: From Traditional to Contemporary & Novel Therapeutics

Flamingo Resort - Santa Rosa
2777 Fourth Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95405

Registration includes:*

  • 62nd Annual Friday Evening Reception
  • General Session and Panel Presentations on Saturday & Sunday
  • Breakfast, lunch, and snacks on Saturday as well as breakfast and snacks on Sunday (*Please note you are free to explore Santa Rosa for dinner options)
  • Opportunity to network with exhibitors and colleagues 

Conference Fees

Levels Early Bird Rate
Closed Feb. 08
General Rate
Feb. 09 - Mar. 17
General Members $399.00 $499.00
Early Career Psych.'s (ECP's) Members $299.00 $399.00
Residents $149.00 $199.00
Medical Students $99.00 $149.00
Retired/ Spouse/ Guest w/no CME $299.00 $399.00
Non-Member $499.00 $599.00

To register now, CLICK HERE

Please note that online registration will be closed on March 17, 2023. All registrations after March 17 will only be accepted onsite.



Conference registration cancellations must be received in writing on or before February 25, 2022 to receive a full refund minus a $35.00 administration fee. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received after February 24th. 

If you have any questions regarding your registration, please email or call (415) 334-2418.  

Speakers are not currently available. Please check in at a later date.

62nd Annual Meeting and Scientific Program

Draft Schedule *

*This is a draft schedule and is subject to change. Please check back frequently for updates.

Friday, March 17, 2023                                                                                                       

12:30p-3:00p               Registration

1:00p - 1:30p                Executive Council Meeting (Closed)

1:30p - 2:30p               General Council Meeting (Open to Members)   

3:00p - 4:00p              Walk and Compassion Talk | Led by Anna Glezer, MD                                          

4:30p -5:30p                Welcome Reception and Visit with Exhibitors

7:00p - 8:30p               Movie, Discussion, and Dessert | Led by Ravi Chandra, MD

Saturday, March 18, 2023

7:00a - 7:45a                 Registration and Breakfast                                                                                                                                                                   

7:45a - 7:55a                  Welcome & Conference Introduction

8:00a - 9:00a                 General Session - Antipsychotics | Presented by Rona Hu, MD                                                                                                                 

9:05a - 10:05a               General Session - Intro to Adult ADHD: an overview of diagnosis and treatment | Presented by Ning Zhou, MD  

10:05a - 10:30a             Morning Break and Visit with Exhibitors

10:30a - 11:30a             General Session - Eating Disorders | Presented by Amanda Downey, MD

11:35a - 12:35p              Keynote General Session – Psychiatric Responses to Gun Violence | Amy Barnhorst, MD

12:35p - 1:30p               Lunch Break

1:30p - 3:00p                General Session | Novel Therapeutics Panel

3:05p - 4:05p                General Session - Dream Work | Presented by Shana Levy, MD and Tara Collins, MD

4:05p - 4:30p                Afternoon Break and Visit with Exhibitors                                               

4:30p - 6:00p                General Session - Golden gate bridge Suicide: The Final Chapter| Mel Blaustein, MD

Sunday, March 19, 2023                                                                                                                   

7:00a - 7:45a                  Breakfast and Visit with exhibitors                                   

8:00a - 9:30a                 General Session - Resident Segment

9:035a - 10:05a             General Session - State Advocacy and Legislative Updates | Presented by Paul Yoder

10:05a - 10:30a             Morning Break and Visit with Exhibitors

10:30a - 12:00p             General Session - TBD

12:00p - 12:15p              Exhibitor Raffle Drawings/ Closing Remarks & Conference Overview


*This is a draft schedule and is subject to change. Please check back frequently for updates.





Flamingo Resort - Santa Rosa | March 17 - 19, 2023

Our room block rate starts at just $169, is limited, and may sell out at this price. If you are unable to reserve a room within our block rate, please email for options or seek alternative nearby lodging. Room block available Online. To Reserve a Room, CLICK HERE

*Room Block expires Februrary 23rd

About the Flamingo Resort in Santa Rosa

The Flamingo Resort is a mid-century marvel in The Valley of the Moon. The buildings, rendered with natural materials and iconic angular silhouettes, are the work of master architect Homer A. Rissman. Set on a 10-acre campus, it is an incomparable property for both its city access and sense of complete retreat.


The Flamingo’s soul is the open mind. Spiritual curiosity and exploration are rooted in the New Age wellness that was popularized in Western culture during the 60s and 70s. It’s a nod to the past, and encourages guests to be present.

The property includes 20,000 square feet of private and communal gathering space, 170 sanctuary rooms including 14 suites, Lazeaway Club Restaurant, fitness center and spa, two swimming pools, a hot tub, and an ice bucket shower.


Come and lounge by our gorgeous pool when you stay at Flamingo Resort. Feel free to order food and drinks from the comfort of your seat. Make your seat even more luxurious by booking one of our bird houses or nests. With ample seating and unique amenities, this is one sure way to make the most of your day by the pool.

Santa Rosa is a vibrant, strong, connected city. For 63 years, The Flamingo has been its beacon of leisure. Come explore the arts, culture and cuisine of this community.


  • Lazeaway Club: From the Pacific shores of Mexico to the palms of Thailand, the Lazeaway Club’s Cal-Pacific cuisine taps the spices, heat, sweet and savory of far-flung travel destinations, and combines them with fresh, local ingredients prepared by our culinary team. Learn more about Lazeaway Club
  • Vintage Space: Vintage Space is a retro-futuristic music lounge hosting a cosmic array of live music, dancing, DJ’s, and special events. Originally built in 1957 when the public’s imagination was captivated by the dawn of the space race, atomic power and limitless possibility – Vintage Space fuses the past with a bright tomorrow. A bastion of good vibes, far-out sounds and stellar cocktails that’s been sending it since Sputnik. Learn more about Vintage Space
  • Wild Bird Poolside Dining: Bring on the heat with the spiciest sandwich in the flock, the Hot Bird, smothered in stone fruit Korean chili sauce. Come try it and our other new items like the Buddha Bowl. Learn more about Wild Bird Poolside Dining
  • Paradise Cove (Private Dining): Gather at The Cove. Under the canopy of redwoods, our outdoor event space has seating that can be configured to accommodate up to 48 guests. Choose food and beverage offerings to fit your celebration. Learn more about Private Dining

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