Formerly called the NADD Newsletter, the NADD Bulletin is a benefit of membership and is published bi-monthly. It features articles addressing clinical, programmatic, research or family oriented information.
NADD members have access to all Bulletins (2011 to current) online. To access the current Bulletins click here.
NADD Bulletins prior to 2011 are available to all visitors in the Archive. Click here to view the NADD bulletin archive.
Invitation to Submit an Article to the NADD Bulletin
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Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities (JMHRID)
The Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities (JMHRID), the official research journal of NADD, is an interdisciplinary research journal with the purpose of reporting original scientific and scholarly contributions to advance knowledge about mental health issues among persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The journal addresses issues related to the full range of mental health concerns amongst persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, neurodevelopmental disorders and autism spectrum disorders, including severe behavior problems, criminality, substance abuse, and genetic phenotypes across the life span.
JMHRID is published quarterly and is a benefit of membership.
Submit an Article to JMHRID
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NADD Press is the largest publisher in the world of books and other training and educational products concerning individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities co-occurring with mental illness. NADD Press topics include:
Diagnosis and Assessment
Counseling and Therapy
Social and Sexual Issues
Administration and Systems
Criminal Justice System
Autism Spectrum Disorder
For information about submitting a manuscript for possible publication by NADD Press, click here.
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Alyse Kerr, MS, NCC, LPC, NADD-CC
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