Conference Information


Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Change Talk

You're Thinking About Doing What?

Beyond Ethics Basics

Clinical Supervision From Two Perspectives

How to Fail as a Substance Abuse Counselor 

Location: Wilmington University, 320 North Dupont Highway, New Castle, DE 19720

Know Before You Go: includes parking, attendance and other important information.

Campus Map: The Audrey K. Doberstein Admissions Center is building 9.


DCB Conference Registration


7:30am – 9:00am: Continental Breakfast

9am – 12pm: Morning trainings

12:00pm - 1:00pm: Lunch

1:00pm – 4:00pm: Afternoon trainings

Early registration will improve your ability to reserve a seat in all preferred trainings.

Registration Fee

  • $100 Prior to October 1st
  • $125 After October 1st

Conference Price Includes

  • Continental Breakfast
  • Luncheon
  • Trainings
  • Up to 6 hour of continuing education

Conference Location

Wilmington University | 320 N. Dupont Hwy, New Castle DE 19720

Conference Dates

Continuing Education

Certificates of attendance with earned continuing education hours will be emailed to all participants within 10 working days after the participant completes a brief online training evaluation for each workshop attended. 6 continuing education hours will be awarded for attendance at the entire conference.



Written refund requests, acceptable up to 10 working days prior to the conference are subject to a $25 administrative fee. Written substitute attendee requests, acceptable up to 10 days prior to the conference, are subject to a $25 administrative fee. Payments on or after the conference date are subject to a $25 administrative fee.



Don’t miss your opportunity to participate in DCB’s first conference.  The DCB Conference increases your organization’s visibility and exposure to behavioral health professionals.  As the leader in substance use, and behavioral health professional credentialing in Delaware, DCB’s Conference attracts exhibitors including treatment programs, educational institutions, home study organizations, technology-based companies, and national behavioral health organizations.

Who are the attendees?  Our attendees include treatment program managers and administrators, counselors, clinical supervisors, co-occurring disorders professionals, prevention specialists, criminal/juvenile justice professionals, case managers, ancillary workers, peer recovery specialists, and social workers.  Increase your brand recognition, display your products and services and take advantage of multiple networking opportunities with attendees.


Benefits of Exhibiting

All exhibitors who complete the exhibitor contract and fulfill payment receive:

  • Two complimentary exhibit-only badges for additional staff working at the exhibit
  • A listing in the conference program booklet distributed virtually through email to all attendees
  • Direct access to behavioral health professionals 

Networking Opportunities for Exhibitors

The exhibit area set-up for maximum exposure of all spaces to the various events taking place in the exhibit area. These events include: continental breakfast, lunch. Tables will be placed throughout the exhibit area making it comfortable and easy for conference attendees to network with exhibitors and other professionals throughout the conference.

Exhibit Information

Exhibit Space:  Exhibit space includes one (1), six (6) foot table, and two chairs. Additionally, exhibit space includes two complimentary exhibit-only badges for additional company staff working at the exhibit. 

Cost: $250.00 for exhibitors completing the contract before September 1, 2023 and $275.00 for exhibitors completing the contract after September 1, 2023. 

Reserve your space online, or download the Exhibitor Prospectus to register.