Are you tired of the time and expense required to get your CE Credits?
Our platform was designed from the ground up with Psychologists in mind to make earning continuing education credits fast and easy - you can get all the credits you need from the comfort of your office.
We offer an extensive catalog of courses on topics like Ethics, Risk Management, HIPPA and more. You'll find engaging courses, and best of all, you can see how your peers have rated the content of each course before you enroll.
Join thousands of your colleagues across the country that have taken Continuing Education with us.
Most Popular CE Courses for Psychologists
Here's a list of our most popular courses among Psychologists in recent months:
- Ethics and Risk Management: Confidentiality in the Digital World - 3 credits, includes MP3 Audio
Today, psychotherapists of all professional disciplines must make thoughtful decisions about whether and to what extent they will incorporate electronic technology into their professional lives. To practice ethically, therapists who use digital and other technology must develop privacy and confidentiality protocols. This program focuses on issues related to risk management, online counseling, and HIPAA.
- Suicide Assessment, Treatment, and Management - 6 credits
This course discusses prevalence, risk factors, screening, assessment, safety planning, treatment, and management. Topics include a clinical practice guideline for the assessment and management of patients at risk for suicide, co-occurring mental and substance use disorders, suicide in the military, suicide risk in children, suicide crisis intervention strategies, and ethical considerations in the assessment and management of suicide risk.
- Trauma Informed Care - 6 credits
This course discusses the impact of trauma on individuals and communities and identifies common mental health and substance use disorders associated with trauma. The material includes screening and assessment tools and strategies to addresses clinical issues important in treating those affected by trauma.
- Cultural Competence: The Immigrant Experience - 3 credits
Even with the best of intentions and belief in our own objectivity/impartiality, we practitioners often unwittingly, even unconsciously, impose presumptuous interpretations and interventions on clients' lives. It should come as no surprise, then, that ethnic minority groups are the smallest users of mental health services, and when these groups do use treatment, they show the highest premature termination rate of any social group.
- Ethics in Counseling: Staying on Track - 4 credits
This course examines ethical issues related to developing and maintaining clinical excellence, using Gestalt principles to avoid ethical errors, applying ethical standards in couple, marriage, and family therapy, and identifying and avoiding ethical concerns related to technology and counseling.
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