continuing education

  1. You Are Licensed! Now… How Do You Keep It?
    You Are Licensed! Now… How Do You Keep It?

    You have worked so hard to make sure you can obtain all the hours you need and pass all the exams required. You have studied countless hours. You can basically even recite the ethics code from memory. You have finally earned that licensed. But, you are not out of the woods yet. You now have to maintain that license. We wanted to give you an idea of what you will need to do to ensure that you keep that license.

  2. New California Clinical Licensure Requirement: Mandatory Suicide Prevention Course
    New California Clinical Licensure Requirement: Mandatory Suicide Prevention Course

    The state of California has always required its clinical practitioners to complete continuing education (CE) requirements in order to maintain their license. Soon, the state will require an additional CE class from new and active clinicians. Beginning on January 1, 2020 for California psychologists and January 1, 2021 for other licensed clinicians, such as MFTs, LCSWs, and LPCs, clinicians must complete six hours of suicide risk assessment and intervention training.

  3. Why Continuing Education Courses are Important After Getting Your License
    Why Continuing Education Courses are Important After Getting Your License

    After you got your license, there’s no doubt you breathed a sigh of relief and happiness. After years of school, followed by additional hours logged studying to pass the exam, it’s a breath of fresh air when the worries about high pressure testing situations are over. 

  4. Lifelong Learning: The case to keep learning once college is over.
    Lifelong Learning: The case to keep learning once college is over.

    Congratulations! You’ve graduated. Or maybe you are just fantasizing about the day that you will have finally finished the mountain of schoolwork and will be able to say that you did, in fact, graduate. No matter your current relationship with typical classroom learning, I am here today to advocate for the benefits of being a lifelong learner.