Save Up To 50% on Select CEUs

14 Dec


We have lots of exciting new courses planned for you in the new year, but first it’s time to retire some of our oldies-but-goodies. The following courses have been added to our Closeout list and reduced to 50% off so you can stock up and save in our End-of-Year Clearance Event. You still have 3 years to complete for credit.


Popular Courses Currently on Sale


This course addresses a variety of ethics topics in the form of seven archived articles from The National Psychologist. Topics include: office bookstore should not be for profit; ethical, effective marketing for your private practice; impact of law on psychology; duty to warn is now duty to protect; test givers must be qualified; to collect or not to collect; and duty to warn, protect differs in HIV cases. This course is intended to provide psychotherapists of all specialties with a set of brief, practical tips for dealing with ethical dilemmas that present themselves in everyday practice.


This course addresses a variety of risk management topics in the form of seven archived articles from The National Psychologist. Topics include: social networking: how should psychologists respond to online ‘friending’ requests; some additional thoughts on social networking; malpractice insurance 101: claims-made vs. occurrence coverage; progress notes: what not to write down; triple jeopardy: dangers of an APA ethics complaint; when marital therapy isn’t; and when marital therapy is. This course is intended to provide psychotherapists of all specialties with a set of brief, practical tips for dealing with risk management challenges that present themselves in everyday practice.


Dying isn’t a subject that Americans like to think about. Our national character is vibrant, optimistic, life-affirming. These qualities have been a great advantage to us as a people, but they have a down side. They make us less inclined to think about the inevitable sad events such as death. Consequently, we are often less prepared for it, psychologically and otherwise, than people in other cultures. The “Butterflies are Free” program was designed by the Staff Associates at Life Care Center in Sarasota, FL to help overcome this problem and to enable healthcare workers and come to prepare for an ill person’s passing. This course presents a case study which reveals how the Life Care Center created and implemented an effective End-of-Life program for their residents. The purpose of this course is to introduce the history, ideals, and practices behind the program in the hopes that it may be adopted in other nursing home facilities.


This course provides a very brief introduction to the use of herbal remedies, based on a publication from the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Herbs at a Glance – A Quick Guide to Herbal Supplements. In this course, clinicians will learn about the historical use of herbal medicine, the beneficial effects and potential dangers of commonly used herbs, and the scientific evidence for their effectiveness. Completion of this course does not provide sufficient education for prescribing herbs professionally; however, any clinician may provide self-help and educational materials to clients.


This course is divided into two parts. Part I – “Introduction to Acupuncture” – provides an overview of acupuncture as presented by a fact sheet from NCCAM and includes a number of video clips illustrating its use. Acupuncture is among the oldest healing practices in the world. As part of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), acupuncture aims to restore and maintain health through the stimulation of specific points on the body. In the United States, where practitioners incorporate healing traditions from China, Japan, Korea, and other countries, acupuncture is considered part of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).


This course addresses a variety of brief clinical topics in the form of 15 archived articles from The National Psychologist. Topics include:
Anger, violence and radical ideologies: mental illness or different beliefs?
Psychopathy important to understand in clinical practice
Is marijuana an appropriate treatment for ADD/ADHD?
Internet pornography addiction cause discomfort to some therapists
Talking to lifers, dilemmas and opportunities
Are mad and genius peas in the same pod?
Mad and genius are separate states of mind
Complex traumatic stress disorders in a general practice setting
Better serving victims of sexual assault
Using mindful affirmations in clinical practice
Army to train its own in positive psychology
Health redefined by National Academies of Practice
Encouraging a psychotropic medication evaluation
Latino immigration: Humanizing communities and unifying voices
The impact of learning disabilities on the self


Alzheimer’s disease is an increasing concern for the aging American population. It is important for healthcare providers to have a basic familiarity with the disease, in order to provide adequate diagnosis, treatment, and referrals. This course, based on documents from the National Institute on Aging and the Alzheimer’s Association, provides an overview of the prevalence, causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and progression of Alzheimer’s disease, as well as information about caregiving and caregiver support. As such, this course is relevant to all clinicians who work with elderly individuals, their families, and their caretakers.

Professional Development Resources is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists; by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) to offer home study continuing education for NCCs (#5590); the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB #1046, ACE Program); the Florida Boards of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling and Psychology & School Psychology (CE Broker #50-1635); the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker & MFT Board (#RCST100501); the South Carolina Board of Professional Counselors & MFTs (#193); and the Texas Board of Examiners of Marriage & Family Therapists (#114) and State Board of Social Worker Examiners (#5678).


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