Continuing Education Information for Montana Psychologists

15 Aug




Montana-licensed psychologists have a license renewal every year with a December 31st deadline. Forty (40) continuing education hours are required every two years. CE is due every two years – even/odd. There are no limits for online courses if APA-approved, and subject matter is relevant (Category A). There are a minimum of 20 hours required from Category A, a maximum of 20 hours from Category B, and a maximum of 15 hours from Category C.

Montana Board of Psychologists 
CE Required: 40 hours every 2 years
Online CE Allowed: No limit if APA approved & subject matter relevant (Cat A)
License Expiration: 12/31, annually (CE due every 2 years – even/odd)
National Accreditation Accepted: APA
Notes: Min 20 hrs Cat A; Max 20 hrs Cat B; Max 15 hrs Cat C
Date of Info: 12/04/2015

Montana psychologists can earn all 40 hours required for renewal through online courses offered on the psychology page at Click here to view APA-approved online CE courses.


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Psychologists Online Continuing Education Courses


This is a test only course (book not included). The book (or e-book) can be purchased from Amazon or some other source.  This CE test is based on Rethinking Narcissism (HarperCollins 2015, 256 pp.), which has enjoyed international expert and critical acclaim for its exciting blend of empirical rigor, practical strategies, and compelling narrative style. In it you’ll discover: Throughout, you’ll find easy-to-follow templates and concrete examples for helping people who suffer from either too much—or too little—narcissism.


Culture is a primary force in the creation of a person’s identity. Counselors who are culturally competent are better able to understand and respect their clients’ identities and related cultural ways of life. This course proposes strategies to engage clients of diverse racial and ethnic groups (who can have very different life experiences, values, and traditions) in treatment. The major racial and ethnic groups in the United States covered in this course are African Americans, Asian Americans (including Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders), Latinos, Native Americans (i.e., Alaska Natives and American Indians), and White Americans. In addition to providing epidemiological data on each group, the course discusses salient aspects of treatment for these racial/ethnic groups, drawing on clinical and research literature. While the primary focus of this course is on substance abuse treatment, the information and strategies given are equally relevant to all types of health and mental health treatment.


In Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT) the human-animal bond is utilized to help meet therapeutic goals and reach individuals who are otherwise difficult to engage in verbal therapies. AAT is considered an emerging therapy at this time, and more research is needed to determine the effects and confirm the benefits. Nevertheless, there is a growing body of research and case studies that illustrate the considerable therapeutic potential of using animals in therapy. AAT has been associated with improving outcomes in four areas: autism-spectrum symptoms, medical difficulties, behavioral challenges, and emotional well-being. This course is designed to provide therapists, educators, and caregivers with the information and techniques needed to begin using the human-animal bond successfully to meet individual therapeutic goals. This presentation will focus exclusively on Animal Assisted Therapy and will not include information on other similar or related therapy.


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