Three (3) Home Study Continuing Education Credits (75% score or higher required)
It has been estimated that the half-life for a professional psychologist is 9 years. Thus, professional psychologists need to work assiduously to keep up to date with the changes in the field. This continuing education program strives to do that by having participants reflect on the most significant changes in the field in the last 10 years.
To facilitate this reflection, the presenters offer their update in the psychotherapy and counseling literature in the last 10 years as an opportunity for participants to reflect on and consider their perceptions of the important developments in the field. This focuses on changes in psychotherapy and counseling and does not consider changes in other fields, except as they influence psychotherapy or counseling. There will be considerable participant interaction.
Although this is not intended as a course for those studying for the EPPP, students studying for the EPPP may find it a useful adjunctive learning experience.