You can now browse and watch 41 videos from our Integrated Healthcare Training Series using the “Video Courses” tab on CE.NationalRegister.org. We track the videos you’ve watched and when you reach one hour (worth one CE credit), simply complete an evaluation form to earn your certificate.
We’ve partnered with Hogrefe Publishing to create continuing education courses for their series Advances in Psychotherapy: Evidence-Based Practice. Registrants also receive a 15% discount on volumes in the series.
We are accepting applications for the Judy E. Hall, PhD, Early Career Psychologist Award and Alfred M. Wellner, PhD, Lifetime Achievement Award. The deadline to apply is May 15, 2017.
TherapyNotes will provide Registrants and Trainee Registrants with two free months of their EHR software package, as well as 10% off the first year’s use. Read more and sign up for your trial.
Every five years, we survey our membership on professional issues. This is a great opportunity for you to evaluate the National Register’s current programs and services, assess the value of proposed new member benefits, and help us chart the strategic direction of the organization. This survey is only intended for Registrants.
Search for a psychologist near you using the search fields in the upper right corner of FindaPsychologist.org. Once you pinpoint a location for your search, you can filter your results by a psychologist’s areas of expertise, languages spoken, name, and other options.
This issue focuses on preparing psychologists to work with unique patient populations, including military populations, children with celiac disease, patients with legal issues, and those with terminal illnesses.
Earn more than 100 free CE credits on this site from archived issues of The Register Report and electronically bank all CE certificates, regardless of where they were earned! Categorize them and download reports that show progress towards CE goals.
Keep an eye on our job board for frequent additions to a list of opportunities that may interest you or someone you know.
The National Register has compiled external resources and articles to better inform and prepare psychologists to work with communities affected by gun violence.