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Continuing Education

Learn it Today. Apply it Tomorrow.

The National Register’s continuing education program includes
more than 250 CE credits—and counting—on CE.NationalRegister.org

Start Earning CE Credits

Earn continuing education credits for reading articles, watching videos, and attending webinars from experts on topics that are vital to your practice. All courses are available at no charge for members. Nonmembers may purchase access to training courses.

Webinars

Translate research to practice with our clinical webinar series. These monthly (or more!) live sessions provide information on topics of direct clinical relevance to your practice, and recordings of each session are also available for those unable to attend live. We also host webinars on risk management topics.

Publications

Articles for our Journal of Health Service Psychology (JHSP) are available as publication-based courses. JHSP is a peer-reviewed, quarterly journal that addresses current clinical practice issues. Courses are also available for books in Hogrefe’s Advances in PsychotherapyEvidence-Based Practice series.

Videos

We produced a 42-video training series to help position practitioners as essential team members in integrated healthcare. Position yourself for success by watching experts discuss the management of conditions that commonly present in integrated care settings.

National Practice Conference

We host an in-person conference in Washington, DC. This practice-oriented event features some of the top clinical and risk management experts in the field.

Click below to learn more about our education and training programs.

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The National Register of Health Service Psychologists is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The National Register maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

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