CA Board Awards GoodTherapy.org with CE Provider Status

As of December 22, 2009, all web conferences and recorded continuing education (CE) events available in our archive are now approved by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS). This is quite significant, and GoodTherapy.org is honored to be listed among the approved continuing education providers.

One of the ways in which GoodTherapy.org strives to fulfill our Mission and Vision is to choose topics and presenters for our CE events that are consistent with our philosophies. We make every effort to select therapists, psychologists, teachers, and other professionals who will promote and sympathize with the nonpathologizing therapy environment that we envision. Our presenters address all kinds of topics, including specific mental health issues, psychotherapy modes and methods, and new developments in the field of psychotherapy.

The GoodTherapy.org Continuing Education Program continues to grow significantly, with events happening more often and a more diverse selection of presenters all the time. Our Continuing Education Archive contains 13 events from 2008 and 22 events from 2009, and we look forward to many more events. This year, many of our topics centered on the economic recession and included insights and tips for managing your practice and helping clients most effectively, keeping in mind economic downturn. In the near future, we hope to branch out with topics concerning ethics, mindfulness, and collaborative healing. Watch for these presentations coming up!

If you miss a presentation, don’t forget that you can always access the archive of past events, and they will still earn you credits when you correctly answer a quick survey at the end of the presentation. All events are 90 minutes long and are worth 1.5 credits.

GoodTherapy.org is also a National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) approved Continuing Education Provider as of May 2009. We are proud to be recognized for providing therapists with quality continuing education materials which stem from a perspective of destigmatizing and removing pathology from therapy!

© Copyright 2009 by By Noah Rubinstein, LMFT, LMHC, therapist in Olympia, Washington. All Rights Reserved. Permission to publish granted to GoodTherapy.org.

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