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  • Live Seminars for Psychology Continuing Education Units

    Enjoy a Live Psychology Seminar

    Since 1996, psychsem.com has been offering prominent, continuing education classes for health professionals in the psychology world. Whether you sign up online or by phone, you will have contact with a live person in the event you have questions. We pride ourselves on our customer service. As for our live classes, they are held in first-class hotels. When you arrive, you will check-in through a streamlined process. From here, you will be able to pick your seat, help yourself to our continental breakfast buffet, and explore the packet given to you by our staff. Included inside is the day’s agenda, handouts related to the seminar you are attending, note-taking supplies, and instructor evaluation forms. Once lunch rolls around, you will be treated to a relaxing catered lunch, with enough time to network with your fellow professionals. Once lunch has concluded, instruction will continue. If you are still hungry, snacks and simple beverages will be available. As instruction concludes, you will turn in your sign-in/sign-out sheets and instructor evaluation forms, you will also be given your CE/CEU credits. As we understand and respect the professionals you are and the populations you serve, we want to make this seminar as painless as possible to attend. Best yet, we offer live seminar discounts for early registration or registration of multiple seminars at time of check out. If you are searching for psychology continuing education unit (CEU) live seminars, provide us the opportunity to serve you.

    Sample a Psychology Live Seminar

    Are you a psychologist, social workers, or counselor looking to update their certificates or professional knowledge? Consider attending one of two of our Suicide Prevention: New Interventions That Work seminars in the Greater Los Angeles area. On July 21st and September 22nd in West LA and Glendale, respectively, you can attend this course hosted by Susan Marie, PMHNP, to learn how to adapt your suicide assessment and intervention skills in high-risk populations that include teens, LGBTQ, and veteran clients. Let us know if you have any questions or how we can assist your participation in one of our studies.