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  • Psychology CE Live Seminars in Greater Los Angeles

    Continuing Your Psychology Education

    Required by the California Board of Psychology, 36 hours of continuing education is required for professionals looking to maintain their state license every two years. A minimum of nine “live” hours must be completed through live means. This requirement infers live, in-person seminars or online webinars that include real-time messaging (instant message, as one example) with an instructor. These live seminar requirements in psychology CE (continuing education) are key for three main reasons. First, they are pertinent to psychological education, science, and practice. Two, they allow psychologists to keep current with the most modern scientific evidence regarding assessment as well as intervention alongside applicable regulatory, statutory, and legal issues. Lastly, they allow professionals to develop, maintain, and increase their skill areas in order to better serve the public and enhance personal contributions to the profession. Additionally, they act as vital networking events to interact with professionals near and far, with varying knowledge of existing and innovating treatments. Therefore, when your license requires completion of your biennial psychology continuing education live seminar requirement, consider one from psychsem.com.

    Sex Psychology

    Robert Weiss (LCSW, CSAT-S), a digital-age intimacy and relationships expert, specializing in infidelity and addictions, is an internationally acknowledged clinician as a subject expert on human sexuality. Robert will be instructing Sex, Porn and Addiction: Challenges to Romance, Intimacy, Fidelity, and Attachment in the Digital Age in the Greater Los Angeles Area. Participants will then identify the “Three A’s” as it relates to internet related addictive behavior, identify three markers of compulsive and addictive sexual behavior problems, be able to list three referral/information resources for online sex and intimacy problems, and describe the differences between the generational gaps between the 1960’s and 2010’s populations. Be prepared for exciting content that fulfills your continuing psychology education.