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  • Professional Psych Seminars Offers Continuing Education Credits On Child Abuse Assessment and Reporting

    When it comes to finding effective continuing education courses that meet your CEU requirements, Professional Psych Seminars has you covered. We offer updated information on a variety of topics you face in your mental health practice. Child abuse is a particularly pressing topic, and with the help of our continuing education course, you can learn the necessary, updated information on assessment, reporting, and treatment.

    About the Child Abuse Assessment, Reporting and Treatment: Review and Update Course

    The Child Abuse Assessment, Reporting, and Treatment: Review and Update Course is a 7.0 credit course that gives clinicians an overview of issues within this topic. Licensed education psychologists are required to take this class once as a part of their continuing education requirements. This class meets or exceeds licensing prerequisites for child abuse assessment and reporting for LMFTs, LCSWs, LEPs, LPCCs, and psychologists alike under the California Business and Professions Code, Section 28. This interesting review and update for licensed professional involve videotaped presentations, lectures, discussions, and Q&A sessions. Learning the difference between mandatory and non-mandatory reporting and the steps in how to report child abuse are just some of the many important topics discussed in this continuing education course.

    About Continuing Education Online Education Courses

    Continuing education courses that are taught by experts and cover valuable material can be found at Professional Psych SEM. We offer a wide variety of continuing education courses that suit the needs of any mental health professional. To learn more about our courses, call us at (877) 777-0668 or visit our website at today.