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  • Continuing Ed Psychology for Professionals

    It’s important for healthcare professionals continually update their psychology continuing education. Industry requirements sanction that professionals – psychologists, social workers, MFTs (Marriage and Family Therapist), nurses, and counselors – keep up with the latest knowledge, treatments, and innovations to best serve their patients. These requirements are determined by the California Board of Psychology which aims to protect the health, safety, and welfare of consumers and advocate for the highest principles of professional psychological practice.

    Licensed professionals looking to expand and retain their state licenses have numerous options to choose from. Professional Psych Seminars offers online continuing education courses on a variety of topics, including addiction, aging, stress, suicide and more treatment-specific topics. Participants also have the opportunity to embark on a relaxing yet informative way to help them to assist their patients and clients more effectively.

    Fighting Fat Psychology

    Thankfully, because the board requires 36 hours of continuing education every two years for mental health professionals, you can participate in multiple webinars/seminars. One great option is Weight, Diet and Body Image: The Essentials for Treatment. This course runs on PCs, Macs, tablets and phones. The central focus of this specific course is on both eating disorders and obesity. Issues of depression, self-esteem, marital and sexual problems are all explored as well. During this continuing education psychology course, you will learn about diet myths, surgical treatments and effective methods designed to help clients deal with hunger or binge eating.

    Learn More About Continuing ED Psychology Courses Today

    At Professional Psych Seminars, we offer a large variety of workshops and live seminars for mental health professionals to choose from. Our courses offer easy ways to expand your knowledge base and earn continuing education credits. To learn more about the courses we offer, or to enroll in the Weight, Diet and Body image course, visit our website at www.psychsem.com.