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The Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology and Florida International University's Center for Children and Families are proud to offer online education in evidence-based approaches in child and adolescent mental health.

Last modified on April 24th, 2018 at 9:35 pm

Professionals can earn continuing education credit for watching our online Treatment Training Workshops and Keynote Addresses on evidence-based approaches in child and adolescent mental health by clicking here.

The available videos and resources are applicable to a wide variety of professionals (e.g., teachers, mental health counselors, case workers) who work with youth.

Professionals may earn 1 continuing education credit for watching a keynote, passing the accompanying quiz, and completing the evaluation. Workshops vary in length, and therefore vary in the number of continuing education credits. Please check the description of each workshop for its length. Partial credit is not awarded, so you must complete the entire course in order to earn credit.

Informational videos presented by the experts in the field feature reviews and workshops for evidence-based interventions. The available videos and resources are applicable to a wide variety of students and professionals who work with youth.

Member Forums to aide Peer Networking and Communications

To extend networking and continuing education opportunities for members, the Society is planning increased webinars and continuing education. Multiple committees (Education and Standards; Communications) are working to introduce live-streamed webinars that are interactive and contemporary. In addition, the Society is interested in building platforms that aide member consultation, networking, and discussion beyond the initial webinars. Group fora may take advantage of online group services (e.g., Google Groups; Facebook Live) or build off of extensions on the Society’s website. In this way, we can use online webinars as initial starting points for conversation amongst smaller groups of interested members. Stay tuned for more information and possible pilot groups to test out different approaches to extending how we network!

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