Helping Professionals Help Others
Licensed mental health and social work professionals need continuing education. We help those professionals help others by offering our 987 high-quality courses in a broad range of topics, while keeping it also affordable and convenient.
Are courses approved for my board?
Most likely they are! Our courses are widely accepted by national organizations and state boards. You can check our approvals page for full details.
CE or CEU? CE-credit.com offers CE hours, not CEUs.
Is it effective?
No matter how convenient or easy, CE is useless if doesn't update, broaden or extend your professional knowledge and skills. Recent evidence suggests that the traditional paradigm of in-person seminars, with credit given for attendance, just is not very effective. CE-credit.com courses couple stated objectives and a course post-test with proven articles and books on a particular topic.
We have been doing this for a decade now, and our members send us great feedback. CE-credit.com offers a less expensive, yet effective means toward professional development.
How much does it cost?
You can take courses for as low as $2.93 per credit! We also have our Unlimited Package that gives you two full years of unlimited course access for just $197. Check out our pricing options here.
Keep in mind that the cost of courses is only one point to consider. Equally important is that you have a wide selection of quality courses to choose from. While other online CE providers offer a similar low credit cost or an unlimited option, they often have just 20-50 courses. CE-credit.com offers you 987 quality courses to choose from, ranging from general clinical topics to courses specially developed to meet state special requirements such as Ethics, Laws & Regulations, HIV/AIDS and many others.
What Our Members Say...
As a professor, author and editor, I am not easily impressed. However, your consistent attention to individual and professional needs is rare. You earned my trust many years ago by offering what I need, but mainly through your ethical conduct.Steven
Our Newest Courses
For many years, the practice of psychotherapy for dissociative disorders was largely focused on working with adult survivors. Over the last 10 to 15 years, there has been increased recognition and focus on working with younger trauma survivors in developmentally appropriate ways to more effectively reduce or eliminate the need…» More
This course provides a summary presentation of changes to diagnostic criteria for Personality Disorders using the recently published DSM 5. The material not only discussed the background for developing the new diagnostic criteria, but also provides comparative data between Personality Disorder diagnostic criteria for DSM-IV and DSM 5.» More