Continuing Education For Mental Health Professionals

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CBC offers an array of continuing education opportunities to mental health professionals intended to build knowledge, skills, and competencies. This year, we will be offering the CBT Foundational and DBT Foundational virtually.

New York State Department of Education's new law requires all licensed psychologists to complete continuing education (CE) requirements beginning Jan. 1, 2021.

Starting Jan. 1, 2021, in order to register and practice the profession, each psychologist, licensed under the Education Law, must complete 36 hours of CE from a Department approved provider during each triennial registration period.

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CBT Training

This five-day summer training, created by Dr. Lata McGinn, is an intensive program that teaches cognitive behavioral therapy skills and provides CE credits.

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DBT Training

This five-day summer training, created by Dr. Alec Miller, is an intensive program that teaches dialectical behavior therapy skills and provides CE credits.

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Trauma and Prolonged Exposure Intensive Training

This four half-day winter training, led by Dr. Lata McGinn and Dr. Leigh Kwasny, is an intensive program that teaches trauma and prolonged exposure therapy skills and provides CE credits.

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CE Talks for Professionals

CBC is offering professional talks led by experts clinicians Dr. Lata McGinn, Dr. Rachel Busman, Dr. Minu Thomas, Dr. Brittney Fallucca, Dr. Chad Brice, and Ms. Rachel Lippin-Foster.

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Schwartzberg Training Center at CBC


The Schwartzberg Training Center was created as part of a mission to train students and professionals across the world in evidence based treatments. Our training center has been made possible through the vision of our co-founders and through a financial contribution made by the Schwartzberg family in honor of Mr. Schwartzberg’s brother who suffered from mental illness.

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