Continuing Education for Psychologists
I cannot attend most live presentations due to the
nature of my disability and your continuing
education program gives me the opportunity to
learn a comprehensive amount of new information
and get the credits needed for my licensure.
Fran, Member since 1984
As an early career psychologist,
money is a bit tight right now.
I really appreciate this benefit!
Andy, Member since 2012
Thank you for this service. I took the
maximum hours (18) for my Illinois
license renewal. The courses were
helpful and convenient!
Kristen, Member since 1992
The online CE opportunities provided by
the National Register are terrific. The
course are a cost-effective and convenient
way to meet CE requirements. I find the
articles to be interesting, well-written, and
applicable to my work.
Duane, Member since 1988
The continuing education exams on this site are free for psychologists who are current members of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. To get started, log in and select an area of learning that interests you. If you have any questions, let us know.
The National Register is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The National Register maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
If you are not a member of the National Register and would like to take advantage of numerous benefits, such as credentials banking, licensure mobility, and a profile on FindaPsychologist.org, you must first complete the National Register credentialing application, available at NationalRegister.org.
Earn continuing education credits from the articles in the newest issue of The Register Report.
Exams from this issue:
Assessing Wellness in Psychology: Examples from Medicine by Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt, PhD, ABPP and Heather Kirkpatrick, PhD, ABPP, MSCP
Individual and Organizational Influences on the Well-being of Psychologists by John F Christensen, PhD, and David S Shen-Miller, PhD
Elusive Connections Between Cancer and Emotions: A Distressing Journey for Psychologists and Their Patients by Ana L. Thomat, PhD, and Roger P. Greenberg, PhD
Self-Renewal for Correctional Psychologists: Common Challenges and Successful Solutions by Philip R. Magaletta, PhD, and Rokas Perskaudas, MA
Job Strain and Burnout in Military Psychology by Mark A. Staal, PhD, ABPP, and Joseph L. Bonvie, PsyD, ABPP