Frequently Asked Questions
1. What do I need to take advantage of e-psychologist.org?
You must be an actively credentialed member of the National Register. You also need a computer, an internet connection, and a printer (if you need).
2. How much do the CE credits on e-psychologist.org cost?
Nothing. This service is completely free to Registrants.
3. I am not a Registrant. Can I still earn CE through e-psychologist.org?
No. But, if you decide to apply, you may read the articles and, upon approval of your application and submission of the registration requirements, you will then be able to access the CE exams. At that point you will be able to submit the exams for CE credits. Click here to apply.
4. I submitted answers for CE questions in prior issues of the Register Report. Is the CE I earned in the past now considered APA Approved CE?
No. To conform to APA's standards for continuing education sponsorship, the articles and questions from past issues of The Register Report were updated and learning objectives and evaluation forms were added to the articles available on e-psychologist.org.
5. What is the Basis for CE credits earned?
One (1) CE credit can be earned by successfully answering at least 80% of 10-13 exam questions on the subject of an article that contains approximately 4,000 words.
Two (2) CE credits can be earned by successfully answering at least 80% of 10-13 exam questions on the subject of an article that contains approximately 6,000 words.
Three (3) CE credits can be earned by successfully answering at least 80% of 10-13 exam questions on the subject of an article that contains at least 8,000 words and concerns legal updates or another kind of special publication.
6. Is CE earned on e-psychologist.org acceptable to my licensing board?
The National Register has offered free CE to Registrants through The Register Report for several years. However, the National Register was not an APA approved sponsor, and thus the licensing board had to make a decision on the National Register as an acceptable sponsor or review and approve the module on an individual basis. Responding to Registrant feedback about this potential hurdle, the National Register applied for APA Approval as a CE Sponsor in January 2003, and was approved on April 1, 2003 at the first APA CE Sponsor Committee meeting following submission of our application. The committee responded with this language:
CE credits earned through this program will meet the standards for acceptable CE credit in states, territories, or provinces that require continuing education credits for renewal of license.
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.