Below you will find summaries of the continuing education requirements for psychotherapists and addiction counselors, social workers and psychologists in your Canada and links to the appropriate regulations.
We have several courses approved in the catalog on the CACCF website
Registered Social Workers
Appears our approval by the Florida Board of Social Work as well as NAADAC make our courses acceptable.
- New Brunswick
- Northern Canada
- Ontario Social Work
- Saskatchewan Association of Social Work
- Alberta College of Social Work
- Nova Scotia Professional Development Council
- British Columbia College of Social Workers
- Newfoundland and Labrador College of Social Workers
- Manitoba College of Social Workers
- Prince Edward Island Social Work Registration Board
Continuing education courses on attachment theory, attachment trauma, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES), attachment styles, abandonment anxiety and more.
Precertification/prelicensure curriculum and ongoing continuing education for addiction counselors, recovery support specialists and other addiction professionals.
Child Development & Parenting
Online courses on child development adolescent development, parenting skills and special needs of college students.
Diagnosis and Treatment
Assessment, diagnosis and treatment of common mental disorders in the DSM 5 TR and ICD-11
Goal Setting & Motivation
Explore goal setting best practices, types of motivation, ways to enhance motivation, causes for resistance and behavior modification techniques.
Integrative / Holistic & Neuropsychology
Learn about neurotransmitters, the relationship between hormones and mental health, the HPA, HPG and HPT-Axes; the gut brain axis and mental health; the importance of circadian rhythms on mental health, the connection between inflammation and mental illness and more.
Mindfulness & Meditation
Explore mindfulness and meditation practices and benefits for treating mental health issues, cognitive and attentional issues, pain, sleep disorders and more.
Explore unique needs of older adults, signs of dementia, dementia prevention strategies, special needs of caregivers, and communicating with the cognitively impaired.
Ethics, documentation, domestic violence, health and safety and supervision.
Tools and Techniques
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Person Centered Therapy. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. EMDR and more…
Trauma, Crisis and Suicide
Explore current best practices for assessment, early intervention and treatment of trauma, crisis and suicidal and nonsuicidal ideation.