Continuing Education for mental health clinicians includes the presentation of clinical material. To protect confidentiality, the identities and aspects of cases are disguised. Attendees are asked to help protect confidentiality by keeping all content related to clinical case material confidential and to not discuss cases outside the programs.
- Consultation Disclaimer
Programs are intended for educational purposes only and are not intended to serve as clinical consultation or a substitute for clinical, legal, or risk management consultation regarding how best to intervene with specific individuals.
- Interactive, Experiential Learning Programs: Benefits and Risks
Programs with interactive, experiential learning exercises are intended to engage participants in exploring concepts, such as through small breakout group discussions and applying concepts in 1:1 role playing of hypothetical clinical situations. Experiential learning programs can have benefits for people who go through them. They can also have risks associated with, for example, discussing unpleasant issues and possibly experiencing uncomfortable feelings. Participants are asked to keep the experiences and content of these programs and everything shared by all participants confidential. The programs are intended for educational purposes only and are not intended to be psychotherapy or a substitute for psychotherapy. The exercises as well as content are the sole responsibility of the presenters.
- Responsibility for Content
The views, opinions, theoretical applications, and clinical case material presented during programs represent those of the presenters/authors who are solely responsible for their content and they do not necessarily represent the views of the Intrapsychic Humanism Society.
- Live Webinars and On Demand Webinars: Online Screen Attendance
To be awarded CE certificates, the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) requires all participants to join webinars using online screens, not call-in on phone lines, and maintain attendance throughout the webinars.
- Live Webinars, On Demand Webinars, and Reading Programs: Post-Program Test
The IDFPR requires a post-program test for online psychology programs. All mental health professionals will be required to take and pass a test following these programs in order to be awarded CE certificates.
- Access to On Demand Webinars and Reading Programs
Access will be available for six months after purchase.
The Intrapsychic Humanism Society reserves the right to change fees for programs and membership at any time.
- Cancellation Policies
In-Person Programs and Live Webinars (not recorded): In order to offer our programs at low rates and additional discounted fees, we are unable to offer refunds for cancellations.
Live Webinars (recorded) and On Demand Programs: These programs are available to view up to 6 months after purchase, beyond which period no refunds are available.
Membership Fees: In order to offer members our very lowest rates, we are unable to offer refunds for cancellations.
When recording programs during In-Person and Live Webinars for future use as On Demand Webinars, we record the presenters and use reasonable efforts to avoid recording participants. In order for attendees to feel comfortable asking questions, we de-identify the questions asked or omit Q&A periods from recordings.
The programs, tests, materials, and site content are copyrighted. Copyrights of presentations and articles are licensed to the Intrapsychic Humanism Society, unless stated otherwise. No one may not reproduce, distribute, sell or commercially exploit these materials without prior written consent by the Intrapsychic Humanism Society or to the extent permitted by law.
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