CEU Courses

ALL C. E. CREDITS PPR & STATE APPROVED, FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS, SOCIAL WORKERS, MARRIAGE & FAMILY THERAPISTS, & MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS.
ONLY ONE $95.00 FEE (REDUCED FEE, GOOD FOR 2014-2016 LICENSE RENEWALS,) FOR ALL THE COURSES NEEDED! (ONLY ONE TOTAL FEE OF $95.00 FOR FULL C.E. RENEWAL), FOR YOUR UPCOMING RENEWAL LICENSE CYCLES!! (NO ADDED COSTS!!)
FOR REGISTRANTS WHO ARE TO RECEIVE FREE COURSES, PLEASE INDICATE IN COMMENT BOX:

EACH COURSE=15 PPR APPROVED CE CREDITS!
Please check the course(s) for which you are registering: They will be mailed to you in 3 days.

Note: While offering both distance learning, mail and online courses for LCSW’s, MFT’s and LMHC’s, in Florida, PPR, as a Florida Licensing Board of Psychology Approved Provider, only offers Psychologists live on site courses for psychologist’s C.E. Credit.
For other Licensed Professional Psychotherapists, (LCSW’s, LMFT’s, LMHC’s,) we offer mail, online distance learning courses as well as live on site courses.

YOU WILL RECEIVE THE FULL MANUAL COURSE AND TEST IN THE MAIL IN 3 DAYS!

1. Integration of Pharmacological and Psychological Interventions for Mood Disorders – reviews the most recent research on the appropriate integration of psychotropics and psychotherapies for depressive disorders.
2. Cognitive Therapy with Mood Disorders – reviews the major cognitive and cognitive-behavioral therapies for mood disorders.
3. Establishing an Anger Alternatives Program within Your Practice – A step-by-step introduction to establishing and maintaining an anger alternatives program within your practice.
4. Psychological Treatment of Personality Disorders – understanding your patients’ underlying dynamics and defenses – moving beyond the shame.
5. Conducting and Writing Forensic Evaluations – An introduction to the exciting and developing field of forensic psychology. Reviews common requests regarding evaluations as well as appropriate write-ups and what to expect in terms of expert testimony.
6. Conducting and Writing Neuropsychological Evaluations – an introduction to the most commonly used tests and procedures. Examples of write-ups and treatment plans that can be derived from these evaluations are included.
7. Conducting and Writing Custody Evaluations – an introduction to the process of conducting a custody evaluation. A discussion of the most common tools used and how to write an integrated report. Discussion of where to draw the line as a psychologist in decision-making is included.
8. Pharmacopsychologist’s Research Review – a digest version of some of the newest research articles on the integration of psychological and pharmacological interventions for the treatment of psychological, neuropsychological, psychophysiological, and medical disorders.
9. Psychological Assessment Review – a review of the most frequently used psychological instruments. Specifying usefulness of each instrument for particular clinical presentations. Also, outlining the shortcomings of some of the most frequently used instruments. Good applications in clinical settings as well as for forensic purposes.
10. The Integrated Treatment of Substance Abuse and Dual Disorders – a review of the major interventions available for the treatment of substance abuse and combined substance/mental health concerns. Discussion of psychological, social, familial, and pharmacological interventions is included.
11. Pain Management – a review of pain management interventions available for the treatment of headaches, back pain, fibromyalgia, etc. A discussion of personality, psychological, biological, pharmacological, and behavioral factors is included.
12. Alternative Health Care Review – a review of alternative treatments available for a wide variety of psychological and medical concerns. Included are a discussion of fibromyalgia/homeopathic remedies, emerging psychological treatments, emerging pharmacology, emerging social/spiritual data, and the integration of alternative and mainstream treatment for human suffering.
13. Update on the Treatment of Childhood Mood Disorders – a review of the most recent research on the assessment and treatment of childhood mood disorders. A discussion of differential diagnosis is included.
14. Diagnosis and Treatment of Oppositional Defiant Disorder – a discussion of the most research in the area of ODD and some of the most common techniques used in major treatment centers in the U.S..
15. Hypnosis Update and Pain Management: Utilizing Hypnosis for Behavior Change – a discussion of the anecdotal as well as data-driven research on the use of hypnosis in the areas of pain management, and the use for weight loss, smoking cessation, and other types of behavioral change.
16. Child Psychotherapy and Play Therapy: Getting Kids to Talk – the use of play therapy with children. A review of the most common techniques in use today as well as most recent research in this area.
17. Diagnosis and Treatment of ADD and ADHD: Making the Right Diagnosis and Treatment Regimen – a review of the most appropriate procedures to use when diagnosing ADD as well as treatment consideration.
18. Update on Eating Disorders: Diagnosis and Treatment of Bulimia, Anorexia, and Bulimarexia – a review of the most recent research and treatment considerations.
19. Establishing and Conducting a Weight Loss Program Within Your Practice – a step-by-step program to help you establish and maintain a weight loss clinic within your practice.
20. Understanding and Utilizing Family Therapy: Beyond Systems and Structures – a review of the major theories within family therapy. This program will aid the clinician in conceptualizing from a systems framework and work within families.
21. Couples Counseling: Building Communication, Trust, and Intimacy – a review of common couples techniques and specific strategies for rebuilding healthy relationships.
22. Group Psychotherapy within managed Care – Working with the Primary Care Doctor as a Mental Health Doctor – a course for psychologists who see themselves as more than individual psychotherapists.
23. (NEW-UPDATED)Update on Law & Ethics: An Opportunity for Risk Management, for License Requirements – a review of APA and PPR ethics. A helpful review, meeting your licensing requirements!! Includes introduction from pharmacopsychologists perspective and psychotherapists’ applied discussions.
24. (NEW-UPDATED) Identifying and Treating Sposal/partner Abuse- Domestiv Violence, for License Requirements – a review of the more recent developments in the assessment and intervention with domestic violence. Meets your licensing requirements for this subject.
25. Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Childhood Sexual Abuse: Putting the Pieces Back Together, for License Requirements – more recent research and treatment discussions as well as anecdotal case discussion.
26. (NEW-UPDATED) Integrated Treatment of Geriatric Aging/Long Term Care, Biological, Social/Psychol. Aspects. Diagnosis and Team Interventions, for Lic. Requirements.
27. (NEW-UPDATED) HIV/AIDS and Related Subjects, for Lic. Requirements.
28. (NEW-UPDATED) Substance Abuse – Advanced, for Lic. Requirements.
29. Integrating Treatment and Healing From Trauma.
30. Asthma-Mind and Body- a Basic/Middle/Advanced Course.
31. (Updated) Cultural Diversity/Boundaries-Issues, for Lic. Requirements.
32. What You should Know About Alzheimer’s Disease.
33. (NEW) Medical Errors – Risk Management in Mental Health Practice, for Lic. Requirements.
34. Update on Schizophrenia-Diagnosis, Treatment and Theory.
35. (NEW) Shame Affect: Theory, Research and Clinical Treatment. A Common Covert Mental Problem.
36. (NEW) How Chemicals, Food and Exercise Can Re-Program Cognitive Brain Functioning.
37. (NEW) An Overview of Intelligence and Emotional Intelligence – Biological and Learning Factors.
38. (NEW) Teaching Others How to Positively Re-Program Their Brain.
39. (NEW) Depression in Youth – Exploration of Issues in Suicide and Depression in Youth.
40. (NEW) Cognitive and Neurological Side Effects of Psychotropic Medications.
41. (NEW) Pain Assessment and Management: Challenges in Pain Control, an Important Overview.
42. (NEW) Advanced Level Substance Abuse Addiction & Psychopharmacology .

43. (NEW) Psychotherapy: Treatment Models & Clinical Cases.
44. (NEW) Trauma and PTSD (War & Injury Trauma).
45. (NEW) Attachment Child Disorders, Theory and Treatment.

46. (NEW) Pharmacotherapy of Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplantation.
47. (NEW) Psychotherapists’ Office Manual and Successful Office Management Methods.
48. (NEW) Drug Use
Management Tools.
49. (NEW) Asthma: A Disease that Cannot be Ignored.
50. (NEW) A Case Approach to Neuroanatomy and Physiology.
51. (NEW) Cognitive Side Effects of Psychotropic Medications.

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Course numbers 23, 24, 27, 31 and 33 meet your license requirements in those subject areas as called for by your Licensing Board. Each course offers PPR approved 15 Continuing Education Credits and in other various states. You may choose as many 15 CE Credit courses as needed to meet your 2 year cycle of CE Credit license requirements, for ONE, TOTAL REDUCED FEE of $95.00! FOR ALL THE COURSES YOU NEED FOR YOUR UPCOMING (2014-2016) LICENSE RENEWALS!! (NO OTHER ADDED CHARGES!)

You may electronically (i.e.: FAX IN TO 305-937-7636) THE TEST RESPONSES FOR YOUR FULL CREDIT COURSES!!
ONLY ONE, TOTAL FLAT $95.00 FEE FOR ALL LICENSE CYCLE COURSES NEEDED!! (LOWEST FEES IN U. S.!)

Tel. 305-931-3552. For any questions, or E-mail us at: PPR@AOL.COM.
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2110 N. E. 206 St. Miami, FL 33179-2229

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