Continuing Education for Mental Health Professionals

SCRC is an approved
CE provider for 3 accreditation agencies:

  • American Psychological Association: The Spiritual Competency Resource Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Spiritual Competency Resource Center maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
  • California Board of Behavioral Sciences accepts CE credits for license renewal by LCSWs and MFTs for programs from CE approved sponsors of the American Psychological Association. LCSWs and MFTs from states other than California need to check with their state licensing board for approval.
  • California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN Provider CEP16887) for licensed nurses in California

SCRC Introduction:

The Spiritual Competency Resource Center provides access to online resources that enhance the cultural sensitivity of mental health professionals. Spirituality is now accepted as an important component of cultural competence for mental health professionals. These resources include online courses, audio-visual resources, articles, and live workshops.

Questions?
Contact founder and instructor David Lukoff, PhD by email or call (707) 763-3576.

Courses by Category - All Courses are FREE to PreviewSkip Navigation Links.
Expand <strong>Forgiveness Courses</strong> - 5 coursesForgiveness Courses - 5 courses
Expand <strong>Mindfulness Courses</strong> - 12 coursesMindfulness Courses - 12 courses
Expand <strong>Self-Compassion Courses</strong> - 4 coursesSelf-Compassion Courses - 4 courses
Expand <strong>Spiritually Oriented Interventions Courses</strong> - 6 coursesSpiritually Oriented Interventions Courses - 6 courses

Featured Video:

This video presents the background and research for the DSM-IV-TR and also DSM-5 category

This video presents the background and research for the DSM-IV-TR category Religious or Spiritual Problem, specifically focusing on Mystical Experiences as a type of spiritual problem that can present as a mental disorder. However if recognized and treated as a spiritual experience, it can benefit the individual and avoid unnecessary use of hospitalization and medication.

Upcoming Live Workshops for CE:

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Expand <strong>5/22/2019 | RO-DBT: Adapting DBT Therapies for Dysregulation and Over-Control</strong>5/22/2019 | RO-DBT: Adapting DBT Therapies for Dysregulation and Over-Control
Expand <strong>5/24/2019 | Mindful Eating</strong>5/24/2019 | Mindful Eating
Expand <strong>6/1/2019 | Queering Psychedelics Conference — Saturday</strong>6/1/2019 | Queering Psychedelics Conference — Saturday
Expand <strong>6/4/2019 | Compassion Cultivation Training—Walter/Tuesdays</strong>6/4/2019 | Compassion Cultivation Training—Walter/Tuesdays
Expand <strong>6/6/2019 | Conscious Dying Part One: Preparing for Transition</strong>6/6/2019 | Conscious Dying Part One: Preparing for Transition
Expand <strong>6/6/2019 | Conscious Dying Part Two: Attending to the Moment of Death and Beyond</strong>6/6/2019 | Conscious Dying Part Two: Attending to the Moment of Death and Beyond
Expand <strong>6/7/2019 | Grief, Gratitude, and Hope at the End-of-Life</strong>6/7/2019 | Grief, Gratitude, and Hope at the End-of-Life
Expand <strong>6/7/2019 | Conscious Dying in Clinical Settings</strong>6/7/2019 | Conscious Dying in Clinical Settings
Expand <strong>6/8/2019 | Celtic Grief Practices</strong>6/8/2019 | Celtic Grief Practices
Expand <strong>6/8/2019 | African American Spirituality</strong>6/8/2019 | African American Spirituality

Email: david.lukoff@gmail.com   |  Phone: (707) 763-3576.