CE Homestudy Programs


IPA is proud to begin offering Category I Continuing Education (CE) credit via Homestudy programs in 2021.

IPA has a rich library of recorded webinars from 2020 and 2021 webinars. We will be adding homestudy tests for programs and adding them to this site. Please check back regularly to see new offerings.

The process to complete the program is straightforward: 
1.  Click on a preferred "Archived Clinical Webinar" program below. Register for desired program.
2.  Use link on registration confirmation email to open Event Portal.
3.  Use provided hyperlink to watch the webinar recording.
4.  Use the Event Surveys section of the Event Portal to complete the evaluation and take the short test.
5.  Receive results via email (CE certificate or "please re-take" response).

The IPA program has been examined by the APA. All IPA CE programs have been vetted by the CE Committee. All tests have been inspected by the CE Committee and the original presenter. IPA is proud to offer this flexible option to benefit from our top-quality CE programs.

Please contact Connie Vore at admin@indianapsychology.org if you have any questions.

 
 
Archived Clinical Webinars Available for Homestudy
2021  

Testing by Telehealth: Ongoing Considerations for Assessment (Merrill & Wise, orig. 1.15.2021)

Immediacy at the Intersection of Impulse Control Disorders and Pandemics (Maass, orig. 2.19.2021)

Humbling Psychopharmacology Case Scenarios in Youth & Adults (Lowinsky, orig. 3.17.2021)

Long COVID: Red Flag Issues for Psychologists (Brown & Burkhardt, orig. 4.21.2021)

Assessment & Treatment of Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (Hanzlik, orig. 5.26.2021)

Caring for the Wounds of Racial Trauma (Henderson, orig. 6.30.2021)

 Language Access in the World of Mental Health (Phew, Buchan, Steck, orig. 7.9.2021)

The Impact of Social Media on Mental Health (Chapleau, orig. 8.20.2021)

Deaf and Hard of Hearing:  Misunderstood and Underserved (Part 1 of 2) (Bartlett, Tobenas, Wright, orig. 9.17.2021)

Deaf and Hard of Hearing:  Misunderstood and Underserved (Part w of 2) (Bartlett, Tobenas, Wright, orig. 10.15.2021)
  
2020  

Evaluation of Children and Adolescents with Sensory Impairments (Begyn, orig. 4.15.2020)

Clinical High Risk for Psychosis: Identification, Assessment and Intervention (Vohs, orig. 6.19.2020)

Introduction to Emotionally-Focused Couple Therapy (EFT): An Evidence-Based Couple Therapy Model (Hanzlik, orig. 11.19.2020)

Anything less than your best is unacceptable: Deconstructing maladaptive perfectionism (S. Cunningham, orig. 11.19.2020)

Hot Topics in Training and Supervision: Addressing Race and Racism (Goldfrad, Cunningham, Viehoff, orig. 11.19.2020)
Women on the Autism Spectrum: Identifying and Understanding the Female Phenotype of ASD (Merrill, orig. 11.19.2020)

The Role of Psychologists in an Integrated Delivery System Designed for Geriatric Neuropsychiatric Patients in Long-Term Care Settings (Heiser & Posar, orig. 11.19.2020)

Owning Our Counter-Resistances to Enhancing Therapeutic Gains (Alexy, orig. 11.19.2020)

Trauma Informed Schools:  What are they and what can psychologists do to support them? (Kruczek, orig. 11.19.2020)

Metacognition and Psychosis: A Novel Recovery Oriented and Integrative Approach to Psychotherapy for Adults (Lysaker, orig. 11.19.2020)

The Interrelationship between Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Delirium, Depression, and Dementia: The Potential Long-Term Consequences of COVID-19 Post-intensive care syndrome (PICS) (Wang, orig. 11.20.2020)

Applied Ethics:  Using the CASES Approach to Resolve Ethical Dilemmas (Woller, orig. 11.20.2020)

PTSD at the End of Life (Lightfoot, orig. 11.20.2020)

Homestudy Program: Giving Psychology Away: Why and How You Can Engage in Advocacy (Zelechoski, orig. 11.20.2020)

Homestudy Program: After the vaccine:  Will we recognize ourselves in the mirror? (Sammons, orig. 11.20.2020)

An Introduction to Adolescent Dialectical Behavior Therapy (Butler, orig. 11.20.2020)

Suicide:  From Research to Practice (Goldfrad & Steck, orig. 11.20.2020)