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The American Psychological Association Online Academy has expanded. Now more courses
are available in the Online Academy’s two campuses: Convention Workshop Presentations and
Professional Development Presentations.
Each APA Online Academy course contains multimedia presentations, downloadable
PowerPoint slides, and progress quizzes. You can take your course from the comfort of your
own home or anywhere you have access to the Internet. Upon successful
completion of a program (a score of 75% or higher), you can print your CE
To order APA Online Academy programs, visit www.apa.org/ed/ce.
Contact the APA Office of Continuing Education in Psychology at 1-800-374-
2721, ext. 5991, for more information.
PDP provides shorter, targeted trainings with interactive
PowerPoint slides and associated educational resources.
CE CREDITS 3
Addressing Substance Use in General
Practice: Tools for Practitioners
Presented by Frederick Rotgers
In this program, participants will learn how to screen for,
assess briefings with, and intervene with substance users
in general practice settings and be provided with tools for
ensuring that these patients receive the most appropriate
CE CREDITS 2
Adult and Pediatric Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD): Nature,
Assessment, and Treatment
Presented by Shauna H. Springer
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a significant
and common disorder. It often presents differently in
children and adults, but can be effectively diagnosed and
treated in both populations. This program provides an
overview of OCD and its diagnostic criteria and details a
variety of effective mechanisms for assessing and treating
it. Behavioral and pharmacological interventions are
discussed, described, and illustrated as they are used in
practical clinical contexts. 2009.
CE CREDITS 2
An Introduction to Statistical
Presented by Paul Jose
This session introduces the technique of statistical
moderation and covers how moderation and mediation
differ in certain respects, how Baron and Kenny
conceptualize moderation, and the steps to prepare
data and compute the linear regressions necessary for
determining whether moderation is significant or not.
CE CREDITS 4
APA’s Ethics Code: An Introduction
Presented by Stephen Behnke
The bylaws of the American Psychological Association
charge the APA Ethics Committee with formulating “rules
or principles of ethics for adoption by the Association.”
This course provides an overview of the APA Ethics Code
that the APA Council of Representatives adopted in August
2002 (which became effective in June 2003). 2005.
CE CREDITS 5
NEW! Bipolar Across the Life Cycle
Presented by Eric Youngstrom
This INTERMEDIATE workshop discusses whether bipolar
appears differently in children versus adults, accurate