Continuing Education for Mental Health Professionals
Enhance your psychoanalytic education with Depth Counseling's online CE courses.
Depth Counseling offers courses worth continuing education credit for those pursuing certificates in clinical social work and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. We currently have three courses on offer, each worth one CE hour.
For a limited time, you may earn one free CE credit by enrolling in our first course, The Problem of the Negative Therapeutic Reaction, an analysis of Karen Horney's seminal paper presented by Depth Counseling's Founder and Clinical Director, Gregory S. Rizzolo, PhC LCPC. If you enjoy our first course, stick around and study two crucial papers by Sigmund Freud (that's two more CE hours for only $20 total!).
We plan to expand our offerings with many more courses and new instructors in the near future — stay tuned!
The Illinois Department of Federal and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) has approved Depth Counseling to issue continuing education credits for Licensed Clinical Social Workers and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors. If you are watching from another state, please consult your local licensing board for information on whether your state will accept continuing education credits from Illinois.
CE credits available for social workers and mental health counselors
Have you ever witnessed a patient recoil from what, just a second before, had seemed like a moment of genuine insight? Karen Horney explores this response and explains why it is common for a successful therapeutic intervention to produce it.
Have you ever wondered about the concept of transference? What exactly does it mean? How did Freud think about it? You will learn how to define transference, how it might manifest, and how to work with it in the course of a session.
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy rests on the notion that we repeat what we can't remember. Presenter Gregory S. Rizzolo PhD LCPC walks you through Freud's original argument and the implications for how we continue to think about therapeutic action.
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