Regional Course Information
Regional Course Catalog and registration website for spring 2013 is now available.
Detailed registration instructions are available here.
Remember that you may only register for four courses in the spring semester (February-June). Spring course registration is now available. If you register for more than that, the system will only take the first four.
Our training hours have changed.
Five hour courses are now 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Six hour courses (ethics) are now 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Welcome to Behavioral Healthcare Education, the training and technical assistance division of the Department of Psychiatry. We provide behavioral health continuing education and consultation.
Upcoming Training Opportunities:
Co-Occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders Series
FREE online course now open!
“An Overview of DSM-IV TR Psychiatric and Substance Use Disorders in Adults” is a 2.5 hour course, providing a primer on major mental disorders in adults (Axes 1 and 2), as well as substance-related disorders.
This course is free to everyone registered for the full COD series; continuing education certificates will be issued to those participants free of charge. For those not registered for the entire series, the course can still be viewed and completed. In order to receive a continuing education certificate a payment of $30 will be required. Please contact our office at 215-831-4055 for further information.
PLEASE NOTE: You must register for this course. Learn more about the course or register online.
Learn more about available training on LGBTQI.
CE credits are available.
Contact Behavioral Healthcare Education
Toll Free: 877-243-3033