CONTINUING EDUCATION

8 hours of continuing education is available!

National Board for Certified Counselors, Inc. and Affiliates (NBCC)
APPROVED!

The 2017 Southeastern School Behavioral Health Conference has been approved by NBCC for NBCC credit. Sessions approved for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Southeastern School Behavioral Community is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. NBCC Approval No. SP 2816.

The South Carolina Nurses Association (SCNA)
APPLIED, waiting on approval

SCNA is ANCC/COA accredited, therefore, its approval is recognized by all other state nurses associations and most state boards of nursing. Nurses licensed in other states are advised to check on that state’s specific requirements regarding reciprocity.

NASW South Carolina Chapter
APPROVED!

The 2017 Southeastern School Behavioral Health Conference has been approved by NASW-SC for social work continuing education credit – up to 6 Social Work hours, up to 8 General Hours, 8 hours maximum. Social workers from outside of SC are advised to check with their local licensing board to see if they will accept NASW-SC approved continuing education credits.

Department of Mental Health (SCDMH)
APPROVED!

The 2017 Southeastern School Behavioral Health Conference has been approved by SC DMH for social work and licensed counselor / therapist continuing education units and continuing education contact and training hours. Up to .8 CEU’s, 8 Contact Hours, 8 Training Hours, 8 Licensed Professional Counselor Contact Hours, 8 Marriage and Family Therapist Contact Hours, and 6 Social Work Contact hours.

All others:

Educators: Prior accreditation could not be obtained, as it is a district by district decision. You will be issued a certificate of attendance that will reflect the number of sessions you attend. We can help you get pre-approval from your district. Contact Lee via email (Lee.Fletcher@sc.edu); please include the information you need.

Psychologists: The length of the APA accreditation process is currently outside of our planning abilities. However, the conference is directly related to your field.

Other fields: Please email Lee (Lee.Fletcher@sc.edu), if you would like us to pursue accreditation from your field.

hosted by The South Carolina School Behavioral Health Community
APRIL 27 & 28, 2017

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