Continuing Education for Mental Health Professionals

SCRC is an approved
CE provider for 3 accreditation agencies:

  • California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS Approval PCE 111) for LCSWs and MFTs in California.
  • California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN Provider CEP11909) for licensed nurses in California.
  • American Psychological Association (APA) SCRC is approved by the APA to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Spiritual Competency Resource Center maintains responsibility for its programs and their content.

SCRC Introduction:

The Spiritual Competency Resource Center provides access to online resources that enhance the cultural sensitivity of mental health professionals. Spirituality is now accepted as an important component of cultural competence for mental health professionals. These resources include online courses, audio-visual resources, and articles.

Questions? Contact founder and instructor David Lukoff, PhD by email or
call (707) 763-3576.

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Expand <strong>Self-Compassion Courses</strong> - 4 coursesSelf-Compassion Courses - 4 courses
Expand <strong>Spiritually Oriented Interventions Courses</strong> - 6 coursesSpiritually Oriented Interventions Courses - 6 courses

Maps co-sponsored CoursesNew! Co-sponsored Courses with MAPS based on videos from the Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century conference (open category below)

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Featured Video:

Mystical Experiences as a type of DSM-IV-TR Religious or Spiritual Problem

This video presents the background and research for the DSM-IV-TR category Religious or Spiritual Problem, specifically focusing on Mystical Experiences as a type of spiritual problem that can present as a mental disorder. However if recognized and treated as a spiritual experience, it can benefit the individual and avoid unnecessary use of hospitalization and medication.

Upcoming Live Workshops for CE:

10/25/2014 | An Introduction to EFT | More Info >>

10/25/2014 | Coming Down to Earth: A Day of Zen Practice for Women | More Info >>

11/7/2014 | Mindful Eating | More Info >>

1/10/2015 | Key Legal and Ethical Issues for Supervisors [Satisfies CA BBS Law and Ethics CE requirement] | More Info >>

2/7/2015 | The Social Neuroscience of Psychotherapy: Changing the Brain Through Healing Relationships | More Info >>

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