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Thank you to all who participated in our 2022 series of continuing education workshops! We had nearly 500 participants join us at our three major Mental Health Workshops. It was a fantastic year of learning, professional development, and community building. Here's what we offered in 2022:

  • Assessing for Suicide Risk in Adolescents - Dr. Bethany Friedman, March 18 & 25
  • Caring for Ourselves and Others: Tools, Resources, and Conversation for Educators in the Aftermath of School Violence - Kathryn Hendricks, LMFT, June 1
  • Gender Affirming Mental Health Symposium - Jei Africa, PhD, Jan Hastings, MD, Aydin Olson-Kennedy, LMFT, and Janet Sims, MFT, November 4.  

We are currently putting together our series of lectures, courses, and workshops for 2023.  Please reach out to if there is a particular topic that you'd like to see us offer or that you'd like to teach. We are excited to keep growing our programming and continuing to offer high-level workshops on relevant topics to the psychology and therapist community. Check back soon to see what we will offer in the spring, summer, and fall of 2023!




Important information regarding all workshops:
  • Santa Clara University and the Center for Professional Development is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. SCU maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
  • The Center for Professional Development does not receive commercial support for its programs.
  • Refunds: If you have registered for a workshop and can no longer attend, please email Refunds may be given up to two weeks prior to the course or may be applied to a future workshop.
  • Complaints: The Center for Professional Development is fully committed to conducting all activities in strict conformance with the American Psychological Association's Ethical Principles of Psychologists. If you believe there is an issue which requires intervention and/or action, please call (408) 551-3443 or email to formalize your complaint in writing. You will receive a response from the CPD staff and notified of the procedure to be followed in order to handle your grievance.

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