The Committee on Continuing Education provides oversight to the many continuing educations (CE) programs in clinical psychopharmacology and related topics relevant to or of possible interest to those interested in the specialty of clinical psychopharmacology. The committee offers the free CE program listed on the main menu as well as monitors and accredits CE programs offered by ASAP/Div. 55, directly or by programs and specialty partnerships with other experts in the field of clinical psychopharmacology whose program and content meet the requirement of ASAP and APA. The committee also monitors other relevant programs related to the specialty of clinical psychopharmacology provided by other APA-approved providers and provides information to members of other CE opportunities related to clinical psychopharmacology.
- Kim Finney
If you are interested in presenting a CE program at APA 2019, please contact Joanna Sells, the division convention program chair. If you are interested in submitting a program for consideration at any other time, please contact the committee chair, Sarah Shelton.
Pharmacotherapy Training and Continuing Education
To advance the goals of ASAP and promote access for psychologists to ongoing education in psychopharmacology, one of the benefits of membership in ASAP is free continuing education. Watch here for continuing education resources, including free CE through your ASAP membership.
APA-Designated Psychopharmacology Training Programs
- Fairleigh Dickinson University
- California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University
- New Mexico State University
- University of Hawai'i
Comparison of Training Programs — This chart has been created to help you in deciding which training program in psychopharmacology may best meet your needs. It allows a direct comparison between programs on important variables such as length, outcome, and cost. We hope this information is useful to you as you begin your investigations into psychopharmacology training. Download PDF version (PDF, 52KB). Information provided is current as of date of online publication 9/18/2010.