Raising the Standard in Continuing Education
We want to make continuing education better for helping professionals.
We believe mental and behavioral health practitioners and healthcare teams are critical to solving some of the biggest challenges humans face in the modern world. By providing evidence-based training of the highest quality, we aim to measurably improve their ability to deliver the best possible care and make a lasting positive impact for the people they serve.
As part of this effort, we’re proud to partner with like-minded organizations to provide quality continuing education opportunities. We invite you to explore our educational partners below.
Become an Educational Partner
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If you share our mission and need support in offering continuing education credits for your workshops, webinars, conferences, or other learning activities, we’re here to help.
Through our Educational Partner Program, Praxis can work with you to offer CE credits for medical doctors, nurses, psychologists, social workers, and interprofessional CE. Many states will also accept these approvals for counselors as well as marriage and family therapists.
We understand every company has different needs. Together, we can build a partnership that offers the exact support you require, such as guidance in approval and review processes or collaborative development of CE-eligible activities. We have the tools and systems in place to make the often arduous task of offering CE a smooth process. Working side-by-side with you each step of the way, we’ll help ensure your activity meets all CE requirements.
Contact our Continuing Education Program Director at email@example.com to learn more about how our Partnership Program can support you and your mission.
Meet Our Educational Partners
Beck Institute is a leading source internationally for training, therapy, and resources in cognitive behavior therapy. They deliver workshops to mental health professionals, researchers, and educators worldwide, as well as state-of-the-art therapy and consultations through their Philadelphia-based facility.
Dr. Aaron T. Beck developed CBT in the 1960s. Together with his daughter, Dr. Judith Beck, he later established Beck Institute, a non-profit with the goal of providing cutting-edge psychotherapy in a new clinical setting as well as comprehensive training opportunities for thousands of professionals across the globe.
The Couples Institute offers world-class training for therapists and was founded by Dr. Ellyn Bader and Dr. Peter Pearson, who are known worldwide for their pioneering work in couples therapy.
Since 1984, Drs. Bader and Pearson have worked to help couples resolve issues and create strong, loving relationships. Together, they developed the Developmental Model of Couples Therapy, which is the focus of their training programs. Their award-winning book on couples therapy, which introduces the Developmental Model, is in its sixteenth printing and is used in graduate schools across the country.
Leading Edge Seminars was founded by Michael Kerman, MSW, to provide training to mental health practitioners and human services professionals. Since their beginning in 1993, they’ve offered over a thousand trainings featuring leading experts, stimulating presentation styles, and highly relevant topics that help keep professionals on the “leading edge” of their fields.
Their goal is to give counselors, therapists, social workers, health care professionals, educators, managers, and others new skills and a fresh perspective they can use right away in their work.
For over two decades, Mindfulness Travels has provided educational retreats in inspiring places with leaders in the field of mindfulness and mindful movement. Their retreats integrate experiential education, cultural exploration, and connection with nature, offering opportunities to learn, practice, and refine skills in a supportive group setting. They are dedicated to supporting professional education in mindfulness while also facilitating a sense of community, connection with the natural world, and culturally enriching experiences.
Stressed Teens began in 2004 with the goal of disseminating the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Teens Program (MBSR-T), an adaptation of Jon Kabat-Zinn’s program for adults with strong influence by mindfulness-based cognitive therapy. Taking a mind-body approach and focusing on the whole person, they teach mindfulness skills and important tools to those in their pre-teen years through young adulthood to improve functioning and quality of living — physically, socially, and psychologically.
Our CE Mission Statement
Our CE mission at Praxis is to set a new standard in evidence-based continuing education for psychologists, counselors, social workers, marriage and family therapists, behavior analysts, substance-abuse counselors, psychiatrists, physicians, nurses, other behavioral health professionals, and healthcare teams.
The goal of our work is to measurably improve the competency, knowledge, skills, and performance quality of mental health and health care professionals and interprofessional teams. The ultimate objective being the improvement of our mental health and healthcare community’s ability to deliver the best in evidence-based patient care.