Maintain licensure or certification requirements through professional development courses for psychologists, social workers, therapists, counselors, case workers, substance abuse professionals, health educators, and others. Choose between online and in-person classes to fit into your busy schedule and licensure deadlines.
At a Glance
What: Online and in-person classes. Choose from one-day workshops, multi-day certificates, and intensive training programs.
Who: Presented by UW-Madison faculty and staff, regional and national content experts, and experienced practitioners.
Questions? Contact Ashley Kuehl at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-265-4267.
Certification: UW-Madison Continuing Studies is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Continuing Studies maintains responsibility for the programs and their content. We are an approved continuing education provider through the most respected professional organizations.
For complete information view CEU and approved hours information
Browse upcoming programs in these areas:
Certificate and Specialty Training Programs
Grief Support Specialist Certificate
Designed to equip counselors, educators, and other healthcare personnel with the tools to assist people in finding healing in the midst of loss, whether that loss be a death, a divorce, or any other traumatic personal devastation.
New: Advanced Dementia Care Specialist Certificate
Get the knowledge and practice skills you need to provide competent and compassionate advanced dementia care.
Divorce and Family Mediation
Gain a new way of thinking and innovative approaches to mediate professional or personal conflict. Programs meet multiple professional requirements and training standards.
Substance Use Disorders Certificate
Practical information and skills to help human service professionals make real differences in the lives of substance abusers.
End-of-Life Compassionate Care Certificate
This certificate is intended to prepare all of us, whether we are social workers, counselors, retirement or nursing home workers, or just concerned individuals, to address the needs of people in the final phases of life.
Motivational Interviewing (MI) Competency Certificate
Develop competencies in Motivational Interviewing (MI), a well-established, evidence-based practice for addressing a range of clinical problems across multiple settings and systems.