TDC is an approved CE provider through the ASWB's ACE (Approved Continuing Education) program. The California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) also accepts continuing education credits given through ACE-approved courses.

Structural Family Therapy: The Four Step Assessment Model

This course will help mental health clinicians gain an understanding about Structural Family Therapy and how it provides a road map to assist clinicians in conceptualizing how individual problems are maintained by family interactional patterns. This course provides 3 hours of CE. 

HIV/AIDS Beyond the Stigma: Seeing the Human in HIV

This course will help therapists increase their professional knowledge related to HIV/AIDS and will enhance the therapist’s skills and application in practice. The course will not only increase the therapist’s knowledge of the virus and the disease, it will explore HIV/AIDS stigma which affects prevention, treatment and services. This course provides 7 hours of CE. The course fulfills the BBS first renewal requirement. 

Understanding Character Styles

This unique course gives users an introduction to a way of understanding the "attitudes, expectations, behaviors, and emotional processes that shape our possibilities and limits." Taken from a live training course with Lynne Jacobs, PhD, the audio lectures cover common character styles (NOT pathological behavior patterns or diagnoses) that are often seen in clients who seek therapy. This course provides 7 hours of CE.

Clinical Supervision

This course will help both current and aspiring supervisors in developing and strengthening their supervisory skills. With the proper level of knowledge and competencies, supervisors can assist newer mental health professionals build their skills and preserve a higher level of professionalism in the field. This course provides 6 hours of CE.  For California BBS, the Supervisor Training Requirements LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs must complete a minimum of six (6) hours of supervision training within 60 days of commencement of supervision, and six (6) hours of supervision training each renewal period. Please check your state's specific requirements.

Interpersonal Psychotherapy: An Overview

This course will help mental health clinicians gain an understanding about Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), an evidenced based practice proven to be helpful in treating Depressive Disorders, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Social Phobia and some Eating Disorders. This course provides 4 hours of CE.