Areas of Study Approved for Board Certification in Psychotherapy:

Modalities of Psychotherapy

Psychophysiology

Neuroscience

Addiction and Substance Abuse

Trauma / PTSD

Psychopharmacology

Mindfulness

Psychodrama

Integrative & Behavioral Health

Clinical Hypnosis

Biofeedback / Neurofeedback

Mind/Body Relationship

Genetics / Epigenetics

Couples and Family

Assessment and Diagnosis

Affective Disorders

Attachment

Multicultural Diversity

Gender Issues

Therapeutic Efficacy

Telemental Health

Ethics

Sexual Intimacy

Motivational Interviewing

Grief and Loss

Sexual Addiction

Spirituality

Memory Rescue

Neurocognitive Issues

Dream Work

Infidelity

Eating Disorders

Shame / Vulnerability

Being a Psychotherapist

Divorce

Autism

Self Care

Ericksonian Hypnosis

Family Systems

CEU Credits as may be acquired only through American College of Psychotherapy approved Conferences, Workshops, Training, Online Courses, Pod Cast, and a Suggested Reading List of books by those authors listed above as providing our curriculum.

Special consideration will be available for those who, because of disabilities, distance, or other circumstances, find it difficult to attend in person.

Specialist
Membership in the American College of Psychotherapy provides clear development plans for areas of Specialization that can help you define and grow your professional identity in your community of practitioners. Having achieved Diplomat Status, you are then eligible to pursue the distinction of Specialist.

Areas of Specialty Include

 

  • Clinical Psychotherapy
  • Integrative Psychotherapy
  • Trauma Treatment
  • Attachment and Neurobiology
  • Addiction Treatment
  • Neuropsychotherapy
  • Couples and Family Therapy
  • Ericksonian Hypnosis
  • Neuroscience and Psychophysiology
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