Clearly Clinical Provides Podcast CE Credits for Psychologists, Therapists, Social Workers, Clinical Counselors, and Addiction Counselors Nationwide

Our CE Approvals: APA, NBCC, NAADAC, CAMFT, & CCAPP


All of our courses are available as podcasts on Apple & Google



"Clinical Documentation: What You Need & What You Don’t" (1 Law & Ethics CE Credit Hour)

A free podcast Continuing Ed course

An informative and engaging presentation to help you streamline your progress notes, by clinical documentation guru Elizabeth Irias, LMFT. Learn how to make your progress notes sharper, faster, and simpler with easy-to-use strategies and tips, including Elizabeth’s copyrighted progress note method, called Safety FIRST.
Learn more & take the free Clinical Documentation course

"Disaster Mental Health: How to Help in the Aftermath of a Tragedy" (1 CE Credit Hour)

A free podcast CEU course

Clearly Clinical is located in Thousand Oaks, CA, the site of the Borderline Bar mass shooting and the raging wildfires in November 2018; we released this course in order to help prepare our colleagues in the event of a community tragedy. Thousand Oaks, CA locals Robert Scholz, LMFT, LPCC, and Susan Hall, JD, PhD, discuss Disaster Mental Health and how it impacts multiple facets of care, ranging from treatment planning to clinician burnout.
Learn more & take the free Disaster Mental Health course

Giving Back is One of Our Values

Clearly Clinical donates a portion of proceeds to The Trevor Project, a nonprofit that provides a national 24-hour, toll-free confidential suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth. We appreciate your support of this project.

We Celebrate & Support Diversity

Progressive and relevant courses and presentersWe seek and support women and minority presenters, and topics that are particularly socially-relevant and progressive.  It's time to shake up the world of Continuing Ed and add more diversity to the mix.

Our Growing Course Library

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