Webinar Series

CE Requirements

State

Credits

Year

Deadline (Renewal corresponds to individual expiration date)

Specifics

Alabama

20

1

October 1 to September 30

Alaska

20

1

July 1

3 ethics

Arizona

60

2

April 30, odd

40 Category 1; 20 category 2; 4 hours Professional Ethics, Risk Management; 4 hours Domestic/Intimate Person Violence; Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting (DPW approved)

Arkansas

20

1

June 30

California

36

2

renewal

25% live (9 hours)

Colorado

none

Connecticut

10

1

renewal

Conditions Relevant to Veterans and Their Family

Delaware

40

2

July 31, odd

District of Columbia

30

2

December 31, odd

Florida

40

2

May 31, even

Prevention of Medical Errors; Professional Ethics, Risk Management

Georgia

40

2

December 31, even

Hawaii

18

2

June 30, even (for renewals starting 7/16)

Idaho

20

1

renewal

Professional Ethics, Risk Management

Illinois

24

2

September 30, even

Professional Ethics, Risk Management

Indiana

40

2

August 31, even

Professional Ethics, Risk Management

Iowa

40

2

June 30, even

Professional Ethics, Risk Management; Mental Health Laws and Regulations

Kansas

50

2

June 30, even

Diagnosis and Treatment

Kentucky

39

3

renewal

Louisiana

30

2

June 30, year based on license number

Professional Ethics, Risk Management (or Forensics)

Maine

36

2

April 30, even (40 for renewals starting 7/16)

Maryland

40

2

March 31, year based on license number

Professional Ethics, Risk Management; Cultural Diversity

Massachusetts

20

2

June 30, even

Michigan

30

2

renewal

2 pain management; 3 hours Professional Ethics, Risk Management; training in identifying human trafficking victims

Minnesota

40

2

renewal

Mississippi

20

2

June 30, odd

2 Professional Ethics, Risk Management

Missouri

40

2

November 30, odd renewal

Montana

40

2

December 31, year based on license number

Nebraska

24

2

January 1, odd

6 hours scientific and professional ethics and standards; 2 evidence-based suicide prevention; no more than 15 distance learning

Nevada

30

2

January 1, odd renewal

Professional Ethics, Risk Management (or scientific ethics); Suicide Prevention and Awareness

New Hampshire

40

2

renewal

6 ethics

New Jersey

none

Effective 6/1/2017, 40 CE hours every 2 years, 10 must be live, 4 DV. June 1, odd years.

New Mexico

40

2

July 1

6 Cultural Diversity

New York

none

North Carolina

18

2

October 1, even

October 1, even years, September 30, odd years; 3 hours in Professional Ethics, Risk Management

North Dakota

40

2

October 31

3 Professional Ethics, Risk Management, law, jurisprudence;

Ohio

23

2

August 31, even

3 Professional Ethics, Risk Management

Oklahoma

20

1

December 31

CPE cal year Oct 1 through Sep 30; report due Nov 1; Professional Ethics, Risk Management

Oregon

40

2

renewal

50 CE; 4 CE in  ethics; 7 CE pain management; 1 time requirement 1 CE provided by Oregon Pain  Management Commission within first 24 mo of first renewal notice

Pennsylvania

30

2

November 30, odd

Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting (DPW approved)

Puerto Rico

45

3

renewal

Rhode Island

24

2

June 30, even

South Carolina

24

2

renewal

South Dakota

1

June 30 (no set #, but must earn some Ce)

Tennessee

40

2

December 31

1.5 ethics/1.5 diversity

Texas

20

1

45th day after expiration date

3 Professional Ethics, Risk Management

Utah

48

2

October 1, even

25/year, so edit to read 50; 3 Professional Ethics, Risk Management

Vermont

60

2

renewal

3 Professional Ethics, Risk Management

Virginia

14

1

June 30

1.5 Professional Ethics, Risk Management

Washington

60

3

renewal

Professional Ethics, Risk Management; Suicide Prevention and Awareness; AIDS Education

West Virginia

20

2

renewal

15/year, so edit to read 45

Wisconsin

40

2

September 30, odd

Professional Ethics, Risk Management

Wyoming

30

2

renewal

CE credit requirements vary.

Information from: https://www.continuingeducation.com/psychology/state-ce-requirements/nevada

Although the SCP CE Webinar Program seeks to make their participants aware of opportunities that may fit within specific states’ CE requirements based on content area, licensees are responsible for ensuring that that indicated courses officially meet state requirements.