Continuing Education


WMHCA partnered with ConstantEdu to offer on-demand recorded courses.  To access our on-demand catalog you can visit ConstantEdu.  Most of our live courses will be recorded and offered through ConstantEdu after the live presentation.  If you plan to complete a course in the on-demand format via ConstantEdu, please don’t register for the live version here.  Any courses not scheduled to be recorded will be noted.

ConstantEdu is an online learning platform based in Washington.  It offers flexibly in continuing education and promotes highly qualified presenters.  WMHCA is very excited about this partnership and excited to offer our members ConstantEdu courses at a discount.

Some of the current offerings through ConstantEdu

Law & Ethics of Washington State Mandatory Reporting

Mindful Moments for Me

Adding Self Care to an Already Busy Schedule

Community Care & Social Justice

Law and Ethics of Social Media and On-line Communications

Vicarious Trauma, Burnout and Compassion Fatigue

Preparing for the National Counseling Exam (NCE)

Law and Ethics of Telehealth: WA Telemedicine Training

Upcoming Events

    From Intake to Termination: Law and Ethics of Clinical Documentation
    05/17/2022 - 1:00 pm - 4:15 pm

    Sound record keeping is a key element of effective clinical work. This 3 hour workshop will present an overview of Washington State and Federal legal standards regarding creating, maintaining, and releasing clinical records. We will also specifically discuss the requirements of the federal Good Faith Estimate of Costs. Participants will gain increased understanding of the current legal and ethical standards regarding medical records. This course is intended to meet ethics continuing education requirements

    Law and Ethics of Relationships in the Clinical Setting
    07/20/2022 - 9:00 am - 12:15 pm

    One of the most common sources of professional misconduct for behavioral health clinicians is personal relationships with clients. This 3 hour workshop we will examine the legal and ethical standards of a range of permitted and prohibited secondary relationships with clients. Both in-persona and virtual relationships will be discussed.

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