Continuing Education: Journal Learning

Imagine! You can be earning CE credit to maintain your APA Diplomate status or use toward a license requirement from the comfort of your home or office -- at your own pace -- when it’s convenient for you!
The Annals® has an exciting new opportunity for you to earn continuing education credit by simply reading specific manuscripts published in the journal or here on the website. APA is accredited by the various agencies to offer continuing education credits through journal learning.

In order to receive CE credit, each participant is required to:

Read the indicated featured article.

Complete the exam by filling in the box next to chosen answer for each multiple-choice question. Be sure to answer all questions and to give only one response per question unless otherwise stated in the question. Incomplete questions will be marked as incorrect. This is an open book exam.

Complete the evaluation form.

Mail or fax the original or a photocopy of the signed exam page and the completed evaluation form for each article that credit is requested for, along with a $25.00 fee for members; $35 for non members to:

American Psychotherapy Association
Attn: CE Department
2750 East Sunshine
Springfield, MO 65804.

If the exam is passed with a grade of 75 percent or above, a certificate of completion for 1.0 continuing education credit will be mailed. The participants that do not pass the course are notified as such and have a second opportunity to complete the assignment.

Any questions, grievances or comments can be directed to the CE Department at telephone (417) 823-0173, fax (417) 823-9959, or email: cedept@americanpsychotherapy.com.

But your help is needed. The Annals® is looking for quality manuscripts on all psychotherapy subjects. You not only benefit by reading the journal, you benefit by contributing to it as well.

By submitting quality articles for publication you gain:

  • Publication in a peer-reviewed, indexed and abstracted scientific journal
  • Increased recognition in your field and among your peers
  • Credit toward tenure and seniority
  • Increased marketability in the your field of expertise
  • Increased credibility and prestige for your APA membership


To submit an article, refer to the submission guidelines published online or get a copy by calling APA Headquarters toll free at (800) 205-9165 or (417) 823-0173 or by e-mailing editor@americanpsychotherapy.com


All papers meeting the guidelines will be submitted for double blind peer review.

You win either way -- by submitting articles and reading the journal!

Please help support this outstanding benefit to you and your fellow APA members by submitting your paper on psychotherapeutic topics.



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