CE/CME Application Forms

CE/CME APPLICATIONS – all programs and study groups

As of the 2024-25 academic year, SFCP has been notified by our accrediting organizations about significant changes in the fee structure and requirements for CE/CME applications.  SFCP will now be charged per application, and applications for both SFCP programs and private study groups will now require a detailed Program Agenda/Program Syllabus.  A new streamlined SFCP CE/CME application form has been developed with detailed instructions and examples which are intended to facilitate your application being approved by our accrediting organizations.

For content questions regarding the new application process, please contact CE/CME Chair Megan Goodwin at e.megan.goodwin@gmail.com.  For technical issues in accessing the forms, please contact Communications Manager Aaron Chow at aaron.chow@sfcp.org.

Please see below for important information about the new CE/CME process:

  • If you are a Program Chair or Instructor in the Psychoanalytic Training Program, CAPPTP, PAPPTP, SF-PPTP, or Extension Division classes, please contact marialonguemaremd@gmail.com BEFORE starting your application, as there are new caps on the number of CE/CME applications that each program can submit.  Courses should be bundled in a cohesive series under one application, with the goal of submitting as few applications as possible (max 25 credits per application).
     
  • All application forms must be submitted to the SFCP office 12 weeks in advance of the program start date.
     
  • Please submit the fewest number of applications possible to cover your entire program, creating cohesive bundles wherever feasible, with a maximum of 25 CE/CME credits per application.  [Note:  the maximum number of required continuing education credits does not exceed 50 credits over two years for any California mental health clinician license.  Therefore, please do not apply for more than 50 credits per year for your program cohort.  Multi-year programs–  please consider applying for a max of 25 CE/CME credits per year per program cohort to meet licensing requirements.]  
     
  • All SFCP programs and private study groups are now required to submit a detailed Program Agenda/Program syllabus, broken down by date, time, presenter, topic, and learning objective for each session or each time segment of a program.  See Application form for detailed instructions, examples and templates.
     
  • Due to the new fee structure implemented by our accrediting organizations, SFCP will be charged based on the number of applications submitted by the Center as a whole, thereby increasing SFCP’s costs dramatically.   In an attempt to recoup some of these new costs, there will be a $300 CE/CME Application fee for private study groups/private courses.
     
  • At present, SFCP members will continue to receive free CE/CME credits for most SFCP events and conferences; charges for purchasing CE/CME credits for SFCP training programs, Extension classes, and private study groups will remain at $10/credit for SFCP members and $15/credit for non-SFCP members.
     
  • Please use the Submit SFCP CE/CME Application Form button below to apply for continuing education credit for any program or study group. If approved, your program/study group will be eligible for both CME and CE credit using this one application.

Important:  When you click Submit at the end of the application form, you will receive an email from Google Forms which includes an “Edit Response” button as shown at this link Sample Google Forms <forms-receipts-noreply@google.com> response emailPlease locate and SAVE THIS EMAIL as you may need to edit your application pending review and feedback by the CE/CME Chair.  This will avoid you having to redo the entire form!  (Look in your spam folder if you cannot locate it).

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