AFCC Fall Conference

Continuing Education Credits

AFCC will provide a certificate of attendance for a processing fee of $15 for members and $20 for non-members. Attendees may access their certificate online after the conference concludes. The certificate will verify attendance at conference sessions and may be used to apply for continuing education credits with the registrant’s accrediting institution. A complete list of conference sessions eligible for continuing education credit will be available at the conference registration desk.

Psychologists: AFCC is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. AFCC maintains responsibility for the program and its content. The program is eligible for up to 16.5 hours of continuing education for psychologists. A list of all sessions approved for continuing education will be available on the AFCC website by August 30, 2021, and at the conference.

Mental Health Professionals: An application for continuing education approval from the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) will be submitted for up to 16.5 CE hours; however, individuals will need to verify approval with their credentialing or licensing boards. Please be aware that the following states do not accept National CE Approval Programs: New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, and West Virginia. If you are a LMFT, LPC, or other mental health professional, you may use the standard AFCC certificate of attendance to verify attendance at conference sessions and apply for continuing education credits with your accrediting institution.

California Custody Evaluators and Mediators: Applications will be submitted to the Judicial Council of California. The views expressed in the program are those of the faculty and do not necessarily represent the official positions or policies of the Judicial Council of California.

US Lawyers: An application for approval of CLE credit will be submitted in Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Vermont.

Ontario Lawyers and Paralegals: An application will be submitted to the Law Society of Ontario to accredit the educational program content for lawyers. Ontario lawyers and paralegals must determine for themselves whether an activity is an eligible educational activity for CPD and qualifies for Substantive Hours. A list of any sessions approved for Professionalism Hours or Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Hours will be posted on the AFCC website prior to the conference, and made available at the conference.