AFCC will provide a certificate of attendance to participants. Registrants’ certificates of attendance will only include sessions attended live. 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 credits will be available on the conference portal website.
Psychologists: AFCC is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. AFCC maintains responsibility for this program and its content. The program is eligible for up to 21 hours of continuing education for psychologists.
Mental Health Professionals: An application for continuing education approval from the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) will be submitted for up to 21 credits; however, individuals will need to verify approval with their credentialing or licensing boards. If you are a LMFT, LPC, or other mental health professional, you may use the AFCC Certificate of Attendance to verify attendance at conference sessions and apply for continuing education credits with your accrediting institution.
Lawyers: Maryland and the District of Columbia do not have mandatory continuing legal education requirements. Approval for CLE credit will be submitted through the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania CLE Board and the Supreme Court of Delaware Commission on CLE. New York attorneys may count this program toward their NY CLE requirement credit earned through participation in out-of-state programs accredited by a New York approved jurisdiction. Delaware is a New York approved jurisdiction. New Jersey attorneys who take courses approved in another state will receive credit for courses approved in that jurisdiction through reciprocity; however, attorneys must ensure that they are also meeting the requirements of New Jersey’s program, i.e. New Jersey requires that four credits be taken annually in courses related to ethics and/or professionalism. An application will be submitted to The Law Society of Ontario to accredit the educational program content for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for lawyers. Additional applications for continuing legal education credit will be submitted in California, Minnesota, Vermont, and Virginia. Attorneys may also use the AFCC Certificate of Attendance to verify attendance and apply for credit in their state or territory.
*Registrants’ certificates of attendance will only include sessions attended live.