CE Approved Providers

About Continuing Education Approved Provider Program

The Chapter's Continuing Education (CE) Approved Provider program is overseen by the Education Committee. These CE titles are not provided by NASWCO directly but are approved to award NASW-CO Endorsed Continuing Education Credits to their participants. Such CE may be utilized for DORA's Continuing Professional Development requirements for licensure renewal. Select the provider name to link to their website for more info.

The CE Provider Program was developed to meet the needs of agencies, hospitals, individuals, and human service associations wishing to offer quality continuing education to social workers.  The program enables social workers to be confident in the quality of education programs sponsored by other (non-NASW-CO) organizations. Providers must meet certain criteria in order to award NASW-CO Endorsed Continuing Education Credits (CECs).  The Education Committee reviews and approves (or denies) all applications for CE Approved Provider status. 

To apply to be an Approved Provider, see the CE Provider application page.

Approved CE Providers

NASW Social Work Online CE Institute - To find CO Chapter offerings, search for "NASW-CO"

APN University, LLC

Beneficent - Applying for long-term care financial programs can feel like you are in a maze.  Beneficent quickly navigates you to the best financial program to help pay for senior care, including adult day care, home care, assisted living, or nursing homes for you or your loved one.  We educate on how to preserve assets and protect cash, how to qualify for financial assistance, how to navigate problems with eligibility and long-term care myths like “spend down”.   Beneficent offers Social Workers and Case Managers 1 CEU credit for taking our educational class. 

Center for Ethical Social Work

Coldspring Center for Social and Health Innovation - A Nonprofit organization providing in person and online training for health and human service organizations.  Trainings include:  Motivational Interviewing, Trauma Informed Excellence, Resilient Staff and Teams, HIV Essentials, and Foundations in Care.

Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council
- CBHC is the membership organization for Colorado’s 17 community mental health centers and four managed service organizations as well as two specialty clinics. CBHC’s members work to improve the health of Coloradans through the delivery of high quality, community-based, integrated behavioral and physical healthcare services. CBHC is a collaborative organization that provides leadership and direction in shaping and preserving the future of Colorado’s community-based system of mental health and substance use treatment and recovery services. CBHC provides support, information, political advocacy, and technical assistance to its membership to ensure that high quality mental health and substance use disorder treatment services are available to those who need them.

Compass Consulting

Envision:You - Envision:You is a nonprofit organization that seeks to close gaps in behavioral health outcomes for LGBTQ+ individuals through co-created community programming, advocacy engagement, public awareness campaigns, and evidence-based training. The LGBTQ+ Behavioral Health Provider Training Program is unique as it focuses on using an intersectional lens to understand the experiences and identities of LGBTQ+ folks, giving social workers and other professionals in the behavioral health field the tools to provide tailored and culturally affirming care to the LGBTQ+ community.

Four Corners Counseling, LLC - Four Corners Counseling, located in Durango, CO, is dedicated to providing services that elevate clinical competence and stewardship to the social work profession. Services offered include individual psychotherapy as well as individual and group clinical supervision/consultation, and supervision training. Services are provided both in person and virtually.

Love Beyond Understanding, Inc. - We aspire to reduce health & social disparities and disproportionate negative outcomes of discrimination for LGBTQ+ and gender-diverse people via education and programs, which encourage the conditions for safe and affirming services, spaces, relationships and communities.

PESI, Inc. - PESI Inc. is the leader in continuing education for the mental health field. As a non-profit organization, PESI is devoted to their mission of connecting knowledge with need. PESI works alongside industry leading experts to create continuing education trainings - online courses, webinars, conferences, seminars, virtual summits, and more- that help clinicians meet the changing demands of their work by providing practical strategies, methods, and interventions they can use to improve clinical outcomes. 

Rosenberry Conference - Children's Hospital Colorado - The Rosenberry Conference: Pediatric Anxiety: Exploring Innovative Evidence Based Treatments - May 3, 2024

Anxiety disorders are the most common class of mental disorders, worldwide nearly one third of youth will meet criteria for an anxiety disorder at some point during adolescence. Worldwide, anxiety disorders are the 6th leading cause of disability between ages 10-24 and anxiety disorders predict later mental health problems including depression and substance use. Left untreated, anxiety disorders follow a chronic course with impairment across several domains of life: physical, occupational, social, family functioning.

Parenting interventions and exposure therapy have been found to be helpful with treating pediatric anxiety disorders. This conference will review innovative and evidence-based treatment for youth and explore the nuances of different anxiety presentations and treatment approaches including individual and group psychotherapy. This conference will be of interest to Physicians, Psychologists, Advanced Practice Providers, Social Workers, Counselors, Family Navigators, School Behavioral Health Providers, Nurses, and Health Professions.

The Art of Self-Healing Center - The Art of Self-Healing Center offers neurodivergent-affirming professional development services for mental health clinicians. We are on a mission to teach best practices, dismantle ableism, and improve outcomes for neurodivergent clients, including Autistic, ADHD, and Highly Sensitive People. Our trainings are evidence-informed and created by neurodivergent mental health professionals.

The Center for Ethical Social Work - The Center for Ethical Social Work Practice offers comprehensive training programs designed to enhance your skills, knowledge, and ethical practices in social work practice and supervision. Our workshops are tailored to meet the needs of clinical social workers in Colorado and across the United States.

The Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute (Institute for Continuing Education)

True Success for All - True Success For All offers professional development and workshops to social workers to help their clients live more successfully. Trainings include psycho-social mapping for zeroing in on problem areas, mind/body awareness to increase internal tracking skills, mindfulness practices for stability, and somatic release work. Trainings are also offered in Essence-Oriented Therapy,TM  a new model of mindfulness-based psychotherapy that is effective in resolving trauma, anxiety and depression. Trainings are provided in-person and virtually.

Vital Hearts -  Secondary Trauma Resiliency Training  - VitalHearts believes that the healers need healing. Secondary trauma or vicarious trauma can profoundly impact professionals through emotional depletion, depression and anxiety, a sense of isolation or helplessness, anger, irritability, and cynicism. Our program, the Secondary Trauma Resiliency Training, offers a comprehensive approach to Secondary Trauma and Compassion Fatigue.