Preston, Psy.D. is a board certified
neuropsychologist, and ABPP
in counseling psychology. He is the author or co-auther of twenty
books, translated into 14 foreign languages. His "Handbook of Clinical
Psychopharmacology for Therapists" was the year's number one best
seller with the Behavioral Science Book Club.
He has been in clinical practice
for 28 years and a workshop presenter for the past 25 years. He has
lectured in many locations throughout the North America, as well as in
Africa, Europe and Russia.
This two-semester unit course
satisfies the Psychopharmacology requirement for LPCC
licensure in California.
Survey is a comprehensive two-semester unit graduate level
in a self-paced online format and featuring trained Facilitators,
fellow mental health professionals, who will greet and
orient you when
you need it the most -- when you're just getting started. The
course includes 30 hours of edited video lectures, organized as a
logical progression through the material.
is it for?
Survey is designed to help psychologists, family therapists,
clinical social workers, substance abuse counselors and other mental
health professionals develop a working knowledge of pharmacological
agents and drug treatment strategies.
Survey is a graduate-level academic course which is
well-suited and may qualify as an elective class in graduate psychology
Survey may also assist psychologists in making an informed
decision, as prescribing rules are changing in many States, about
proceeding further with Psychopharmacology Certification.
are the benefits?
for effective collaboration with physicians and psychiatrists in an
important area of integrated primary care.
Optimal design for learning large amounts of foundational
material -- on-demand video organized as mini-lecture
segments, course Facilitators for human help, and a wide array of
review and practice
Feedback and informal case consultation from instructor and
peers in an integrated social media and e-learning environment.
APA-approved sponsor, with a course which meets
requirements for different forms of clinical licensure in many States.