J&K Is Moving To Only Live Interactive Webinars and Home Study Programs in 2023
Starting in 2023, we will offer only Live Interactive Webinars and Home Study programs. We decided to eliminate in-person seminars because times have changed. The costs of offering in-person programs have risen; our customers can save time and expenses by choosing Webinar over traveling to Lancaster; more human service professionals have become used to virtual technology; etc.
We will miss hosting in-person continuing education (CE) programs, which we have offered since 1990. We always looked forward to talking with new and returning customers.
Our Live Interactive Webinars count as in-person CE for license renewal. We know some customers have concerns about their ability to fulfill the minimum in-person CE required by their state professional boards. Please be reassured that our Live Interactive Webinars will count toward your in-person CE requirements.
Even before COVID waivers, state professional boards counted Live Interactive Webinars as satisfying their minimum in-person CE requirements. To qualify as “in-person,” attendees must be able to view the program and ask questions of the presenter as it is being presented. All J&K Live Webinars satisfy these requirements.
If you have not tried our Live Webinars, we think you will find them easy to access. You can use any internet device. You don’t need a camera or microphone. We broadcast our Webinars via Zoom. Please contact us if you have any concerns.
We feel honored that so many human service professionals have chosen to attend our programs over the years. We deeply appreciate all the kind comments from customers who have become friends. We will continue to do our best to provide the high-quality CE you deserve.
Our last in-person Seminars/Webinars held at the Lancaster Wyndham Resort and Conference Center will be our October 28 program Mandated Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting 2022; & Assessing and Managing Suicide; & Ethical Practice .
We have three remaining Webinar-Only programs this year:
- Thursday & Friday, September 15 & 16 ADHD and Slow Cognitive Tempo, presented by Dr. Steven Becker,
- Friday, October 7, The Paradox of Trauma: Facilitating Post-Traumatic Growth (PTG), presented by Dr. Paul Foxman
- Thursday & Friday, November 17 &18 program, Integrating DBT in Clinical Practice, presented by Dr Lane Pederson.
Please feel free to reach out with your thoughts, questions, concerns, and suggestions. We value your participation in our evolution.