Welcome to the NJPA Homestudy Continuing Education Library


All Homestudy recorded programs and NJ Psychologist Special Section learning opportunities are available under the Learn tab at www.psychologynj.org. Click on "All Programs" to view the entire library. Click on the title you want to purchase, scroll down to the bottom to make the payment. If you are new to the Homestudy Library, you will be prompted to set up an account.

Embedded within recorded programs are pop-up attendance verification codes, which you must click on to confirm that you are in attendance. Click on all of the attendance codes to validate attendance. Once the program is complete, or you have finished reading the journal articles, you will be taken to the post-test and evaluation sheet. You must receive at least a 75% on the post-test to receive credit. You will have 90 minutes to complete the test. The test questions for the NJ Psychologist Special Section are available before you start by clicking on "Resources". Only two tries for the post-test are allowed. A certificate will be made available for those who successfully pass the attendance criteria and post-test.

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NJ Psychologist Special Section Winter 2019: Practical Applications of Neuropsychological Testing
  • Downloadable
  •  3.0 CE

The term clinical neuropsychology refers to a health care discipline which involves evaluation of people with brain dysfunction. Common domains assessed in a neuropsychological evaluation include memory, attention, visuospatial functioning, executive functioning, language, motor skills, mood, and personality. Effort testing (i.e. performance validity testing), although not a cognitive domain, is perhaps the largest area of growth in the field in recent years. Other areas of growth in the field include test security and protection of raw data, the use of computerized testing, the use of technicians, and the application of test results in forensic setting. In addition, our awareness has become increasingly focused on the importance of developing cross cultural competence and how able we are to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse population.

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NJ Psychologist Special Section Fall 2018: Treating Substance Use Disorders
  • Downloadable
  •  3.0 CE

This 3.0 CE Special Section focuses on the treatment of substance use disorders (SUDs). First, Arnold Washton, PhD, makes a compelling case for why psychologists should treat SUDs and how practitioners can enhance their clinical confidence and skills in this area. Next, Zev Labins, MD, an addiction psychiatrist, provides a summary of medications most commonly used the treatment of SUDs emphasizing the importance of close collaboration between psychologists and prescribing physicians to provide SUD patients with optimally coordinated care.

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