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Pricing & Continuing Education

The conference will be virtual to accommodate the state of the world and allow further access to our international and diverse communities. Pricing has been shifted to accommodate these changes.

Clinicians & Faculty (non BC)

Undergraduate & Graduate Students (non BC)

Boston College Faculty/Staff

Fellows & Analytics Candidates 

Danielsen Affiliates

Boston College Students

Plenary &
Invited Speakers


Continuing Education Info

Note: Continuing Education credits are only granted to those who attend the live events. On-demand videos are not eligible for CEs.

A maximum of 24 Continuing Education credits (CEs) for Psychologists, Social Workers, and Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC) are available over the 3 days of the conference, spread across the 16 eligible sessions flagged on the schedule. Each plenary and invited address during the conference is eligible for 1.5 CEs. It is the participant’s responsibility to make sure that the program in which they are participating is CE eligible (this is clearly marked on the conference program).


It is the responsibility of each conference participant to comply with the instructions and be present for the totality of the session (synchronously) to be eligible to receive CEs. Additionally, for each 1.5-hour CE eligible program, the participant must complete the evaluation provided at the end of the program.


Each participant will receive a signed CE certificate via email in the weeks following the conference. There is no additional cost for CEs beyond the conference registration. 

CE Sponsorship

The Danielsen Institute at Boston University is graciously sponsoring CEs for Psychologists and Social Workers. The Danielsen Institute is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Danielsen Institute maintains responsibility for this program and its content. (For psychologists living in states that do not recognize APA sponsorship, it is imperative they contact their licensure board to determine whether these CEs are recognized and applicable in their home state.)

The Boston University School of Social Work Professional Education Program Department in collaboration with the Danielsen Institute is graciously sponsoring CEs for Social Workers. For Social Workers from outside of Massachusetts, it is imperative that they contact their licensure board to determine whether these CEs are recognized and applicable in their home state.


The Psychology and the Other Conference is providing sponsorship for CEs for Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC). Psychology and the Other is recognized by the National Board for Certified Counselors to offer continuing education for National Certified Counselors. These credits are accepted by the Massachusetts Board of Registration for Licensed Mental Health Counselors (Category I contact hours in Content Area I).

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