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Behavioral Healthcare Education

Welcome to Behavioral Healthcare Education, the training and technical assistance division of the Department of Psychiatry. We provide behavioral health continuing education and consultation.


Course Offerings

BHE offers both online and in-person training for behavioral health practitioners. View our training brochure to learn more about our course offerings [PDF]

Our online courses include a variety of sought-after topics and offer continuing education credits.
Learn more about online training

Regional and Reserve Courses are our in-person training programs.

Regional Courses are available at no charge to behavioral health practitioners who are employed by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. Eligible participants may take up to two Regional Courses per trimester.
Learn more about Regional Courses

Reserve Courses are open to anyone, and you may register for as many as you like. There is a small fee associated with these courses.
Learn more about Reserve Courses


Registration Information

Registration for all courses is now available in our online registration portal. Please note that all information entered into our registration database is kept on a secure server for your protection.

Before you register for courses, you should have already activated your online account with us. Please keep your username and password handy as you will need them for course registration. If you have any questions please contact our office at 877.243.3033 or via email at bheweb@drexel.edu.

View detailed registration instructions

Register for BHE courses

Our colleagues at the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute are offering a web-based CME and CE forum for health professionals serving individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The program, Psychopharmacology and ASD, will be available until June 30, 2017.

Learn more at drexel.edu/autisminstitute

 
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