Continuing Education

Earn CE and CME credit at IIBH! You can also earn credit towards your Professional Certificate!

With an emphasis on education for both medical and treatment professionals, Innovations in Behavioral Healthcare offers CEs, CMEs and credits toward a Professionals Certificate from Belmont University.

As we finalize the agenda for Innovations in Behavioral Healthcare, we will be submitting all our sessions to be accredited via Amedco. When we receive approval information, we will be posting that content here. Until then, here’s a sample of IIBH 2017’s CE information to give you an idea of the boards that historically approve our sessions for CE credits.

2017 CE Information (2018 Coming Soon!)


Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)


American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.


American Psychological Association

Social Workers

CA Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals

Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors

California Association for Alcohol/Drug Educators

New York Board for Social Workers

New York Board for Mental Health Counselors

New York Board for Marriage & Family Therapists

Florida Board of Behavioral Sciences

GA Addiction Counselors Association


Foundations Recovery Network is proud to partner with Belmont University to create a new track of education for our ongoing national conferences.

We offer an 18-hour professional certificate in behavioral healthcare from the Jack C. Massey School of Business at Belmont University. This certificate from a top 50 national business school relates to individuals who might not receive continuing education for clinical purposes. Those who work in marketing, admissions, billing, business offices, administrative offices and in roles of leadership could benefit from this certificate. Attendees can earn up to six hours toward the 18-hour certificate at each Foundations Events conference.

All sessions will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis. Admission to a Foundations Events  conference does not guarantee reserved seating for sessions that reach full capacity.

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