Continuing Education Information

The APSAC & Foundling Webinar Series

The APSAC & Foundling Webinar Series is co-sponsored, in part, by the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children and the New York Foundling. The program offers a total of 1.00 contact hours per 60-90 minute presentation, discussion, and expert-led Q&A. Continuing education credit is awarded based on live attendance and completion of a graded post-test and evaluation. Partial session credit is not offered. 

The CE processing fee is $5 per CE for members, $10.00 per CE for non-members, and may be paid with registration online. Webinar participants must attend the full 60 minute webinar and following live Q&A session in real time to receive credit. Credit cannot be awarded for partial or delayed attendance, or for viewing a recording of the Webinar. 

Instructions for Access

Participants may register for each program prior to, or up to the time of the event via APSAC's MemberLeap portal. Registration is made available for each webinar on the APSAC & Foundling Webinars page of the APSAC website and in all APSAC and Foundling promotional materials. 

Distance Learning Description

Participants join national experts for a live, interactive 60-minute session and Q&A hosted through WebEx live meeting platform. Attendance is free and registration links are available on the APSAC website and in all digital marketing materials, however CEs can can also be purchased at the time of registration. To receive either psychology credit, registrants must attend the full 60-90 minute presentation. All attendees are invited to participate in an evaluation poll and to share their thoughts via live chat and live Q&A. All attendees receive all resources, presentations with references and materials, and a transcript of the live chat via email after the event. All APSAC/Foundling Webinars are recorded and made available in the APSAC Video Library. In order to receive CE credit, participants will receive a link to participate in a graded 10-question post-test, on which they must answer at least 7 out of 10 questions correctly. They must also participate in a comprehensive evaluation. The post-test and evaluation will be sent to all registrants who purchased continuing education credit and attended the full 60-90 minute event after the time of the event.  



The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. 

Certificate of Attendance

Completion certificates will be generated and sent via email following the completion of each webinar. All certificates will be sent via email to the address used for registration. Participants are encouraged to communicate with APSAC via phone or email (‪(224) 269-1033‬; e-mail: should they have any issues receiving their certificates.

Commercial Support

APSAC receives no funds from any commercial organization for financial support of its activities in providing continuing education sponsorship of the Webinar Series. The Institute’s sponsorship of this educational series does not imply endorsement of featured exhibits.

Skill Level 

Each lecture in the APSAC/Foundling Webinar series have been rated as intermediate. Participants are urged to review module  descriptions for appropriateness for professional and personal development.


Instruction Methodology

The APSAC/Foundling Webinar Series consists of individual 60-minute lectures and a Q&A session delivered by national experts. Lectures are composed of slides, graphics, recorded videos, and references. All references and citations are available to participants via the APSAC website. 


Ethics Hours / Academic Credit 

The APSAC/Foundling Webinar Series offers no “ethics hours”. The APSAC/Foundling Webinar Series offers no “academic” credit and CE hours awarded are not eligible toward fulfillment of a degree.   


Conflict of Interest Statement

All presenters, planners or anyone in a position to control the content of this continuing education activity have indicated that neither they nor their spouse/legally recognized domestic partner has any financial relationships with commercial interests related to the content of this activity.  


For accommodations on the basis of disability please contact:


If you would like to request a refund for part or all of the Webinar Series, please contact

Questions: If you have questions regarding continuing education, the program, faculty, grievance issues, or for a listing of learning objectives, comprehensive speaker bios, please contact APSAC at: ‪(224) 269-1033‬; e-mail:

1706 East Broad St., Columbus, OH  43203

Toll Free:  877-402-7722


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