CEU/Continuing Education for Teachers, Nurses, MFT, Social Workers, Mental Health Counselors, and Psychologists in New Jersey.

ACAP and BGSP-NJ, nationally accredited by ABAP, the American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis, are approved providers of Continuing Education for State Certified Psychoanalysts in New Jersey. BGSP-NJ, a regionally accredited graduate degree program, partnering with ACAP, is an approved Continuing Education provider for Social Workers in New Jersey, and other states. ACAP is an NBCC­ Approved Continuing Education Provider, approval #5709. See full CE provider information at or email [email protected].

Academy of Clinical Applied Psychanalysis (ACAP) is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by New Jersey State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. (P297-4/30/2019)

ACAP is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. ACAP maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

ACAP has been an approved CEU for many professions for over 20 years. Professional organizations such as NASW, NBCC, and NJEA have recognized ACAP’s conferences, courses and workshops. Click here to see full CE information.


  • Demonstrate techniques easily incorporated in practiceCEU, mental health, psychology
  • Connect you with like-minded professionals
  • Are professional confidence builders
  • Transform the way you problem solve
  • Are affordable

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Some of the many professionals benefiting and taking advantage of the BGSP-NJ/ACAP CE opportunities:

  • Art Therapists
  • Autism Spectrum Specialists
  • Child Life Specialists
  • Clergy
  • Counselors
  • Educators
  • Family Therapists
  • Grief Support Workers
  • Hospice Staff
  • Medical Professionals
  • Mental Health
  • Nurses
  • Physicians
  • Social Workers
  • Trauma Specialists
  • Veterans
  • Special Education

The Academy of Clinical and Applied Psychoanalysis – ACAP – is a recognized authority for its mental health training programs addressing complex interpersonal and sociocultural issues confronting those caring every day for our communities’ most fragile.

What kind of CE or Professional Development Hours?

BGSP-NJ/ACAP’s approved provider workshops typically provide 1-2 CE hours. Full academic courses, when approved, are 30 CE hours. Our 3-day conferences are generally 30 CE hours. We offer at least one CE opportunity, plus several other professional development opportunities per month. All CE and professional development CEU, mental health, psychologyevents integrate didactic and experiential elements. In general, no preparation or outside work is required.

Why Choose BGSP-NJ/ACAP?

Participants in BGSP-NJ/ACAP’s courses and events routinely report their satisfaction and enthusiasm with our programs. They describe the experience as an enlivening one in which they leave with new tools immediately applicable in their work and lives. Virtually everyone who attends an ACAP event returns for more.

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Inquire at 973-629-1002 or [email protected] about which ACAP/BGSP-NJ full academic courses carry CE approval for your profession.

This is generally 30 CE credits for a full 15 week course, and 10 credits for a single, six week course in the One Year Program.

“Mental health counseling in a domestic violence agency brings you face to face with some horrifying situations. The courses and seminars I’ve taken at ACAP help me feel confident to take on challenging cases and have positively impacted my career success.”

“I go to many conferences and seminars to meet our social work CE requirements. ACAP’s special learning atmosphere makes you feel welcomed and you leave with something to apply to cases right away.”