CPR home page Boston University home page Boston University home page
Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation at BU
Contact News CPR home page
Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation at BU
About Research Rehabilitation & Recovery Services Training & Consultation Products & Publications Special Resources

The Innovations Institute

Watch World-Class Presenters on Recovery in Online Courses
and Receive Continuing Education Units!

videoThe Innovations Institute is a series of online video courses based on recordings of presentations made at the Center's April 2008 State of the Science Conference, From Innovations to Practice: The Promise and Challenge of Achieving Recovery for All.

Courses feature an outstanding collection of leaders from the US and around the globe, sharing innovative and effective ways to move systems, programs and practices toward a recovery orientation.

 

Convenient and Affordable

All courses are offered online, so you can take them from anywhere you have Internet access -- from your home or your office; and at your own pace, any time of the day or night -- whenever you have the time. Also, these courses are very affordable, most costing $10 or $15.

 

Continuing Education plus Accreditation

These courses are open to learners from all levels and backgrounds; and offer continuing education credit from a variety of national and state accrediting bodies such as the APA, ASWB, NBCC, and many others.

 

Visit The Innovations Institute
and watch world-class presenters on recovery now!

 

- - - -
The courses in the Innovations Institute were developed in conjunction with Essential Learning, the largest provider of e-learning services in the behavioral health and human services industry and are being made available through their CEQuick website.

 

Boston University
Boston University
   
Contact Us | © Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Trustees of Boston University  |  Updated May 15, 2007

The Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation has been jointly funded as a Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) in mental health by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) and the Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

Funding