New Mexico Credentialing Board for Behavioral Health Professionals, Inc.
Training offered by these groups is automatically approved.
NM Behavioral Health Services Division
Department of Health
Office of Peer Recovery and Engagement
NM License and Therapy Practice Board
Depression with Bipolar Support Alliance
Institute for Recovery and Community Integration
Office of Substance Abuse Prevention
Magellan Health Services
National Association of Peer Specialits
Mental Health America
Psychosocial Rehabilitation Association of NM Annual Conference
Life Link Training Institute
SAMHSA - CAPT
Any Accredited University and/or Community College
Accredited Behavioral Health, Mental Health and Medical Institutions
New Mexico Teen Court Association
Provider # 1017 until 9/22/18
Peter DeBenedittis, Ph.D.
Provider # 1020 until 6/21/18
San Juan County Partnership, Inc.
Southwest Center for Health Innovation
Provider # 1031 until 10/25/18
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How to become a CE approved provider with the NMCBBHP?
The New Mexico Credentialing Board for Behavioral Health Professionals understands that the rapidly changing character and increasing complexity of our society demands that professionals maintain competency by continuously updating professional knowledge and skills. To that end, the NMCBBHP requires all certified individuals to participate in annual on-going educational events. Certified professionals are required to submit verification that they have completed the specified number of continuing education units (CEUs) required to maintain certification (each certification level requires a specified type of CEUs annually. The NMCBBHP manages a certified population of over 250 professionals in addiction, prevention and peer recovery. In keeping with that, we have implemented a system to assure that only qualified educational providers are approved to offer CEUs that reflect professional education standards and current, relevant and accurate course content. NMCBBHP approved providers are charged with the responsibility of conducting education event that reflect current needs in the field and are in keeping with NMCBBHP published policies and procedures, as described herein.
If you are interested in becoming a CE provider to be a recognized training provider with New Mexico Credentialing Board for Behavioral Health Professionals (NMCBBHP). Review the NMCBBHP Standards and Guidelines to understand requirements for becoming a CE provider. Submit CE Provider application and fee for review to NMCBBHP or email form to firstname.lastname@example.org and make payment online.