Need continuing education credits in a flash?

Erikson quick credits provide access to high-quality, recorded webinars. Learn from experts in the field and earn the credits you need… quickly!

Erikson quick credits are:

  • Self-paced: watch the recordings as often as you’d like
  • Affordable: no need to leave your home and spend money on gas, parking, or extra meals
  • Accessible: watch these recordings from the comfort of any computer
  • Practical: if you need credits in a flash, these sessions offer expert content in a quick format

How it works:

  • Purchasing quick credits grants you access to a video recording
  • Videos can be paused and reversed — but not fast-forwarded
  • Once you complete the video, you’ll fill out a simple survey, affirming your participation
  • Within 3 business days after you complete the session, Erikson will send you the link to an official certificate you can download and print

Available sessions

Anxiety in Early Childhood: A Root Cause of Behavioral and Emotional Issues

with Kerry Kyle-Davies, LCSW

Join us for a webinar examining anxiety as a root cause of challenging and often difficult-to-treat symptoms that resemble Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder and/or Oppositional Defiant Disorder.

Length: 1.5 hours

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At the Root of It All: Examining Development from Birth to Three, Part I

with Jennifer Kemp, M.S.

An understanding of how development unfolds between birth and three years of age is critical to any type of work with young children and their families.

This session looks at some of the most important aspects of development and more deeply examines how ongoing changes in these areas impact the child in the context of her world. Prepare to learn about how this knowledge can guide and inform your work, regardless of your position!

Length: 1.5 hours

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At the Root of It All: Examining Development from Birth to Three, Part II

with Jennifer Kemp, M.S.

A continuation of the content from At the Root of It All: Examining Development from Birth to Three, Part I, this session continues to explore how development unfolds between birth and three years of age. Understanding this is critical for any type of work with young children and their families.

Length: 1.5 hours

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Listen Up!: Improving Listening Skills in Young Children

with Angela Searcy, M.S., DT

When children don’t listen, it can be extremely frustrating. This webinar explores strategies to support children that struggle with routines and instructions.

Length: 1.5 hours

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