FEE: $50 for CEs for each course you register for

Almost every course at IMHU offers CEs (excepting free courses). And, in some cases we can give CMEs as well. You can sign up at registration for the CEs. The fee is $50. per course for the CEs offered through Westbrook University. An application (below) MUST be sent to us to qualify for CEs or CMEs as we need the information about you to submit to Westbrook. If you are registered at a university: Please consult your university or organization if you are wanting to gain credits for coursework at IMHU to be honored at your school.

Those who have approved Westbrook U’s CEs include:

  • American Academy of Family Physicians (only for Integrative Medicine for Mental Health, IMMH)

  • Board of Registered Nursing

  • American Council of Nutrition

  • Certified Substance Abuse Counselors

  • CASAC for Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counseling

  • Credentialing for Alcoholism and Substance Prevention Professional (CSAPP)

  • Missouri Certification Board: Credentialing and Training for Substance Use Disorder

  • Credentialing and Training for Substance Use Disorder (SAC)

  • American Naturopathic Certification Board

  • Arizona Homeopathic & Integrative Medical Examiners

What You Will Receive

Through Westbrook University

Since 2015 IMHU has been pleased to offer Continuing Education credit for almost all of our courses. You will receive a personalized Certificate of Completion with your CEs or CMEs from Westbrook University acknowledging the hours given, the date of the course, the course you took, the faculty member presenting, and IMHU. Upon completion of coursework, university students are issued an official transcript (for university credit).

About Westbrook University

Westbrook University is a 501(c)3, non-profit corporation. Their delivery mode is Distance Education only. Westbrook University was established in 1986. Their faculty for their undergraduate and graduate degrees is comprised of some of the best educators in their fields. Westbrook University also offers classes to other institutions that are unable to provide for their students in cases in which their state or governing bodies require certain classes for graduation, certification, or licensure. One example of this would be Connecticut School of Integrative Manual Therapy. The State requires students to complete Anatomy and Physiology, which CSIMT, does not offer. Westbrook is filling that void for their students. They have many institutions in similar situations and offer appropriate courses to students as needed. Westbrook University only offers CE credit hours for programs they approve.
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