RSI™ Continuing Education Training Programs

Online Manual Quiz
- $45.00


Satisfy your CE requirements online by completing the RSI™ CE Online Manual Quiz. Simply study the assessment manual as you normally would, then successfully complete the questionnaire and a short feedback survey to receive your certificate of completion. 
  1. Study the Assessment Manual. A manual is required to complete the quiz.
    If you do not already have one, purchase it here.
  2. Complete the online questionnaire and see your results immediately.
  3. Complete a short feedback survey.
  4. Save, and then print or email your certificate of completion.
  5. Submit your certificate to the American Psychological Association as required for CE credit.


RSI CE Online Workshop - $25.00


Satisfy your CE or CPD requirements online by completing the RSI™ CE Online Workshop. This program is worth 1.5 CE and 1.5 CPD Credits. Simply view the pre-recorded workshop video, then successfully complete the questionnaire and a short feedback survey to receive your certificate of completion.
  1. View the online workshop video in its entirety (roughly 90 minutes).
  2. Complete the online questionnaire and see your results immediately.
  3. Complete a short feedback survey.
  4. Save, and then print or email your certificate of completion.
  5. Submit your certificate to the American Psychological Association as required for CE credit.

Workshop Description

Participants will be introduced to the Rating Scale of Impairment™ (RSI™) and its utility as a tool for data-based decision making. Review will be made of content, administration, scoring options, interpretation, and psychometric properties of the RSI™. A case study will be applied to the recommended interpretation process. Learn about the newest tool from MHS that helps you assess impairment to better help the children in your care. Acquire the following practical skills that can be directly applied in the educational and private settings:

  • Define impairment across the disciplines of medicine, mental health, and education
  • Explain the importance of assessing for youth’s level of impairment as part of a comprehensive evaluation
  • Describe the RSI™ and its essential features
  • Describe the psychometric properties of the RSI™
  • Explain the procedures for the administration, scoring and reporting of the RSI™
  • Demonstrate understanding of the RSI™ through the application of a case-study using the recommended interpretation process


RSI CE Online Workshop #2 - $25.00


Satisfy your CE or CPD requirements online by completing the second RSI™ CE Online Workshop. This program is worth 1.5 CE and 1.5 CPD Credits. Simply view the pre-recorded workshop video, then successfully complete the questionnaire and a short feedback survey to receive your certificate of completion.
  1. View the online workshop video in its entirety (roughly 90 minutes).
  2. Complete the online questionnaire and see your results immediately.
  3. Complete a short feedback survey.
  4. Save, and then print or email your certificate of completion.
  5. Submit your certificate to the American Psychological Association as required for CE credit.

Workshop Description

One of the authors of the RSI™, Dr. Sam Goldstein, will address cutting edge research in evidence based school psychology practice for the assessment of impairment in school settings. Learn more about using impairment to accurately assist diagnoses and intervention planning. Included in this 90 minute session will be an overview of a proposed model to evaluate impairment as part of a school based assessment as well as real world case examples of its effectiveness. The presentation will also offer a framework for using measurements of impairment to plan for and evaluate treatment progress.

MHS Inc. is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. MHS Inc. maintains responsibility for these programs and its content.
About the Assessment
RSI™
Rating Scale of Impairment™
Sam Goldstein, Ph.D.
Jack A. Naglieri, Ph.D.



The RSI is a multi-informant behavior rating scale that measures functional impairment across six life areas in children and youth.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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