FL State Certifications:
Certified E-Therapist (CET)
The Certified E-Therapist (CET)
A Certified E-Therapist is often the primary person providing direct care to individuals using distance technologies. The role of the E-Therapist includes but
As a national credential offered by CCE, the Distance Credentialed Counselor (DCC) represents to employers and the public that credential holders have met the established requirements and adhere to the NBCC Code of Ethics and the NBCC Provision of Distance Professional Services.All applicants and credential holders are reminded that national credentialing is a separate process from state licensure. Licensure refers to laws which regulate professional practice or use of a title in a particular state. All credential holders and applicants must adhere to applicable state licensure laws. For information regarding state counselor licensure boards, please visit www.nbcc.org/stateLicensure.
What is distance counseling?A Distance Credentialed Counselor (DCC) is nationally recognized as a professional with training in best practices in distance counseling. Distance counseling is a counseling approach that takes the best practices of traditional counseling as well as some of its own unique advantages and adapts them for delivery to clients via electronic means in order to maximize the use of technology-assisted counseling techniques. The technology-assisted methods may include telecounseling (telephone), secure e-mail communication, chat, videoconferencing or stand-alone software programs.
The Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE) created the Human Services-Board Certified Practitioner (HS-BCP) with the assistance of the National Organization for Human Services (NOHS) in consultation with the Council for Standards in Human Service Education (CSHSE). The credentialing process was designed for human services practitioners seeking to advance their careers by acquiring independent verification of their practical knowledge and educational background.
Thousands of correctional staff working directly with offender groups have been trained to facilitate the T4C curriculum. In order to promote and recognize T4C group facilitators who demonstrate commitment to the curriculum, the Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE), the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) and the authors of the T4C curriculum developed the T4C-CF credentialing process.Why Obtain the T4C-CF Credential?The T4C-CF:
Professional Training’s and Certifications:
Is Certification required to practice EMDR?
Certification is a voluntary process that is not required by anyone. It is a pathway through which individual therapists may wish to pursue further training. Certification is not required at this time in order for a clinician to practice EMDR. If you are trained, then you can do EMDR under your license. Certification in EMDR is an option that many therapists have wanted because of Managed Care concerns and hospital privileges. After you complete basic EMDR therapy training (information below), you can continue on to get EMDR certification. click here for more information on becoming certified. The EMDR Therapy Training:
Requires Basic Training (Weekend 1 and 2) that is designed for licensed mental health practitioners who treat adults and children in a clinical setting. EMDR is a comprehensive psychotherapy that accelerates the treatment of a wide range of pathologies and self-esteem issues related to disturbing events and present life conditions. This interactional, standardized approach has been empirically tested in over 20 randomized controlled studies with trauma patients, and hundreds of published case reports evaluating a considerable range of presenting complaints, including depression, anxiety, phobias, excessive grief, somatic conditions and addictions. EMDR therapy is guided by the Adaptive Information Processing model which addresses the unprocessed memories that appear to set the basis for a wide range of dysfunction. A number of neurophysiological studies have documented the rapid post treatment EMDR effects. Certificate of Completion Requirements:
Qualifications for Attending:
What is Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT)?
RRT works under the understanding that the subconscious controls emotions, desires, memory, habits, thoughts, dreams and automatic responses. One may consciously understand the value of eliminating problematic emotions, thoughts or behaviors but unless the subconscious mind is reached, enduring change is unlikely. By engaging the subconscious mind and eliminating the ongoing influence from troubling past events, blocked energy is released, healing takes place, and change is automatic. Negative habits and painful emotions are replaced by positive actions and feelings of well-being. Blocked energy is released. Healing takes place. With Rapid Resolution Therapy techniques, desired change can be automatic and lasting.Is Certification required to practice RRT?
Certification is a voluntary process that is not required by anyone. It is a pathway through which individual therapists may wish to pursue further training. Certification is not required at this time in order for a clinician to practice RRT. For more information on RRT Certification click here.
RRT Advanced Training:
Qualifications for Training:
Apply for RPT/S Credentials Registered Play Therapists (RPT) and Registered Play Therapists-Supervisors (RPT-S) are state licensed or certified practitioners who have satisfied the criteria described in the RPT/S Guide. To review the criteria or complete the application, click on the applicable option below:RPT/S Guide (PDF)
RPT/S Application – Printable Form
Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)