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Steps to Become Certified

 

There are two components to certification.  The first is completion of the required number of approved training hours (48), which can be completed through the SKYPE Master Class

The second is the consultation component in which the applicant's work is reviewed to assess how the material is being applied in practice.   For details, see the Policy Statement.

Attachment-Focused Therapist

1. Complete 48 hours of training
2. Provide evidence that you are authorized to practice in your jurisdiction, evidence of applicable insurance, singed attestation form.
3. Completion of the Consultation-Practicum: review of a minimum of six DVDs.

Attachment-Focused Family Therapist

1. Complete 48 hours of training
2. Provide evidence that you are authorized to practice in your jurisdiction, evidence of applicable insurance, singed attestation form.
3. Completion of the Consultation-Practicum: review of a minimum of six DVDs.

Attachment-Focused Professional

1. Complete 48 hours of training.
2. Letter from your supervisor approving your participation in the Institute's certification program.
3. Completion of the Consultation-Practicum: review or observation of a minimum of four DVDs.

Certification is valid for three years.  Re-certification requirements include either attending an Advanced Practice Seminar (3 hours) or having one DVD illustrating your work reviewed by a consultant. 

Attachment-Focused Organization

1. Staff complete required training.
2. Evidence of authority to provider services (residential treatment, mental health clinic, wilderness program, therapeutic boarding school, etc)
3. Annual training and supervision of staff per guidelines.


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