THE INSTITUTE FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION IN ART THERAPY (ICE/AT)
The American Art Therapy Association’s Institute for Continuing Education in Art Therapy (ICE/AT) puts relevant courses at your fingertips, enabling you to develop competencies and keep abreast of new trends in the field while qualifying for continuing education credits (CECs).
CONTINUING EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS
All educational sessions sponsored by the American Art Therapy Association (AATA) are accepted for continuing education by the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB).
AATA is also a National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC)-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP Provider #5670), and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for courses that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program.
AATA is also approved by the State of New York as a provider of continuing education for Licensed Creative Arts Therapists (LCATs) in New York.
GET CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
AATA provides continuing education in two formats: online and in-person at the Annual Conference.
The online ICE/AT offers coursework organized into eight main subject tracks:
- Art Therapy and Assessment Diagnosis
- Art Therapy and Multiculturalism
- Art Therapy in Various Populations and Settings
- Art Therapy and Trauma
- Art Therapy Education & Supervision
- Art Therapy and Ethics
- Art Therapy Theory, Practice, and Techniques
- Art Therapy Professional Practice Issues
Click here to view the full course catalog and pricing. AATA members can receive a discount for continuing education courses by retrieving the discount code on MyAATA. Upon successful completion of a course, participants can download, view and/or print copies of their Certificates by logging in to their record through the ICE/AT site.
ANNUAL CONFERENCE OFFERINGS
Most sessions during the Annual Conference are Continuing Education-eligible and can be identified in the Full Program Schedule. It is each attendee’s responsibility to determine whether her or his licensing or credentialing body will accept the American Art Therapy Association’s continuing education.