Registered Art Therapist (ATR)

  1. ATR

Once you’ve earned your ATR designation, keeping it current allows you to maintain this professional credential, thus enhancing your value to clients or employers. It also puts you on track to become a Board Certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC).

The ATCB credential year is July 1- June 30. To maintain your ATR credential:

  • Adhere to the ATCB Code of Ethics, Conduct, and Disciplinary Procedures
  • Complete the renewal process of your ATR each year. The credential year is July 1-June 30. The renewal process is the completion of the mandatory attestation of compliance to the ATCB ethical code and the annual fee of $100.
    *Once awarded the credential the ATR professional designation is valid for the remainder of the credential year of which you are approved.

RENEWING THE ATR:

An annual renewal notice will be sent to you in April of each year and is due by June 30.

The function of renewals is the submission of a completed ethics and credential attestation that you are in compliance with the ATCB Code of Ethics Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures.

All renewals must be completed on the MyATCB portal. Manual renewals require board authorization, please do not mail a check to the national office. All checks received by mail will be returned to the sender.

By June 30th of each year, all credential holders must complete the annual ethics attestation and pay annual maintenance fees to maintain their credentials.  The ATCB affords a 30 day grace period from July 1-July 31 for anyone who missed the renewal window, there is a late fee during this time. After July 31st any credential not renewed becomes inactive.

Additional information about reinstating an inactive credential can be found here.

CLICK HERE FOR STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS ON COMPLETING YOUR ANNUAL RENEWAL.

 

If you don’t plan on renewing you may:

The above options are located on MyATCB portals