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A Rapidly Evolving Field
Recognition may take many forms: letters of reference or recommendation attesting to an individual's skills and competencies, certificates of completion of a course of study, state or national registration or licensure, or the attainment of certification through meeting the requirements of a professional board of examiners which sets certain criteria and requirements which, when met, lead to the issuance of certification.
The Need for Standards
The Emergence of The
International Board for Regression Therapy (IBRT)
The International Board for Regression Therapy has been founded as an independent examining and certifying board which is charged by its charter with the responsibility to set standards, evaluate the qualifications of practitioners and the quality of training programs, to issue documents of certification and promote the growth and development of the field.
It should be noted that The International Board for Regression Therapy has no relationship with any local, state, or national body, and certification by IBRT does not convey certification, accreditation, or licensing for any profession by any governmental body. IBRT-certified therapists and training programs are responsible for whatever certification and/or licensing is required in their own jurisdictions. Nor does IBRT certification authorize therapists or training programs to engage in or teach any profession required to be licensed or otherwise approved by governmental bodies in their jurisdictions.
Goals and Objectives
1. To enact, promulgate, and support an appropriate set of standards or guiding principles for the practice of PLT/PLR, and to seek adherence to these standards by all practitioners of PLT/PLR.
2. To establish the minimum criteria which an individual must meet for certification by the board, to encourage qualified practitioners to undergo the certification process and, upon meeting these criteria, to issue appropriate documentation attesting to the individual's certification by the board.
3. To evaluate schools and programs which provide training in PLT/PLR to assure that the quality, depth and duration of such training is sufficient to meet a set of minimum standards, and that it is being provided by facilitators who demonstrate that they have the qualifications and experience necessary to conduct such training.
4. To support the professional growth and development of PLT/PLR.
5. To promote the understanding and acceptance of PLT/PLR by the public and other helping professions as an effective and legitimate modality.
Your Role in IBRT
Becoming a Board
Certified Therapist and/or Researcher
The application process provides an opportunity to present this information to the Board of Examiners for their evaluation.
Flexibility of Certification
Areas of Interest and
A Note About
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