PCIT National Trainer Requirements
Parent Child Interaction Therapy National Trainers (PCIT-NT) are clinicians who have met all of the PCIT & TCIT Training Program PCIT Certified Therapist (PCIT-C) and Agency Trainer (PCIT-AT) credential standards. These individuals have then received additional PCIT training to be qualified to teach and supervise therapists at their own program or agency, and across the United States.
Why Become Certified as a Trainer?
Certification has been developed in response to therapists, agencies, and third-party payers who have long asked how PCIT providers can document they have met a set of standards for competent delivery of the treatment. Certification is one way to promote the effective dissemination of PCIT nationally and internationally.
How Do I Apply for National Trainer Certification?
- Complete the PCIT Certified Therapist (PCIT-C) certification requirements.
- Complete the PCIT Agency Therapist (PCIT-AT) certification requirements.
- Submit the PCIT National Trainer Application. Please contact us for more information.
What Are Some of the Benefits of Trainer Certification?
Trainers who are certified by the PCIT & TCIT Training Program have met a number of training and competence standards that help to maintain the treatment’s effectiveness. Once you are certified, you will:
- Be sanctioned to train PCIT therapists in your agency.
- Be placed on the PCIT International website as a certified trainer so that families and other professionals can find you.
- Be invited to join listservs with other certified trainers.
- Receive discounts on PCIT & TCIT Continuing Education workshops and trainings.