- Recognition as having worked to achieve competence as a trauma therapist using PC
- Listing as a Certified PC Therapist on the TI/CTI web site's Find A Therapist page
- Unlimited access to PC Group Consultation via web-based video-conference ($250 value).
- Completion of one of our multi-day programs that includes training in PC
- Completion of at least 30 PC sessions with clients
- Completion of one of the designated distance learning programs (see below)
- At least 15 hours of PC group consultation provided by TI/CTI, either online or in person
- Endorsement by a TI/CTI-approved PC Consultant
- License or registration for independent practice as a mental health professional, and adherence to your profession's ethical code of conduct
- $250 fee
- Renewal (every 4 years) to require 15 hours of group consultation or equivalent activities TBD.
Click for the Application for PC Certification.
PC training can be obtained in any of the following programs:
The required 15 hours of post-training PC group consultation can be completed with any TI/CTI-approved PC Consultant. The consultation must be done in a group format (minimum 4 participants), either in person (face to face) or by video-conference; and it must include review of participants' actual work, e.g., session videos. The consultation will focus on the trauma-informed treatment approach, including PC.
Endorsement by a PC Consultant
The endorsement for PC Certification by a TI/CTI-approved PC Consultant will be based on case discussion as well as review of your actual work (live or video) in the trauma-informed treatment approach, including PC. Consultants will provide detailed feedback to help you improve as needed. Consultants charge for their time, so get as far as you can in improving your skills via Group Consultation before trying for the Endorsement.
Disclaimer: TI/CTI makes no express or implied warranty as to the fitness or competence of any PC Certification holder. The credential is intended to represent completion of the activities likely to lead to mastery of PC and trauma-informed treatment.