Once you’ve earned your ATR-P 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 Registered Art Therapist (ATR).
*Note: As of March 2020 ATR-P credential holders are no longer required to submit new supervision contracts. 

 To maintain your ATR-P credential:

  • Adhere to the ATCB Code of Ethics, Conduct, and Disciplinary Procedures.
  • Pay the annual $25 maintenance fee
  • Complete the renewal process each year.

Your annual renewal notice will be sent to you in May of each year and is due by June 30. A late fee will be charged if the fee is not received by June 30. If it is not paid and/or if the Disciplinary & Litigation History section of the renewal process is not completed & submitted, your credential will become inactive. You may not use the ATR-P designation if inactive and must seek reinstatement.