ACT is the only certifying organization for cognitive-behavioral therapy that evaluates applicants' knowledge and ability of applicants from all mental health fields before granting certification. ACT's exacting standards identify clinicians with the necessary training, experience, and knowledge to be highly effective cognitive-behavioral therapists. ACT certification indicates to consumers, potential employers, and other clinicians that the individual is a skilled cognitive therapist.
ACT certification is awarded to individuals who have demonstrated an advanced level of expertise in cognitive therapy. The Academy's certified membership include physicians, psychologists, social workers, and other mental health professionals from around the world. Diplomas have been awarded to over 700 Fellows and Diplomates who are internationally recognized leaders in the field of cognitive therapy.
Certification in Cognitive Therapy Website