AET offers seven levels of membership to our diverse community. Anyone with an interest in educational therapy is welcome to become a member of AET. All memberships share these basic services:
There are additional benefits included in some levels of memberships.
Student membership is open to students who can verify that they are enrolled in a university or college program leading to qualification for Associate ET membership.
General membership is open to any individual interested in the field of educational therapy. Parents, teachers and those working with individuals with learning differences, among others, can benefit from membership.
Allied Professional membership is open to any licensed or certified professional who works in professions that interface with educational therapy (e.g., psychologists, pediatricians, speech and language therapists, school and/or learning center directors, etc.). Allied Professionals are:
Associate ET membership is open to individuals who have completed all academic training requirements for professional membership categories. To become an ET/Professional or Board Certified ET, you must first be approved as an Associate ET. Associate ETs are:
ET/Professional (ET/P) membership is open to educational therapists who have a Master's degree (or who have met the requirements of graduate level and/or upper division level courses), are engaged in educational therapy in private practice, public or private schools, private clinics, hospitals, or public agencies, and who have met the direct service delivery minimum of 1,500 hours and have completed their BCET Supervised Hours. ET/Professionals are:
Board Certified ET (BCET) membership is open to educational therapists who have a Master's degree, have been an ET/Professional member in good standing for at least one year, and have met additional requirements as specified by the AET Certification Board. Board Certified ETs are:
Retired membership status is open to any individual who has been a Board Certified ET, ET/Professional, or Allied Professional member in good standing for three years and who is retiring from her/his chosen field. This person may retain a maximum of seven private practice hours per week. Retired members are:
For specific questions not answered here, contact the AET Membership Department directly at 414-908-4949 x 116 or email@example.com
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