The recent announcement marks one and a half decades of helping recreational therapists continue their education and earn the CE units they need for professional development. Rec Therapy Today has earned a reputation as an innovator in continuing education courses, equipping recreational therapists with the knowledge they need to be effective and providing access to learning material online.
More details are available at http://www.RecTherapyToday.com
Rec Therapy Today celebrates 15 years as the leading provider of online continuing education for recreational therapists in the United States and Canada. The recent announcement emphasizes that recreational therapists can continue to earn all of their continuing education units (CEUs) from the comfort of their own homes or offices.
To renew their national certification and/or state license, recreational therapists are required to earn continuing education units (CEUs) that allow them to stay relevant and keep them current with the latest developments in their profession. The requirement is at least 50 hours of continuing education (CE), which is measured before the end of their five-year recertification period.
Key topics covered include at Rec Therapy Today, include: Social Psychology secrets, Understanding the Growth Mindset, Leisure Education and Counseling, Trauma-Focused Recreational Therapy, leadership, Bibliotherapy, and more.
Rec Therapy Today offers continuing education unit (CEU) courses that have been accepted and pre-approved by the National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification (NCTRC) for continuing education credit. The main CEU courses incorporate reading lists, live workshops, live webinars, webinar replays, special PDF reports, and guides. Interested parties can choose between the 25-clock-hour bundle or the 50-clock-hour bundle, which they can complete at their own pace.
According to the Founder, recreational therapists may be certain that Rec Therapy Today’s online continuing education courses will contribute to their certification because they cover the key foundational requirements of rec therapist certification. These courses are affordable, accessible, flexible, and easy to complete.
About Rec Therapy Today
In 2007, Danny W. Pettry II, an award-winning recreational therapist and a lifetime member of the American Therapeutic Recreation Association (ATRA) founded Rec Therapy Today. He is the recipient of a Certificate of Recognition in Recreational Therapy at the 2018 annual conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and was recognized as Clinical Staff of the Year in 2014 by the West Virginia Child Care Association in Charleston, West Virginia.
Rec Therapy Today is a self-study Continuing Education Units (CEU) program that allows recreational therapists to renew their certifications and licensing while advancing their mastery of the discipline. Each participant will receive access to their certificate of completion in their learning account.
According to a recreational therapist who benefited from the program, “Rec Therapy Today provides an opportunity to further my continuing education in a convenient and flexible way. Knowing that the courses are accepted by NCTRC is one less worry.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting http://www.RecTherapyToday.com
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