AAP Requirements for Certification in Anthroposophic Psychotherapy
Licensed clinicians who complete all requirements for certification during the training in Anthroposophic Psychotherapy will be eligible for certification as an Anthroposophic Psychotherapist with approval by the faculty of the Association of Anthroposophic Psychology (AAP). Further certification with the International Federation of Anthroposophic Psychotherapy Associations (IFAPA), and the Medical Section of the Goetheanum may also be sought after all conditions required are met. The following requirements must have been achieved (and be current) in order to receive certification in Anthroposophic Psychotherapy from AAP:
Further Notes about Certification in Anthroposophic Psychotherapy
The curriculum of the programs provided by the Association for Anthroposophic Psychology fulfills the requirements placed by the International Federation of Anthroposophic Psychotherapy Associations (IFAPA), the Medical Section of the Goetheanum, and the World Health Organization (WHO) for Anthroposophic Psychotherapy. Note that the requirements for international certification are subject to ratification. Benchmarks for training in anthroposophic medicine, including anthroposophic psychotherapy, have been developed collaboratively and published by the World Health Organization. For reference, further specifics regarding these requirements are provided below.
International certification in Anthroposophic Psychotherapy requires a total of 1000 hours:
Curricular content for international certification must include: