Certified E-therapist (CET)

Description

The CET designation is a professional credential for individuals who provide substance abuse treatment and related services using distance technologies to overcome barriers to traditional face-to-face treatment.


Specific Instructions

Guidelines for Certification:

1. All applications must be legible. Please type or neatly print on all required forms. If any part of the application is not legible, the applicant will be required to resubmit typed forms in order to continue the certification process.

2. All education, work experience, and training must be completed prior to applying for certification.

3. All education, experience, supervision and training must include supporting documentation that can be verified or it will not be counted as eligible.

4. Candidates must pay a one-time $50 certification fee with the application portfolio. This fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.

5. Once the application is complete, make a copy of the entire application packet, including supporting documentation, in case of damage or loss. The FCB is not responsible for damage or loss of any materials submitted for the purposes of certification.

6. Applicants are encouraged to begin a file to organize and store all certification related correspondence, certificates, letters of verification, etc.

Associated Exams

Certified E-therapist (CET) Exam

The CET designation is a professional credential for individuals who provide substance abuse treatment and related services using distance technologies to overcome barriers to traditional face-to-face treatment.


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