Interim Psychotherapy Commission: Membership Changes and Continuing Education Policy
Before turning to my update on the Interim Psychotherapy Commission’s work on continuing education, I want to first make sure that all former members who joined ACPE from the American Association of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC) received this letter outlining changes that have been made to the psychotherapy membership model. For those who have not heard, over 850 members from AAPC have joined as ACPE Psychotherapists, Practitioners, Retired Professionals, and Student members during the initial two months of the consolidation! This highly positive response to the consolidation necessitated the creation of a more sustainable, long-term membership model that could replace the initial, transitional membership categories. We are excited about the new model going into effect today and are eager to see the ways it helps us welcome new members into the ACPE psychotherapy community.
By Joann Heaney-Hunter, M.S., Ph.D., LMHC, NCC, Chair | June 10, 2019
Individuals interested in joining ACPE as new Psychotherapist, Practitioner, Retired Professional,
or Student Members are now invited to apply!