The American Association of Christian Therapists
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Read through these pages to discover how to become a Pastoral and Ordained Christian counselor or therapist. As you browse this website, you’ll find our requirements for certification
and licensure, member’s articles, and other important information about the A.A.C.T. If you inquire you will find
the tremendous support one receives as an AACT member.
If you have questions, or wish to receive our catalog
or application for membership, please call or e-mail us today. You may also print these pages, along with the application
and required reference forms. Payments may be made online with your credit
card, or through your checking account through Paypal, or simply enclose your personal check with your application. Remember, please call or write if you have any questions.
The American Association of Christian Therapists is an association that credentials qualified Christian
and Pastoral Counselors who meet established standards of education and training. The
A.A.C.T. offers various levels of certification and licensure to provide Pastoral and Christian counselors and therapists
the opportunity for continued advancement, and to assist the general public in screening.
We want to insure that our certified and licensed members have the necessary tools and training to help hurting persons.
Please note that the AACT
is not affiliated with any state or national government entity or approved by any state or national agency. AACT licensing and /or certification is a Pastoral or Ministry certification, intended to encourage and
promote quality and standards within the field of Pastoral Counseling. Our credentialing process is provided for ordained
ministers desiring to acquire and demonstrate competency in pastoral counseling, and for state licensed therapists desiring
to acquire and demonstrate competency in their knowledge of theology and theological integration.
Please check with your state laws to assess
what kind of titles pastoral counselors are authorized to use in promotion and advertisement (specifically check on words
such as “clinical” or “therapist”), and whether you may utilize a license issued by a private credentialing
agency. In certain situations, we shall offer licenses only to those who meet
A.A.C.T. qualifications, and who simultaneously hold a state license or can validate by letter or a copy of
state regulations that this title is legal to use within the state the applicant resides.
All other applicants may apply for certification levels.
However, please note that the final responsibility
is yours to insure that you are in compliance with the laws of the state in which you reside.
Biblically, we are required to obey the laws of our land when those laws are not in conflict with the laws of God.
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