Training and Certification in ART


Training and certification in ART follows a progressive hierarchy of knowledge and skill acquisition and clinical experience. In addition to obtaining clinical practice certifications, ART professionals can become a Certified Trainer (Facilitator) and/or Training Assistant.

Training in ART is conducted commercially through the Rosenzweig Center for Rapid Recovery (RCRR).  Click Here

Basic ART Training

3 Days
  • Objective: Provides therapists/clinicians with the knowledge and skills to effectively implement use of ART in clinical practice.
  • Prerequisites: Mental health professional or RN with psychiatric training – copy of mental health license and current status.
  • Format: Lecture| Video | Audio | PowerPoint presentations | Live demonstration | Supervised practicum and training.
  • Certification: Basic ART Practitioner

Advanced ART Training

3 Days
  • Objective: Review and practice ART interventions not covered and that augment the Basic ART Training including use of the Metaphorical Moment. Expand knowledge and skill set to apply the ART protocol to a broad range of psychological disorders and diagnoses beyond psychological trauma.
  • Prerequisites: Previous completion and certification in ART Basic Training. Confirmation of minimum conduct of 30 sessions using ART.
  • Format: Lecture| Video | Audio | PowerPoint presentations | Supervised practicum and training.
  • Certification: Advanced ART Practitioner

SAF-T Sensation Awareness Focused Technique

1 Day Training
  • Course Description: This technique produces a calming effect can safely be used with adults or children and does not involve medications. A revolutionary method to help people relax their bodies.
  • Objective: Alleviate negative sensations associated with anxiety physical discomfort such as headaches. Works on some pain sensations.
  • Format: Lecture case videos supervised practicum and training manual.