Becoming a Certified Practitioner

Fine-tune your ability to assess clients and support them through their process.

Deepening your understanding of the dynamics involved in therapeutic relationship.

Enter into a mentorship with and receive feedback from a Registered Polarity Educator.

Defining Excellence

Nothing indicates a readiness to practice like Board Certification. Clients, physicians, health care providers, insurers, and state licensing boards regard certification as an important measure of a practitioner’s ability to deliver quality, safe care.

Candidates for certification are evaluated by the members of the Certification Governing Council. In addition to the more than 800 total hours of training, the candidate must sit for and successfully complete an examination. For more information on the Certification Governing Council, click here. For complete information regarding the requirements prior to examination, click here.

Benefits of Certification

  • Ensures a practitioner has completed the highest level of training.
  • Acts as the cornerstone in your right to practice.
  • Communicates a commitment to safe, ethical practices for the public.
  • Creates a competitive edge. Extends marketing possibilities.
  • Increases employment and practice development opportunities.

To begin the process of certification, click here. A full copy of the BCPP Candidate Handbook is available for download below. Consult this for all information regarding the application and testing process. If you have previously earned the BCPP certification, and are looking for information regarding recertification, please visit the members area.

 BCPP Handbook

APTA is not a licensing body.  Licensing is the responsibility of state and local agencies, who control licensing and scope of practice rules. In many regions, the practice of Polarity Therapy is unregulated or unlicensed; however, laws vary by jurisdiction.

APTA solely endorses the Board Certified Polarity Practitioner (BCPP) as conferring any right to practice Polarity Therapy as an independent discipline and Polarity Practitioner. Any questions as to what education or credentials are legally required to practice Polarity Therapy should be directed to the state or local government where you intend to practice.

APTA does not endorse the APP or RPP level of education as qualifying an individual to independently practice Polarity Therapy.  The APP and RPP levels of education are solely issued by APTA; recognizing levels of training that a course provides and a student has completed.