Attention Rec Therapist —

No More Worrying How You’ll Earn Your CEUs…

Rec Therapy Today® Can Help You Earn ALL of Your CEUs from the Comfort and Convenience of Your Own Home or Office™

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Rec Therapists need to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) to renew their national certification and/ or state license.

Rec Therapists with the Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) credential are required to earn at least 50 clock hours of Continuing Education (CE), which is (measured as 5.0 CEUs) before the end of their five year re-certifiation period.

Those who don’t earn CEUs would lose their certification and/ or license to practice.

This could result in losing position and livelihood.

Rec Therapists who continue their education will earn CEUs to renew their national certification and/or state license to practice.

They stay relevant in their profession.

They strive to become the best they can be in their field.

Your Simple Three-Step CEU Plan from Rec Therapy Today®.

Step # 1

Sign-up for online courses at Rec Therapy Today®.

Step # 2

Complete your course by viewing webinar video replay, reading PDF, and/ or reading slides.

 

Step # 3

Access your certificate of completion in your account anytime you need to submit it for certification or license.

At Rec Therapy Today® we know that you want to be the best Recreational Therapist that you can be.

In order do that, you need to maintain your continuing education for national certification and/or state licensure.

The problem is that conferences can be difficult to attend, which makes you feel stressed-out about getting enough CEUs.

We believe in learning, growing, and succeeding. 

We understand that taking time off work to attend a conference can be difficult, which is why we’ve provided online CEUs for thousands of Rec Therapists with the CTRS credential since 2007.

Sign-up for online CEUs at Rec Therapy Today® so you can stop worrying about losing your national certification and instead continue your education, continue your career, and continue your success.

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Meet Danny Pettry

Danny Pettry is your continuing education guide at Rec therapy Today®. He’s here to help you. 

Pettry has advanced graduate degrees in Recreational Therapy (2006) and Mental Health Counseling (2012) from Indiana University and Lindsey Wilson College, respectively. 

Pettry has been a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) since 2003. He recently earned the Behavioral Health Specialization designation.

Pettry is a Lifetime Member of ATRA. 

Note: Rec Therapy Today isn’t affiliated with ATRA.

Pettry’s received three ATRA awards, including: Certificate of Recognition (2018); Advocate Award (2005); and Peg Connolly Student Scholarship Award (2004). 

Pettry was awarded Clinical Staff of the Year by the West Virginia Child Care Association in 2015.

 

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