The REAT® track is designed for those who use the expressive arts in therapy. To become a REAT® , an IEATA member must meet rigorous criteria – including education, experience, demonstrated competencies, personal engagement in expressive arts therapy and letters of reference – and agree to abide by our REAT® Code of Ethics.
One key element of IEATA’s mission is to promote professional excellence and standards of practice for practitioners and consumers. To that end, we have established the title of Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT® ) and developed a screening and registration process to certify qualified members.
To become a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist, an IEATA member must meet all of the registration standards and requirements.