As part of our commitment to art therapy's competent and ethical practice through the credentialing of art therapy professionals, the Art Therapy Credentials Board will soon upgrade our processing systems. Detailed information about the new system will be forthcoming in the next few weeks.

In preparation for implementing these upgrades, we will no longer accept application materials via mail as of February 19, 2021. Please send all application materials to the email system the ATCB implemented in 2020. All application materials mailed to the National Office will be returned to the sender. Detailed information about application submission via email can be found here: atcb.org/info.

If you have extenuating circumstances and are unable to use email, please contact Executive Director LeeAnn Mandrillo.

Like many businesses, we have asked our employees to work from home to ensure the safety of our team and the individuals we are here to serve. Due to this change, forward all questions and concerns to atcbinfo@atcb.org. as we don't have access to our general phone line. All emails are answered in the order they are received. We will do our best to respond within 7-10 business days. Thank you for your patience and for being a valued member of our community.

The ATCB is consistently updating processes due to the COVID 19 pandemic. Please check our COVID19 page for detailed information on email submissions.

Credential Holder Profile

The ATCB features credential holders and their stories and artwork several times a year. Each profile highlights the journey that the credential holder has taken to become a professional, credentialed art therapist. The profiles are now a feature of the ATCB Blog. Follow the link below to view their profiles. If you are interested in being featured, please contact the ATCB National Office.

Mission

The mission of the Art Therapy Credentials Board is to protect the public by promoting the competent and ethical practice of art therapy through the credentialing of art therapy professionals.