IATP is now Evergreen Certifications! Looking for IATP or International Association of Trauma Professionals? You have come to the right place! Our name has changed, but you’ll find the same certification standards and friendly team.
Independently licensed, master’s prepared mental health professionals, including:
A detailed listing of eligible professionals can be found here.
A minimum of 15 hours of post-graduate level training, with 12 of those hours specific to mood disorder assessment and treatment topics and 3 hours specific to suicide assessment and prevention. Click here for details.
Pre-approved, 3rd party trainings that meet the training requirements for Certification include:
Wondering if a course meets the requirements for Certification? Submit a copy of or link to the course title, speaker, outline and learning objectives to firstname.lastname@example.org for review.
The candidate must attest that over the course of their career, he/she has conducted a minimum of 200 contact hours with depressive disorder diagnosed clients.
To maintain Certification, a reapplication is required. After your initial 1-year Certification, you have the option to renew for 1, 2 or 3 years. A 1-year renewal requires 6 clock hours of depression and/or mood disorder treatment training since you were last Certified; a 2-year renewal requires 12 clock hours, and a 3-year renewal requires 18 hours.
Complete details can be found here.
“When clients come into my office I want them to know, and see, that I’ve taken the time to learn about trauma, a specialized skill. My certification is much more than a framed certificate”
“...the training and certification process reinforced my knowledge and credibility as a Trauma professional.” -
"The process and content of becoming a certified clinician in gaining my Evergreen Certifications in several areas has helped me be a better prepared and more effective clinician. I gained a deeper knowledge of specific disorders with effective means of how to treat them and deeper understanding for myself."