Registered Reflexology Therapist
Registered Reflexology Therapists
Practicing – Individuals who are actively practicing. They meet membership criteria including professional liability insurance coverage and abide by the By-laws, Codes of Conduct and Ethics, and Standards of Practice of the Association.
The following minimal educational standards must be met by the applicant upon applying to the ACART membership category of practicing Registered Reflexology Therapist (RRT). Graduation from a professional certification training program whose curriculum includes:
a minimum component of 180 theoretical and clinical hours
supervised clinical experience
a practicum of 60 hours minimum
certification in First Aid/CPR training
Practitioners who have graduated from a training institute which does not meet with ACART’s minimum standards of a 300-hour curriculum will be referred to a recognized school of Reflexology therapy and will be required to pass the school’s written and practical examinations.
In addition, applicants must complete the required number of case studies before becoming eligible for practicing RRT membership with ACART. The fee for these services will be determined by the instructor.
Individuals who are not actively practicing. They may remain in this category for up to one (1) year.
They will then be reclassified as either practicing Registered Reflexology Therapists or associate members.
Individuals undergoing an ACART recognized course of training in Reflexology therapy. They may remain in this category for up to one (1) year.