The Institute offers training and materials developed specifically for educators, executive managers and organizational decision-makers, direct support professionals, social workers, individuals with disabilities, and family members supporting a loved one with a disability.
The Institute is a part of a worldwide training network, The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices.
The Institute on Person Centered Practices offers a variety of training opportunities including Person-Centered Thinking Training, Person-Centered Plan Facilitation, and professional certification to train others in Person-Centered Practices.
CEU's are available for Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Social Workers (SW), and Texas Educators (TEA). For more information about continuing education units, please email email@example.com.
Become a Certified Person-Centered Thinking Trainer
The certification process requires a considerable investments of both time and finances. Please review the certification requirements carefully along with the fee structure. Those interested in pursuing certification, please complete a PCT Trainer Certification Application and mail with your application fee to:
Institute for Person-Centered Practices
Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M University
attn: Jeff Garrison-Tate
704 Harrington Tower, Mail Stop 4225
College Station, TX 77843-4225
-or- Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your application is accepted, you will be contacted by a Mentor Trainer from the Institute on Person Centered Practices to discuss the next steps in the process.
Registration fee includes course materials.
Families and self advocates please contact Aimee Day at email@example.com to register for either class.
Professionals who support people with disabilities:
PCT Class: $150
PF Class: $200
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