AHTA Congratulates 3 New HTR's

AHTA offers congratulations to those who have recently completed the requirements for Professional Registration (HTR).  The three AHTA members who have achieved this status are Katherine Brechner, Arleen Ferrara and Ciri Malamud.

HTR is the professional credential for horticultural therapists.  The suffix connotes that the individual has achieved AHTA's standardized measure of excellence in theoretical and applied aspects of horticultural therapy practice.  HTR status further acknowledges the bearer's commitment to the field and conveys reassurance to prospective employers, clients and colleagues.

Horticultural therapists can become registered through a voluntary professional registration program administered by the American Horticultural Therapy Association.  The designation Horticultural Therapist-Registered (HTR) signifies that professional competencies have been achieved based on a rigorous mix of academic requirements and professional training.  To learn more about becoming an HTR, please visit AHTA's Professional Registration page.

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