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President's Welcome

Judith Brennan

Welcome to the new and improved website of the Association of Educational Therapists. A dedicated committee of AET members has spent close to two years designing and refining a website that will be easy to navigate so that you can quickly access the information you are seeking.

The About section of the website explains the mission of AET, along with facts about the organization’s leadership, history, and values. There is also a Parents section with articles on how educational therapy can help children, adolescents, and adults with a search function to help you locate a professional in your area. The Professionals section provides information about when it is appropriate for allied professionals to make referrals for educational therapy, as well as how prospective ETs can enter the profession. The Events section of the website describes the many programs that AET offers to provide continuing education to our members and others interested in expanding their knowledge and understanding of individuals with learning differences. We also offer access to past programs and publications in the Resources section. Finally, when you click on Membership, you will learn about the various levels of membership offered in AET, including requirements and links to online applications.

Members of AET also have a personalized section of the website entitled My AET. Here you will find your member profile, renewal information, and continuing education log. Valuable resources especially for members include a forum for asking questions about and discussing ethical issues, articles to support members’ business practices, and information about becoming a Board Certified Educational Therapist (BCET).

This is only a quick snapshot of all our new website has to offer. Please take some time to explore the site and learn more about how the Association of Educational Therapists supports individuals with learning differences and the dedicated professionals who work to improve their lives. .