Preparing to apply for the credential of Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT) with the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association is an opportunity for deep exploration and growth. One way to do this is to engage in meaningful supervision.

Learn about all the REAT requirements.

While you accrue the 1000 experience hours post-training, the requirement for supervision is:

  • 100 hours of individual supervision or;
  • 50 hours of group supervision or;
  • a combination of both.

As you hone your skills and continue to embrace Expressive Arts, both personally and professionally, we hope you’ll consider us for your supervision needs.

We invite you to engage in a process of storytelling, aesthetic response, and harvesting rich insights to assist you on your path towards becoming a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist.

NWCEAI offers group supervision in small groups of up to 6 individuals.

Check out our current supervision opportunities.