Training takes place on the following dates:
Computer, from anywhere around the world
through a good internet connection!
Association is the FIRST Training Program created to certify
Therapists and Professionals in their fields to work with this
and our complete list of Resources and Templates to help
with their Practices. Courses are also available via Webinar.
for decades; visionaries and pioneers in the field of Trans-Education
Each truly dedicated in caring for this underserved population.
experts in their fields!
and Professionals are eligible for a listing in our Resource Directory
for the Transgender Community.
Transgender Care Therapy Certification Training
Our Program offers professional training and certification for working with the Transgender Community.
Expand your therapy practice and become a Transgender Care Therapist through our specialized Training.
The International Transgender Certification Association (ITCA) provide’s credentialing, standards of practice, professional identity, and self-regulation for service providers of the Transgender, Gender Non-Conforming and Non-Binary Community. Therefore, this training is ideal for Clinicians, Therapists, Counselors, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Case Managers and those individuals who work directly with a Gender Expansive population and are looking for formal training and continuing education credits.
The purpose of ITCA is to provide a cohesive organization that credentials healthcare professionals and community providers by promoting ethical guidelines, offering training and education, and developing networking resources. Upon completion of our course, you will receive documentation to certify that you are a Transgender Care Therapist/Professional (TCT/TCP) and be awarded CEU’s for your participation.
What Our Students are Saying
I learned how to competently and confidently work with transgender individuals who struggle with gender dysphoria. I learned about the transition process, the importance of not making assumptions, the right questions to ask, the importance of collaborating with other professionals, and providing proper referrals for additional support. Additionally, I learned how to write and what to include in carry letter and Gender Affirming Surgery letters
Calista Naismith, PT, BSc, MScPT, PgCSH, ACC
This will change how I practice as it will make me more aware and understanding of the transition process as well as how to appropriately treat and address transgender individuals. It has taught me as well how to be an advocate and in what areas I can work on promoting and creating more access to transgender care.
The training was very informative, interesting, and will certainly promote my ability to work with the transgender community. I feel that much more competent to work with the transgender community and regret not taking this training sooner.
Krysta Webster Fink, Ph.D
Most everything was new! The knowledge I have obtained has already helped me to make my treatment forms more gender affirming and has helped me with my language and pronoun usage to be more affirming in my care.
Yvette Lanausse Vega
I loved all the focus groups. I also loved the depth of information on culture, religion, and issues related to coming out as Trans.