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Occupational Therapy Assistant?
Become a Registered Functional Therapy Associate RFTA and expand your practice.
Are you a dedicated licensed professional Occupational Therapy Assistant who is tired of being mistaken for a career counselor or work rehab specialist? The Registered Functional Therapy Associate RFTA designation allows you to show that you are one of the elites of medically based and wholistic health treatment.
The Registered Functional Therapy Associate RFTA
A Registered Functional Therapy Associate RFTA still practices under the protection of their Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant License. The RFTA designation helps clarify that you are a highly trained person with and Associate's Degree. It declares how you will help your clients regain a functional and balanced life. The unification of OTAs and PTAs shows you are one of the elite therapists.
Clarify and Expand Your Practice
What does the Registered Functional Therapy Associate RFTA designation do for you? Sometimes Occupational Therapy is hard to understand. It can get mixed up with some other professions. The RFT designation is only available to licensed OTA and PTA professionals. Also, as an Associate, you are elevated to the stature of a person achieving a 2 year or more degree as a skilled therapist.
It's About You and The People You Help Every Day
You are a talented and dedicated professional. Your clients recognize your skill and caring. The application process ensures that our candidates are striving to uphold a high level of professional ethics and responsibility. 
An invitation to the Registered Functional Therapist Associate RFTA designation for Occupational Therapist Assistant
Learn more about this exciting new designation that is only available for Occupational and Physical Therapists.

Ed Kaine, OT, RFT says:

I'm very happy that OTs, PTs, PTAs, OTAs, and Licensed Massage Therapists can now be part of the Functional Therapy movement. Meeting so many great therapists who are advanced students of John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Approach has taught me that we need a way for the many excellent Therapists to stand out. 

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