Poetry Therapist

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Poetry Therapist (Taxonomy Code# 102X00000X) is a health care provider taxonomy defined by National Uniform Claim Committee (NUCC), American Medical Association.

Taxonomy Overview

Taxonomy Code 102X00000X
Classification Poetry Therapist
Grouping Behavioral Health & Social Service Providers

Definition Poetry Therapist

A medical or mental health professional who has attained credentials after satisfactorily completing a poetry therapy training program approved by the National Federation for Biblio/Poetry Therapy (NFBPT). Training includes didactic work, peer group experience, and supervised practicum. An NFBPT credentialed certified poetry therapist (CPT) or registered poetry therapist (PTR) integrates discussion of published literature and reflective or creative writing into the psychotherapeutic process to achieve goals of emotional well-being, symptom reduction, and improved interpersonal communication. Certified poetry therapists and registered poetry therapists are licensed mental health professionals with advanced training in the theory and practice of poetry therapy. CPTs and PTRs are qualified to work independently with emotionally troubled populations in clinical, rehabilitative, community and educational institutions. They also work with emotionally healthy individuals adjusting to developmental issues, life crises, or disabilities. The PTR completes an advanced level of training and fieldwork, commensurate with the highest levels of clinical practice. The terms poetry therapy, applied poetry facilitation, journal therapy, bibliotherapy, biblio/poetry therapy, and poetry/journal therapy reflect the interactive use of literature and/or writing to promote personal growth and emotional healing. In addition to poetry, poetry therapy applies all forms or written and spoken language including story, myth, folk and fairy tale and other genres of poetic expression as well as journal, memoir, and narrative. The poetry therapy process integrates discussion of published literature and reflective or creative writing for expression and communication of thoughts and feelings to facilitate participants' emotional well-being. The field of poetry therapy encompasses all of these modalities, though only a duly trained and licensed clinical practitioner can be credentialed as CPT or PTR.
Notes: Source: The National Federation for Biblio/Poetry Therapy [7/1/2007: new]

Classification Information Poetry Therapist

All Specializations of Poetry Therapist

Specialization Definition
General A medical or mental health professional who has attained credentials after satisfactorily completing a poetry therapy training program approved by the National Federation for Biblio/Poetry Therapy (NFBPT). Training includes didactic work, peer group experience, and supervised practicum. An NFBPT credentialed certified poetry therapist (CPT) or registered poetry therapist (PTR) integrates discussion of published literature and reflective or creative writing into the psychotherapeutic process to achieve goals of emotional well-being, symptom reduction, and improved interpersonal communication. Certified poetry therapists and registered poetry therapists are licensed mental health professionals with advanced training in the theory and practice of poetry therapy. CPTs and PTRs are qualified to work independently with emotionally troubled populations in clinical, rehabilitative, community and educational institutions. They also work with emotionally healthy individuals adjusting to developmental issues, life crises, or disabilities. The PTR completes an advanced level of training and fieldwork, commensurate with the highest levels of clinical practice. The terms poetry therapy, applied poetry facilitation, journal therapy, bibliotherapy, biblio/poetry therapy, and poetry/journal therapy reflect the interactive use of literature and/or writing to promote personal growth and emotional healing. In addition to poetry, poetry therapy applies all forms or written and spoken language including story, myth, folk and fairy tale and other genres of poetic expression as well as journal, memoir, and narrative. The poetry therapy process integrates discussion of published literature and reflective or creative writing for expression and communication of thoughts and feelings to facilitate participants' emotional well-being. The field of poetry therapy encompasses all of these modalities, though only a duly trained and licensed clinical practitioner can be credentialed as CPT or PTR.

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NPI Name Address
1689336620 ANTONINA TOLBATOVA 5060 Elmhurst Rd Apt D, West Palm Beach, FL 33417-4564
1790451243 JASON KPEMOSA OGBEIDE 3955 Faircross Pl Unit 77, San Diego, CA 92115-6570
1053988865 MARGOT BULLOTTA 834 Mount Rose Rd, Chester Springs, PA 19425
1295316628 SAMRAWIT Z FESSHAIE 4003 S Uravan St, Aurora, CO 80013-3342
1235716820 LOUISE BAKER 845 Dunvegan Ct, Pickerington, OH 43147-8350
1285219881 OLAEDO UKEEKWE 4200 S Capitol St Se Apt 204, Washington, DC 20032-1342
1366035651 EBONI ZANDRANETTE DAVIS 2601 Cartwright Rd # D233, Missouri City, TX 77459-2613
1417546664 GEETA PRIYA ARORA 32649 Brenda Way Apt 3, Union City, CA 94587-3023
1013504232 MICHELLE MORENO 595 Sw 10th St, Miami, FL 33130-3809
1699371021 ASHLEY GRIER 3325 Washburn Ave Ste 206, Charlotte, NC 28205-7163
1730781618 JCGILLESPIE LLC 327 Randolph Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63135-2655
1003418989 EMPAS WELLNESS CENTER, LLC 7213 Chapparal Dr, District Heights, MD 20747-1772
1083211148 YURISLEIDI RAMOS 9661 Sw 17th St, Miami, FL 33165-7619
1265064299 THE MISSING PIECE LLC 7036 Creekside Dr, Plainfield, IL 60586-1774
1740828847 EVELINA SODT 65 Main St Fl 1, Warwick, NY 10990-1346
1487205753 CASSAUNDRA ANGELINA BURKS 3904 Welham Green Ct, Douglasville, GA 30135-7236
1194382374 WALLACE PLACE IN THE PINES 1706 Davis Ave, Livingston, TX 77351-2004
1427513738 ARLENE L CASASSA 271 Pond St, Hopkinton, MA 01748-1509
1548733199 CLAUDE WILLIE BYNUM 401 Bunche Blvd, Portsmouth, VA 23701-4221
1114499506 ARTS, SPORTS, AND TECHNOLOGY RESOURCE ORGANIZATION 175 Coyle Ave, Pawtucket, RI 02861-1007

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