Connecting with Other Professionals
AIS is an association by intervention service professionals for intervention service professionals. Learn and collaborate with others in the field.
Stand Out from Others
AIS supports ethical treatment and practices; as a member, you demonstrate a commitment to this ethical acuity.
Exlcusive AIS Conferences
AIS hosts 2 annual conferences, exclusively designed to introduce intervention service professionals, with reliable information and referral partners.
As supporters of ongoing education, AIS offers numerous CE hours for intervention service professionals, accredited by the PA Cert Board.
Types of Membership:
To meet the needs of many intervention service stakeholders, AIS offers numerous membership options including: Full Members, Candidate Membership, Organizational Membership, and Emeritus Membership
An AIS Full Member is the cornerstone of our individual membership structure. This member hold a CIP certification through the PA Certification Board, has agreed to abide by the AIS Code of Ethics in all intervention service dealings, and has demonstrated ethical practices in their company.
AIS Full Members are voting members for the AIS Board of Directors, and are entitled to discounted savings at the AIS Conferences. Further, AIS members are designated on the Membership Directory as having achieved the recognition of CIP, the certification by which AIS supports. These members are endorsed by AIS as offering ethical and safe treatment options within the intervention services field.
An AIS Candidate Member is member of AIS that is still developing their practice. The goal of a candidate member is to achieve their CIP certification and move up to Full Member. This member has agreed to abide by the AIS Code of Ethics in all intervention service dealings, and has demonstrated ethical practices in their company.
AIS Candidate Members are not voting members for the AIS Board of Directors.
An AIS Emeritus Member is a full member of AIS who was retired or was forced to take extended time off from providing intervention services. The Emeritus Member is a non-practicing CIP certificate holder, and plans to return to active therapy at a later time. This member has agreed to abide by the AIS Code of Ethics in all intervention service dealings, and has demonstrated ethical practices in their company.
AIS Emeritus Members are voting members for the AIS Board of Directors.
An AIS Organizational Member is an organization which works in the intervention services field, and provides these services through more than one interventionist. This membership designation was created to facilitate larger intervention services companies to join AIS and better support the needs of our membership at large. This member has agreed to abide by the AIS Code of Ethics in all intervention service dealings, and has demonstrated ethical practices in their company.
The Organizational Membership is a non-voting membership. Employees of the organizational member are also non-voting members (unless they are independently Full Members).
Grow your business, Grow yourself
Through AIS conferences, industry gatherings, and ongoing communication, AIS offers a community for the intervention service professional. Stuck on how implement best practices? The AIS community has an answer! Not sure how to maintain ethical integrity with today’s referral practices? AIS members are there to support you.
Working in a field with limited oversight and unscrupulous competitors is tough. AIS is an avenue to increase your marketability. AIS offers its members internal and external facing training options to further differentiate the services provided by AIS members and others. As the leader in defining ethical treatment within the intervention services field, AIS membership demonstrates you too, operate an ethical intervention.
Become an AIS Member Today
Differentiate yourself and your business by joining the AIS community today!