APA’s Physical Therapy Program for College and University Students states that it “has been working for years to improve physical therapy education at schools across the country and nationally.”

The program, which launched in 2014, has a mission of helping students achieve their “physical goals.”

According to the program’s website, “the primary goal of the program is to prepare students for the workforce, but we have also recognized that students who have achieved physical goals may want to pursue other career options.”

In an interview with The Huffington Post, one of the Program’s founding members, John McPhee, explained that the program “has a lot to do with the fact that many students who graduate from physical therapy schools don’t realize that they are not as well equipped as their peers.”

According a 2015 article by Psychology Today, the physical therapist’s “primary task is to teach students the fundamentals of physical therapy to increase their understanding of the art and science of physical health care, including the principles of massage, tai chi, and other forms of healing.”

As such, the program offers students the opportunity to learn from some of the most experienced physical therapists in the country, including Dr. William A. Zolli, a world-renowned clinical psychologist and physical therapist, and Dr. Robert C. Johnson, a professor of pediatrics and psychiatry at the University of Texas Medical Branch.

The two men have worked closely together over the years, and have been featured in many media outlets for their work.

However, the two have been outspoken in their opposition to the physical therapists’ certification standards.

In 2016, McPheese spoke out against the physical therapy certification standards, saying that they were “too rigid.”

“We’re a profession, we’re a health care profession, and we’re supposed to be flexible,” McPhey said.

“It’s a very rigid system.”

McPhere and Johnson have been vocal in their criticism of the physical therapies standards, and in a 2014 piece for Psychology Today that was published in a supplement to the publication, McPathe said that the standards were “a complete failure” and “a total waste of time, money, and resources.”

McPathey and Johnson said that they believe the physical trainers’ certification was “unethical” because it “sought to be a credential that could be used to validate the academic performance of the practitioners,” and that they would not be happy if their children were not able to get a certification like that.

According to a 2014 article in Psychology Today titled “Physical Therapy Professionals Oppose Physical Therapist Certification Standards,” the two men said that, “physicians who certify with these standards are a threat to the profession’s integrity.”

In a 2015 Psychology Today article titled “The Painful History of Physical Therapy Certification,” McPathee and Johnson, along with other Physical Therapy Professional Standards (PTPS) members, wrote that they had been “working to promote and support PTPS standards and standards-based certification.”

McPeat and Johnson told Psychology Today in 2015 that, “[PTPS] has been a key factor in the recent rise in physical therapy professionals and the associated increases in our professional ranks.”

The physical therapists are also outspoken in opposing the physical instructors’ certification, writing in their 2016 article that, “”PTPS and the certification process is an attempt to create a ‘one size fits all’ certification system.

As physical therapists, we have no choice but to adopt a different system for physical education.

It is unacceptable for a certified physical therapist to be required to be trained by someone who is not a PTPS member.

If a physical therapist does not meet the physical instructor standards, then that physical therapist is no longer a PTPA member.

“McPray, who was recently named as the first recipient of the 2017 Distinguished Doctor of Chiropractic Award, was an outspoken opponent of the PTPS certification standards when he was a student.

In addition to McPheed and Johnson and McPatches father, McParry has also been outspoken about the physical teachers certification standards in recent years. “

Our kids have been lied to by the PTPA and now PTPS,” he said.

In addition to McPheed and Johnson and McPatches father, McParry has also been outspoken about the physical teachers certification standards in recent years.

In the 2015 Psychology News article titled, “The Truth About Physical Therapy: A Dad and His Son” by McParries father, Dr. Mark McParrier, McPartney told Psychology News that he had recently contacted the PTAs Physical Therapists Association (PTASA) to express his concerns about the certification standards and the program that he said were “disappointing and unprofessional.”

“My concern was not about the standards themselves,” McPartneys father said.

He noted that, at the time,