Newsletter Sign-up

Keep in touch with what's happening in the world of Energy Therapy, including events, groups and training, as well as ideas and case studies.

Please enter your email address below.

Subscribe Unsubscribe

For dynamic therapy & coaching sessions and fully accredited training courses - Call us on: 020 8371 8202

EFT Supervision and Mentoring

Supervision and mentoring is an important part of Continual Professional Development (CPD) and there are specific AAMET guidelines in this regard for all EFT Practitioners and students.

As an AAMET Accredited Certified EFT Master Trainer, I am pleased to support Level 2 and 3 EFT practitioners and students - whether or not you have trained with me - through on-going EFT supervision and mentoring.

Whether working with me individually or in a group setting, my aim will be to act as a supportive guide for your learning, reflection and development. Working in a group environment will enable you to share your experiences with others and benefit from their input to help you to reflect on your own client work. Individual sessions might be preferred if you have high client load and/ or you wish to discuss a particular case in a deeper way.

I offer:

 * Group sizes are limited to 8 participants

 

Group Supervision mornings in north London (maximum 8 participants)

Available dates -  

2017: Friday mornings - 15 December (fully booked)

2018: Friday mornings - 23rd February, 20th April, 15th June, 14th September, 9th November

* Further dates will be added should scheduled groups become over subscribed

 

Times: 10.00am - 1.00pm

Fee: £60 (If paying by Paypal, please also send me an telling which date you are booking)

Venue: Finchley Central (Northern Line tube station)

EFT Supervision and mentoring sessions within a group environment provides support and the opportunity for learning from fellow practitioners and students. As you will require a minimum of 6 hours of supervision in order to gain EFT certification and/ or annually once you are qualified, these 3 hour morning sessions will provide you with 50% of the required quota.

During the sessions we will share:

  • Case studies, reflecting on different approaches to improve results
  • Discuss challenging cases
  • Introduce new and creative ways of working
  • Watch demonstrations
  • Discuss latest developments in the field

Back to top

 

Group Skype sessions (maximum 8 participants)

Available dates

2017:  Tuesday 17 October, Monday 11 December ( Both dates fully booked)

2018: Tuesday evenings - 23rd January, 20th March, 22nd May, 10th July, 16th October, 11th December

* Further dates will be added should scheduled groups become over subscribed

 

Times: 7.00 pm (UK time) - call duration minimum one and a half hours

Fee: £25 (payable via on-line banking, Paypal or cheque)

During the calls we will share:

  • Case studies, reflecting on different approaches to improve results
  • Discuss challenging cases
  • Introduce new and creative ways of working

Back to top

 

One-to-one sessions

These sessions are available face-to-face or via Skype, during day times Monday to Friday. One-to-one sessions will be beneficial for you if you would like to discuss a particular case in detail and/ or you have a high case load and would like the closer support. These sessions therefore can focus on both your client work as well as your own needs as a therapist or practitioner.

Please to arrange a date and time.

Fee: £50 per hour

Back to top

 

AAMET Guidelines for CPD and Supervision - Level 2 and Level 3 Practitioners and students

The following CPD and Supervision guidelines apply to all AAMET Accredited and/or Certified Practitioners/ Advanced Practitioners. EFT students who have attended a Level 2 training course will also need to undertake supervision.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

CPD is not meant as extra work or expense, but rather the normal commitment made by conscientious practitioners to develop personally and professionally, and keep up to date with developments in the field. When working with others it is also strongly encouraged for a practitioner/ therapist to work on clearing their own issues, which may otherwise interfere with their client work.

Level 2 and Advanced EFT Practitioners are required to accumulate a minimum of 30 hours CPD per year. Here are some examples of activities that count towards CPD:

Carrying out ANY personal or professional development activity that could reasonably be expected to add to a practitioner's competency, including:

  • Attending or delivering ANY professional training (EFT oriented or otherwise) that could reasonably be expected to add to a practitioner's competency
  • Repeating training and/or preparing for further professional accreditation
  • Writing up and reflecting on the Practitioner’s own case studies and/or theory and philosophy of practice
  • Staying up to date with developments in EFT and/or AAMET
  • Reading relevant books and newsletters
  • Regular use of the Personal Peace Procedure and other forms of personal therapy, with or without the help of others
  • Participating in EFT discussion groups or teleconferences
  • Establishing a practice and/or documenting the integration of EFT into an existing practice

Carrying out ANY activity that furthers the interests of the EFT community and/or AAMET, including:

  • Taking EFT into the community
  • Developing a specific application of EFT (e.g. for sports or business)
  • Translating EFT material into another language
  • Developing a new EFT product/approach with wide application
  • Carrying out and publishing a relevant research project
  • Writing and publishing or contributing to a relevant book, e-book or newsletter
  • Writing up the achievement of a major life ambition with EFT
  • Moderating EFT tapping or discussion groups or teleconferences etc etc

Under these Guidelines, all AAMET Practitioners (which includes Levels 2, 3 and AAMET Master Trainers and Master Trainers of Trainers) are required to commit to and acquire at least 30 hours of CPD per year in order to maintain their listing on the AAMET Practitioner register. In practice, many Practitioners accumulate substantially more than this. The hours should ideally be balanced across several CPD categories, and include a reasonable proportion of relevant professional training (either as attendee or as the Trainer delivering the training) as described above.

All the CPDs gained must be recorded, together with attendance certificates and/or receipts as appropriate, and retained as evidence for at least 5 years in case asked for by the AAMET and/or GRCCT.

Supervision

Under these Guidelines, Practitioners (including Master Trainers and Master Trainers of Trainers) who are seeing clients one-to-one or in groups (or training groups) are required to have an absolute minimum of at least six hours supervision each year, although most professional practising practitioners will want to do more.

The supervision, which can be taken individually or in groups, must be formally recorded, together with any attendance certificates and/or receipts as appropriate, and retained as evidence for at least 5 years in case this may be asked for by the AAMET and/or GRCCT.

Students who are working towards qualification at Level 2 are also required to undertake a minimum of 6 hours supervision before they can qualify as a certified/ Accredited EFT Practitioner.

In line with the importance of practitioner support and development, it is now a requirement for all AAMET-registered practitioners (from Level 2 upwards) to undertake supervision in order to maintain their practitioner status. If this applies to you then you will need a minimum of 6 individual or group supervision hours per year (group size not to exceed 8 participants). If you have a high case load or work with serious issues it would be appropriate to increase the amount of supervision you undertake.

Back to top