The EFT Centre

Supervision Days

Our supervision days are open to everyone from Level 2.  We believe supervision to be a highly important factor in being an effective therapist, and welcome the new AAMET guidelines which stress the importance of supervision and CPD for practitioners from Level 2 on.

We offer regular group supervision days at our north London venue and welcome all Level 2 and 3 EFT Practitioners whether or not you have trained with us. These group sessions are affordable, fun, inspiring and educational. We love the energy of passionate people coming together to share and learn and always take lots from each session ourselves.

 

During these days we will:

  • Share our own latest insights, news and developments with you.

  • Teach a specific topic eg addictions, physical disease, group work.

  • Brainstorm difficult client issues.

  • Work on client or personal issues through role playing.

  • Meet fellow therapists and join the growing EFT Centre community.

 

One of our supervision days will give you 6 hours EFT Centre Supervision Credit (see below for the latest AAMET requirements for Supervision and Continuing Professional Development). We also offer individual one hour supervision sessions for £100 per session (please visit http://www.theeftcentre.com/individualsessions/).

 

Supervision Days:

Monday 9th October 2017

Wednesday 6th December 2017

 

Cost:  £100 

Venue: The Optimum Health Clinic, Bickerton House, 25-27 Bickerton Road, London N19 5JT.

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Supervision, Continuing Professional and Personal Development (CPDs) and what you need to know…

If you are a Certified Practitioner or Advanced Practitioner (and also for AAMET accreditation) you need to accumulate CPDs and, if you are currently seeing clients, take part in Supervision. 

 

Continuing Personal and Professional Development (CPD)

CPD is not intended as extra work or expense, but simply the normal effort made by conscientious practitioners to develop personally and professionally, and keep up to date. In addition, those who work with others are strongly encouraged to work on clearing their own issues, which may otherwise interfere with their efficacy as a practitioner, and to repeat trainings with other trainers, particularly at Level 3, to develop a wide perspective.

You will need to accumulate a minimum of 30 hours CPD per year.

Examples of CPD include (but are not limited to) the hours spent on:

  • 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 or discussion groups or teleconferences etc etc

 


Under these Guidelines, all Certified 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 EFT Centre, the AAMET and/or the GRCCT (The General Regulatory Council for Complementary Therapies).

 

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 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 EFT Centre, the AAMET and/or the GRCCT.

 

 

Note: While EFT seems to have supported remarkable changes in many emotional and physical issues to date, it should not be used instead of appropriate medical care. You should always consult your doctor before using any form of self-treatment.

 

 

The EFT Centre Cancellation Policy:

Please note that Supervision Day bookings are both non-refundable and non-transferable.