Premium Advanced EFT Accreditation Training
About Premium Advanced EFT Accreditation
EBEFT Advanced Accreditation is only available to people who have already been granted EBEFT Accredited Practitioner status (through grandfathering or EBEFT training channels)
In order to attain the Premium Advanced Accreditation status with EBEFT, trainees will be required to:
- Attend a minimum of 49 class hours of advanced trainings consisting of Advanced Practitioner Training (21 class hours) + Specialty and/or Art of Delivery workshops (the remaining 28 class hours)
- Complete 48 Practice Client Sessions
- Complete 2 Practice Client Sessions recorded on video
- Attend 6 individual mentoring sessions to review session notes/videos
- Pass an online exam (multiple choice)
Attendees coming from outside EBEFT training must complete a Clinical EFT Mini Review self-study online course before attending (2-5 hours estimated time to complete). See here for details.
In these Advanced EBEFT trainings, you will learn:
- Review of foundational concepts
- More about the Art of Delivery
- Parts work/Gestalt (Inner Child work)
- How to skilfully use reframes
- Dealing effectively with reversals/secondary gain
- Alternative setup statements
- Skilful questioning
- Session goal setting
- Best practices for when suicidal ideation presents
- Special considerations when working with anger
- Approaching long term/complex mental and physical issues
A Certificate of Completion for professional development needs is issued after each training, and a further Premium Advanced Accreditation Certificate is issued at the completion of the Advanced Accreditation pathway.
Cost of Training
The in-person (or online) training you attend is typically charged at AU$1195 earlybird and AU$1295 fullprice (GST is included in Australia to this, however individual Trainers may adjust this fee based on venue costs and location of training). Some trainings are offered online, and live (not recorded).
* IMPORTANT: As a duty of care to the general public, EBEFT reserves the right to withhold accreditation status in the unlikely event that an individual’s mentors assess the trainee to have demonstrated behaviour that is either directly intolerant, judgemental, or abusive towards any client or that leads them to believe there is a risk of this happening.
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