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Friday
29
JUN

AAMET EFT Level 2 Workshop - June 29-30 (14 hour CE)

09:00
17:00
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Level 2 EFT Practitioner Workshop
(14 hours professional CEUs available for nurses, social workers and psychologists)
Emotional Freedom Techniques (also known as EFT or “tapping”) is a simple, yet powerful therapy that provides rapid and lasting relief for a wide range of stresses including physical discomfort, emotional distress, negative thoughts and behaviors that may interfere with health, life, career and relationships. In this interactive workshop, you will experience this revolutionary process, validated by over 60 clinical studies, meets the critera for evidence-based therapy set by the American Psychological Association.

Level 2 is a two-day course designed for individuals seeking to deepen their practitioner skills using Gold Standard EFT. This course is a prerequisite for further training and required for practitioner certification. Level 2 course teaches EFT using the AAMET Accredited Level 2 syllabus.

PLUS: All participants will receive 8 week recorded PRO-call webinar series including additional material, Q&A and partner pair practice support to ensure deeper learning.

Who should attend Level 2?

Life and health coaches wanting to add an effective process to your professional expertise
Therapists wishing to integrate EFT into their existing practice
Physicians, nurses, chiropractors, massage therapists, physical therapists or caregivers seeking effective tools to compliment client care
Teachers and School staff looking for innovative classroom skills
Clergy and Staff who minister to grieving, ill or traumatized congregants

Professionals seeking AAMET EFT Practitioner Certification:
This training provides basic principles as well as experience using this on a variety of common challenges. A basic overview of the peer-reviewed research will be provided, drawing from the fields of interpersonal neurobiology, neuroplasticity models and the field of epigenetics.