If you wish to use EFT professionally, you can gain an “AAMET-accredited EFT Practitioner”
qualification by attending an AAMET Level 1 and Level 2 workshop, and have completed
case studies. Click here for details of the Association for the Advancement of Meridian
It is also important your trainer feels happy with your skill and confidence in facilitating
EFT sessions and this assessment is normally done informally whilst attending the
Level 2 workshop.
If you wish to become an EFT practitioner, your trainer needs to be notified of your
intention in advance of the Level 2 workshop so you can be supported to ensure your
skills are developed appropriately. Perfection isn’t required, as for all new practitioners
the real skill develops after attaining the accreditation, however a degree of confidence
and understanding is needed. Working with people with their personal problems needs
a high degree of respect and developed listening skills. If your trainer feels it
appropriate you may be asked to spend some weeks practising and return to a future
course for re-assessment.
The following describe other important information regarding becoming an EFT practitioner.
- You will need to complete 5 case studies after the workshop and these need to be
submitted for assessment. You may need to complete additional case studies if the
trainer feels more practice is needed.
- You will need to have completed 6 hours mentoring / supervision after the Level 2
- You will need to pass a multiple choice AAMET online exam. The price as of June 2013
- Before you receive your final EFT Certificate, you will need to have completed 20
additional logged EFT sessions with family / friends. These can be started as soon
as you have completed the Level 1 workshop. and need to be done on at least 10 different
individuals). These should ideally be logged to ensure they have been done - it
is not necessary to write them up. This is important as everyone is unique and responds
differently to the EFT process and this experience is vital to develop confidence
in EFT in the role of practitioner.
- There is an additional £50 charge for would-be practitioners to cover the cost of
case study review and 6 months follow-on support with EFT sessions being run.
- Once having EFT Practitioner accreditation you can gain practitioner membership of
the AAMET and have a practitioner listing. You will also need to attain CPD units
each year (Continuing Professional Development) to remain a member and have 12 hours
group mentoring or 6 hours one-to-one.