Levels of Practitioner Certification
Becoming a Certified EFT Practitioner has significantly enhanced my work as a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor. Without completing the certification process under Alina’s Mentorship, I could not effectively nor ethically offer EFT to my clients. EFT certification is a “must have” for any licensed or certified helping professional. Without it, both client and professional are at risk for a less-than-the-best experience and outcome.” Rochel Murnighan, MA, LISAC, Certified EFT Practitioner, Certified Grief Recovery Specialist
Alina and Craig are amazing mentors for me. Their gentle and safe manner gives their mentees a sense of acceptance and a great model to follow.” Jan Foster, Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner
Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner (first level of certification)
EFT Tapping Training Institute Certification as required for AAMET accreditation status
After completing an AAMET Level 2 course, EFT students have the option of pursuing EFT Practitioner Certification. In addition to completion of the Levels 1 and 2 training courses, AAMET requires an intensive mentoring and assessment process for accreditation post-certification. To achieve the level of AAMET Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner, students must successfully complete the following minimum competency requirements:
- Pass the online multiple-choice Practitioner Exam via the AAMET International website. A Practitioner-Candidate (or “Candidate”) must be an AAMET member to access the exam and generally joins as an EFT Student member at this time
- Receive 6 hours mentoring with any AAMET Master Trainer (in the role of Mentor). Mentoring can be conducted in-person, over the phone, via Skype, or via webinar.
- Submit to Trainer / Mentor a minimum of 3 case studies: 2 Written multi-session Client Case Studies (on separate individuals) and 1 Personal Case Study. Case studies must demonstrate competent, professional, and individualized* application of foundational EFT skills acquired during EFT Levels 1 and 2 training and post-training practice and experience. *See 2016 EFT Case Study Guidance Manual for further details
- Provide an in-person OR audio OR video demonstration of an EFT session, and discuss this session with their Mentor.
- Complete a minimum of 50 EFT sessions (or “practice hours”) working with at least 20 different individuals. Each EFT session must be a minimum of 45-minutes in length.
- Complete any additional, discretionary requirements as outlined by the AAMET Master Trainer / Mentor during the certification process (SEE BELOW for requirements for Alina and Craig as mentors). Mentors may require additional client sessions / practice hours, 1-to-1 mentoring meetings or case studies as needed to complete their assessment Once the Candidate has completed all of the requirements and the Mentor is confident that Candidate has met the competencies and standards for Practitioner Level set by AAMET, Mentor will inform the AAMET Membership Secretary that all requirements have been met. The Membership Secretary will then invite the Candidate (via email) to upgrade their membership on AAMET.org from EFT Student to Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner.
- To maintain AAMET Accredited, Certified EFT Practitioner status, members must fulfill annual CPD and post-certification mentoring requirements. CPD (Continuous Professional Development) is 30 hours of EFT-related study (i.e. videos, workshops, books, audio presentations, etc.).
- Post-certification Mentoring is 6 hours annual mentoring (individual or group of 8 or less) with an AAMET Master Trainer / Mentor or Approved Mentor (a Certified, Advanced EFT Practitioner who has been approved by AAMET to offer annual Mentoring).
Mentoring for Certification with Alina Frank or Craig Weiner and and the EFT Tapping Training Institute
Craig Weiner and Alina Frank are currently accepting new mentees desiring certification. They offer a depth of experience as EFT practitioners, trainers, EFT and business mentors. In addition to providing the required 1:1 mentoring sessions, they also provide as a service to their mentees a private online forum for facilitating swap sessions, answering questions and addressing and concerns, as an avenue to continue the development of your EFT skills.
As mentors, beyond the above stated requirements, we additionally require:
- The review and signing of the Tap Your Power, LLC mentoring agreement form with payment of $1200 US.
- Completion of the Tapping out of Trauma training, offered online twice per year in Spring and Fall. Cost: $399
- A minimum of 12 hours of personal tapping work, 6 hours of which must be completed with an approved (by Craig and Alina) certified and accredited EFT practitioner (with approved certified practitioner cost: $510)
- Taking the online Risk Management course, passing the examination and receiving a Certificate of Completion created by Midge Murphy. cost $125
Included within the costs of mentoring are the following:
- Six 1:1 private mentoring hours
- Unlimited email communication
- Review of all 50 submitted session notes
- Review of personal case study, 2 written case studies and video recording of session
- During mentoring, Unlimited Free access to repeating live/Zoom any level 1 and 2 EFT trainings
- Access to Craig and Alina’s feedback and to all resources in a private/secret Facebook group
- Monthly live Zoom training calls (1st Wed of each month 8 am Pacific) and all previously recorded training calls
If you wish for either Alina or Craig to be your mentor, please fill out the contact form below and indicate who you wish to be your mentor or no preference. We require a 30 minute phone call to discuss expectations and to go over our mentoring contract including fees and guidelines.
Advanced Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner (second level of certification)
It is required that you wait one full year between receiving your first and second level of certification. The requirements for advanced certification status include attendance of a level 3 workshop, an online level 3 competency exam, one live session evaluated by your mentoring supervisor, along with one personal case study, and two multiple-session case studies. You will also need to complete 6 one on one mentoring sessions as above with your mentor.
Post Certification Continued AAMET Accreditation for ALL LEVELS of certification: Each year you are required to keep your advanced status active in AAMET by keeping record of 30 hours of continuing professional development (CPD) in the field as well as completing 6 hours with a supervising mentor (can be done with several different mentors) either one on one or in a group with less than 8 other.
Trainer Level Status
We accept a select number of advanced practitioners each year who qualify and are interested in attaining master trainer status. Please click here to fill out a short application so we schedule a video conference to discuss our training trainers program in detail.