Part of the upkeep of your AAMET Practitioner status is having 6-hrs supervision per year, and it’s an important part of staying actively involved. Whether you’re newly qualifying as an AAMET Practitioner, or taking the opportunity of staying connected with like-minded folk, this course promises to deliver.
The EFT Supervision gave me an opportunity to explore my practice, ask questions to deepen my understanding and get more ideas of working with clients.
As part of your AAMET Practitioner requirements you need to complete:
- 6-hrs of Supervision prior to qualifying for the new Accreditation system
- And 6-hrs ongoing every year with an AAMET certified / accredited trainer / supervisor
Whether you’re working through your case studies, you’re newly qualified and still finding your feet, or you’ve been there, done that and got the t-shirt, this allows you to explore all the outstanding questions and threads that need answers. Everyone’s input is required.
This is an opportunity to go deeper and co-support as a small group, which allows new insights in how you help take your clients through the work that results in them making deep shifts that they hadn’t even known they needed, but is what clients come to expect from their EFT sessions.
I really enjoyed these EFT group supervision sessions lead by Jane, she provided us with a clear structure to work through, but also gave us the space to deal with what came up during the conversations and discussions.
What It Covers
It allows you a chance to get another perspective, and ask anything no matter how newbie or awkward it feels. In pursuit of becoming the best quality of practitioner you can ever be, this helps your self-development as you continue to support others in theirs. You’ll explore:
- The 5-minute wonder myths
- Peeling back the onion
- Getting to the crux of the issue quicker
- Using your intuition
- Allowing you to get out of the clients way
- Getting your clients out of their own way
- Using clean language
- Helping your clients become more consciously aware
- Identifying how to approach the elephant in the room
- Ensuring your quality of EFT isn’t just another coaching tool
- Getting all your questions answered
- Improving active listening skills
- Getting into the full flow of a client session without a safety net
- Panning for gold, as you help client’s let go of the old
Jane stretches your thinking with subtle questions that steered me in the right direction to find and explore my own answers. She’s generous with her experience and her love of EFT inspired me to become a great EFT practitioner, working not only with clients but on myself too. I would definitely recommend working with Jane.
6-Hours Of EFT Group Supervision
This course runs in the following manner:
- Takes place over 4-sessions
- Each session lasts for 1½ hours
- They run fortnightly
- They’re interactive
- In accordance with AAMET guidelines numbers are restricted to 8 per course
- Enabling you to progress your own personal work
- Bring a current case
- Suitable for all levels
- Working in pairs
- The course follows a dedicated topic at each session