2 Day Practitioner Training.

This is for anyone who has completed EFT 1.

The two days will be a combination of teaching and practical work.

At Level 2 we will learn how you can clear any negative patterns that you may be holding. We will also learn how our physical issues have emotional contributors and how to clear them with EFT. We will go into depth on how to apply the technique on trauma, PTSD, pain, serious illness, phobias and addiction.


We also go into the language used with EFT. We learn how to surrogate tap and how to do sessions over the telephone and on Zoom. We will discuss, demonstrate and practice EFT, so that by the end of the 2 days we are feeling confident to work on others.

The 2 Days Include:

- Chasing the pain to deal with emotional and physical problems.

- Working with trauma using approaches such as The Movie Technique and Tearless Trauma Technique.

- Working via Zoom and on the phone.

- Working with groups.

- Advice on how to set up or integrate EFT into your own therapy practice.

- Physical Issues.

- Phobias.

Once you have completed Level 2 you will have done all the necessary training needed by EFTi to apply for

practitioner status. 

EFT International Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner Requirements

To achieve the level of EFTi Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner, students must successfully complete the following minimum competency requirements: 1. Assessment: Pass the Multiple-choice Practitioner Questionnaire via the EFT International website. When completing the training you can join EFT International as a student member, the fee for this is £25. You can then access the multiple- choice questionnaire from the drop down menu. There is no time limit on the multiple choice, you have 3 attempts and can use your notes to remind you. 2. Attend Six Hours of Mentoring/Supervision (either 1 to 1, or in a group of 8 or less)-Supervision provides you with access to support that can help your growth as a practitioner within the profession. It provides support for difficult cases, cases that may affect you and keeps you updated of changes within the profession. It also links you with other EFTers for support and practice. EFT International requires that you attend six hours supervision before becoming a practitioner and the mentoring can be conducted in-person, over the phone, via Skype, or via webinar. 3. Submit a minimum of 4 Case Studies - 3 Client Case Studies (on separate individuals) and 1 Personal Case Study. Case studies must demonstrate competent, professional, and individualised 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 4. Complete a minimum of Fifty EFT Practice Sessions - Working with at least 20 different individuals. Each EFT session must be a minimum of 45-minutes in length. Sessions can be done in person on the phone or internet. You can exchange sessions with trainees from the course. You can also work with family and friends. Once you have completed all of the requirements and the Supervising Mentor is confident that you have met the competencies and standards for Practitioner Level set by EFTi, Mentor will inform the EFTi Membership Secretary that all requirements have been met. The Membership Secretary will then invite you (via email) to upgrade their membership on eftinternational.org from EFT Student to Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner.

To maintain EFTi Accredited, Certified EFT Practitioner status, members must fulfill annual CPD and supervision/mentoring requirements. CPD (Continuous Professional Development) is 30 hours of EFT-related study (i.e. videos, workshops, books, audio presentations, etc.). Supervision/Mentoring is 6 hours annual mentoring (individual or group of 8 or less) with an EFTi Master Trainer / Supervising Mentor or Approved Supervisor (a Certified, Advanced EFT Practitioner who has been approved by EFTi to offer annual Supervision / Mentoring).