Why Become Accredited?2017-10-31T15:48:39-04:00

Benefits and Steps to EFT Accreditation:

Why Become Certified and Accredited in EFT?

  1. Certification is the procedure by which a experienced trainer gives written assurance that a student has been trained to specified requirements
  2. Accreditation is a formal recognition by an Association (who has authority in its field of training) that confirms specific quality standards have been met and there is an adherence to regulations and policies

What are the Benefits?

  1. A hallmark of a commitment to professional excellence
  2. A declaration and demonstration of high quality standards of training and practice
  3. Demonstrates a commitment to continuous professional development and adherence to codes of conduct
  4. Accredited courses are more likely to produce practitioners of a high caliber
  5. Accredited courses are more likely to be recognized by employers
  6. A provider of accredited courses is more likely to be in business for the long term, to provide students and practitioners with ongoing support
  7. In the event of government regulation, qualifications gained by completing an accredited course are more likely to be recognized
  8. Receive a Certificate of Accreditation to recognize your achievement which is reviewed every three years by AAMET’s Accreditation Panel
  9. Accredited in Malta (by the National Council for Further & Higher Education)
  10. Recognized in Europe & the U.K. by the European Qualifications Framework (EQF)

Detailed Steps To EFT Accreditation


  1. Complete AAMET EFT Training both Levels 1 & 2. You should have received an attendance certificate at the end of your training
  2. Review the example of a well written case history, AAMET’s Case Study Guidance Manual and Susan’s EFT Case Study Guidelines Document creating detailed notes as per example
  3. Practice your Personal Peace Procedure for at least 6-8 months and clear up the majority of the pain of your past even if you have received psychotherapy in the past.
  4. Choose at least 20 volunteers for case history sessions
  5. Deliver 50 EFT sessions to these volunteers
  6. Choose two of these volunteers creating detailed notes of at least 4 sessions
  7. Write up the first two case histories and submit to Susan for assessment
  8. Register for  THE POWER OF EIGHT webinar series for EFT students with Susan and email her your first two case histories for review
  9. Review first two case histories with Susan
  10. Ensure that you have blocked off all 8 webinar sessions in your day-timer
  11. Set up and confirm sessions for your last 2 volunteers during the 8 weeks of your webinar series
  12. Be sure you have followed instructions for being able to join the webinar series on Zoom.us and that your system works as per instructions you received when registering
  13. Confirm that you have joined and have been accepted into the private Facebook group for your POWER OF EIGHT series
  14. Enjoy the Webinars and Private Facebook Group
  15. Book two private sessions via video conference or in person with Susan from her online scheduler
  16. Attend all eight webinars live
  17. Write your online exam with AAMET and update your membership status once passed
  18. Be sure to buy malpractice insurance and agree to both AAMET’s Codes of Conduct and Ethics and the CPD (Continuing Professional Development) requirements
  19. Receive your practitioner certificate and logo from AAMET
  20. Add your AAMET logo to your website and printed materials
  21. Set up your practitioner profile on AAMET’s website and become familiar with their website