EFT International Supervision and Mentoring
Under EFT International regulations all EFT practitioners have to have a minimum six hours of supervision per annum by an approved supervisor.
I offer EFT International approved supervision services, whether in person or via Skype anywhere in the world.
The cost is NZ$125, or NZ$130 if paying via PayPal. For overseas practitioners a Paypal invoice is sent which converts the payment into your currency and makes it easy to pay.
I am very pleased to have Karen as my EFT International Supervisor. Karen is so knowledgeable and shares information and feedback in a very warm and caring way. I really enjoyed our skype sessions as I carried out my case studies to become an EFT Practitioner. I found Karen’s practical guidance, advice and real-life experience really helpful both in terms of how to conduct sessions to help clients easily and safely make a change or shift, and where to go in future sessions, particularly highlighting possible core issues. I got a lot out of the sessions and I recommend Karen very highly to anyone looking for an EFT International-accredited supervisor for case study work and continuing professional development
Contact me for further informationIn the mentoring sessions, I have space to ask questions to improve my practitioner skills and not remain stuck with a challenging issue that may arise with a client. Karen is generous with her years of experience and gained knowledge, suggesting a variety of approaches and resources for different client struggles. We also discussed marketing approaches and how to introduce EFT to challenging audiences. Karen has been my mentor for a few years now and I now recall her clear and practical guidance whenever I can’t immediately see a way towards breakthrough during a client session. Recalling her guidance and inspired by her compassionate assertiveness, I can find the courage to ask a bold question or challenge the client to go deeper. This year, I have noticed I am more assertive as a practitioner, by prioritising session preparation, in confidently introducing what EFT is to prospective clients and being more succinct in my verbal descriptions of what we are about to do in the session. The responsibility a practitioner takes on the role of supporting people in their lives with very personal struggles can feel very big, albeit rewarding. Having a knowledgeable and responsive mentor to talk to is invaluable to my growth as a practitioner .
Plus but not limited to: stress, relationship issues, panic attacks, PTSD, trauma, weight loss, eating disorders, OCD, anger, guilt, resentment, grief.