Mentoring gives practitioners and student practitioners the chance to discuss cases and to ask for more information about any technique they are unsure about, to offload concerns, to explore their own feelings,  to learn from one anothers’ mistakes  or to savour with their their mentor or peer mentoring group when things go really well.

It is a way to be the best therapist you can.

But above all, it is a place to find support and take out the best insurance you can against burn-out or compassion fatigue.

EFT International practitioner trainees who want to be EFTi accredited have to do compulsory mentoring after their course before they are given certification.

Practitioners who want to maintain their EFTi membership sign an agreement to do on-going mentoring every year as part of their continuing professional development.

I am delighted to mentor EFT practitioners who did not train with me as well as those who did.  However I do not have any spare mentoring capacity at the moment.  To find an EFTi approved mentor go to their website