Are you interested in learning nuanced ways of applying EFT? Or would you like to become more confident in your EFT practice? An individualized program of guidance and support from an experienced professional can be just what is needed to take your practice to the next level.
My mentoring style is to meet you (or your group) exactly where you are and help you get the most out of your interaction with me. I love mentoring tapping professionals, and I look forward to assisting you.
EFT Tapping Group Mentoring Calls
I offer two kinds of group mentoring calls - those for students who have recently completed L1/L2, and certified EFT practitioners looking to fulfill annual mentoring requirements. Group mentoring calls can be an affordable way to connect with other tapping professionals, share stories and challenges, and gain valuable insights.
If a group mentoring class like what you're looking for, reach out via email at email@example.com. I send dates for these out via email to my students, former students and fellow Accredited, Certified professionals. Fees for group mentoring: $59 per class. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on upcoming classes.
Once we've talked (or emailed) and agreed about a plan for mentoring, payment steps are available below:
1-to-1 EFT Tapping Mentoring Calls
If individualized attention, encouragement and insight sounds like what you are looking for, I offer 1-to-1 mentoring for EFT students seeking help, professionals wanting to go the extra mile for their clients, or practitioners seeking to fulfill annual mentoring requirements. If a 1-to-1 call sounds like what you need, get in touch. Whether it's regarding concerns about particular clients or specific tapping approaches, 1-to-1 mentoring will get you covered.
Fees for 1-to-1 mentoring: 1 60-minute mentoring session is $150 and a package of 3 60-minute sessions is also available for $405.
My Mentoring Story
These days, I receive mentoring as part of my requirement to remain an Accredited, Certified Master Trainer with EFT International (EFTi). However, when I was working towards becoming an EFT practitioner in 2005, it was a very different time: There was no facebook, and it took a while before I met anyone else who knew about EFT, much less practiced it with any degree of authority. Thankfully, over the next couple of years, I had the presence of mind to ask seek assistance – first from a colleague and friend who was in a related healing art.
Heather (a Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner) and I spent many hours talking about our work together, and even though my friend was not an EFT professional, being able to discuss, share and process the many challenges in my practice was priceless. During this time, she also turned me on to a very special book that was an indispensable resource for me: "The Educated Heart" by Nina McIntosh, a book about good boundaries for body workers.
Knowing I needed someone with experience in my field, I attended several EFT conferences, and the next year I connected with someone I met at one of them – an EFT Master Practitioner by the name of Sophia Cayer. I knew I could benefit from someone experienced who could help me build my confidence and skill, and Sophia was just such a teacher.
During my year as an apprentice with her, she demonstrated and encouraged a disciplined, trusting "go with the flow" approach to EFT - one that I still draw upon to this day. I also learned what it was like to do EFT full-time, from someone who walked the walk.
That was almost 13 years ago. And now, even though I'm pretty experienced with tapping at this point, I still seek out mentoring from other MTOTs (Master Trainers of Trainers) who are advanced practitioners in my field. We all need guidance and support from our colleagues, even those of us with a sizable amount of experience. You're never too experienced to self-reflect, learn new approaches/perspectives and keep your skills at a high level.