EFT trainer Alina Frank has been teaching EFT and training students internationally since 2005. Since 2008 Alina has co-facilitated trainings with her husband and brain research aficionado Dr. Craig Weiner. Alina focuses on demonstrating the techniques that have made her the top in the field in her private practice while Dr. Craig explains the science-based dynamics that happen from a mind-body perspective. Together they have provided training excellence to thousands of students and mentees. They offer CEUs for their courses to several professions (see below) but their emphasis is on teaching everyone how to master the art of delivering effective EFT sessions. From the professional working with clients to the layperson looking for self-application, everyone walks away having the skills to succeed with this extraordinary healing modality. Outstanding 5 star reviews from their workshops may be found on Yelp, Tapping International, GooglePlaces, LinkedIn, and EFTUniverse.
Repeat Students that trained with me have an opportunity to come to any training for $50 per day as space permits. It’s a fabulous way to ground your knowledge and practice your skills.
All upcoming trainings are listed here including Whidbey Island near Seattle, Palm Desert and South Florida.
Alina has been teaching and mentoring practitioners since 2005 and is currently certified as a trainer through both EFT Universe, Alternative Healthcare Providers, and Matrix Reimprinting. For a complete calendar of events, talks, demos, and workshops please subscribe to the newsletter.
Email Alina if you are interested in bringing EFT to your group.
Cancellation Policy for all workshops is as follows:
Complete refund minus $50 administration fee is given up to 3 weeks before workshop is scheduled to begin. If cancellation occurs for any reason in the three weeks leading up to the workshop student may apply tuition to any future workshop.
For massage therapists and body workers we offer 12 hours per workshop through the NCBTMB
For Naturopathic Physicians in the State of Washington, our assessment of the coursework offered appears to meet the criteria for continuing education hours as set forth in the Washington WAC 246-83 and RCW 18.36A.040 under the categories of physical modalities and suggestion.
For Naturopathic Physicians in the State of Oregon, our assessment of the coursework provided appears to meet the criteria for continuing education hours as set forth in the Oregon Administrative Rules in Division 40 3850-040-0210
For Nurses in the State of Washington: Acceptance of CEs for continuing education obtained through this course is appropriate for continuing competency as set forth by nursing commission WAS 246-840-202(4)
For Washington Mental Health Counselors LMHC, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, LMFT or Licensed Social Workers, LSW, the Washington Department of Health does not review, approve or deny any specific continuing education courses, however we have found this course material to meet the requirements as appropriate for continuing coursework as relevant to and “contributes to the advancement, extension and enhancement of the professional competence of the therapist/counselor and social worker.” as per WAC 246-809-610(2a)
For Oregon Licensed Professional Counselors(LPC) and Therapists (LMFT); CEs are offered for this course with certificate of completion that are provided in alignment with the requirements of a webinar based educational program that falls within the category of techniques that may be employed within the context of “the helping relationship, group dynamics and lifestyle development” as provided by a private entity that holds professional certification, as per the requirements of the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists.
Teachers/Educators in the State of Washington may be eligible for Washington clock hours
Teachers/Educators in the State of Oregon may be eligible for PDUs (Professional Development Units). Please check withy your district human resources to be assured of the acceptability of Washington Clock hours or Oregon PDUs.
While it is our determination that continuing education hours are appropriate for the above named professions within the states as listed, it is still the responsibility of each student to verify the appropriate application of this course work within their individual profession as set forth by their state’s licensing requirements with regards to approved continuing education requirements.