EFT Practitioner Graduates Support


Congratulations on completing the EFT Foundational & Practitioner Training to become professionally qualified as an EFT Practitioner or for personal development. 

On this page are the resources promised during class like an electronic copy of your manuals, appointment letter examples, plus certification details.


1. Welcome to your EFT Practitioner Graduate Page. Browse through this page and become familiar with the following:

A. EFT Foundational & Practitioner Manual 

B. The Day by Day slides 

D. The Case Study Guidelines 

E. Your Resources with all your links 

2. Log into the Vitality Living College Portal to access your videos on EFT Foundational Training

3. Conduct the personal peace procedure for yourself - write down your 100 negative events and pick at least one to work on before Monday.

4. Join the FB Group EFT Tapping Heals and access videos on releasing negativity, boosting the immune system and the finger holds  for relaxation. 

5. Download the Heal your emotions to heal your life booklet


The EFT Foundational & Practitioner Manual

1. This is the manual to get started with for the EFT Foundational Training 

2. This is the manual for the EFT Practitioner Training 

The Slides From Training - Day by Day

1. Introduction to EFT: Foundations & Origins

2. How to work with Physical Tension

3. How to clear past memories with Tell the Story

4. How to work with addictive cravings

5. Practitioner & Client Relationship

6. How to work with past events with the Movie Technique 

7. How to work gently using Tearless Trauma

8. How to work with Fears & Phobias

9. How to work with Kids, Teenagers & Animals 

10. How to work with Limiting Beliefs

11. How to get creative with EFT, telephone/on-line working & case study requirements 

12. Practice sessions 

EFT Self Practice Worksheets

1. Self Practice Physical Tension

2. Self Practice Tell the Story

3. Self Practice Addictive Cravings

4. Self Practice Movie Technique

5. Self Practice Fears & Phobias

6. Self Practice Limiting Beliefs

7. Self Practice Keyword Technique


The Personal Peace Procedure is a self tapping process to help clear our past negativity and limits to feel joy, happiness and peace. 

1. Write down your top 100 negative events

2. Every day pick one event to tap along with using the Tell the Story Technique.

The Summary of the Tell the Story Steps for the Personal Peace Procedure


Give the old event a name and tap on the name, number, feeling and where in the body 


When the SUD comes down and you are comfortable talking about the story, talk about the story out loud and tap. Alternatively you can write down the story and read it and tap along using continuous tapping.


If you get emotional, stop and tap on the emotion, what happened and how it made you feel, until you feel calm.


If you get emotionally overwhelmed, stop and breathe. Tap under the eye, collar bone and under the arm or hold the 9 Gamut.


Keep talking and tapping till you feel you can calmly talk about what happened


1. Sample Email or WhatsApp message  to send to your friends, family, associates, organizations to let them know about EFT and how it can help relieve stress and how you are seeking case studies and practice sessions. 

2. Once you have someone who wants to be a case study client. Send out an Intake from and case study record consent form.

3. Book a no obligation conversation where you have a conversation about the intake from. The purpose of the conversation is to be aligned as in on the same page about what you client wants and to clarify any expectations and questions. Yo also want to check that they are 10/10 committed to the work as per the intake form. If they are not have a conversation about it and explore if desired outcome needs to be revised so that the commitment is 10/10. 

5. Show up on time for your appointment and conduct the appointment which can last unto 1 hour and 15 minutes

6. Write some brief notes at the end of the sessions to jog your memory when you come to writing up your case studies:

  • The Issue, presenting problem or what the client wants
  • Questions asked 
  • Tapping sequences used
  • Techniques used
  • How did you overcome the challenges?
  • What made you decide to do what when?
  • What did you do well?
  • What can you do better?
  • What would you do differently next time?
  • What are your overall learnings?


In order to become an internationally approved Certified EFT Practitioner you need to:

Submit in one e-mail to your trainer your case studies, answers to the multiple choice test and practice session recording log sheet. You need to submit in one email within 12 months of completing training, the following:

  1. 6 sessions conducted on 2 clients totaling 12 case study sessions, each submitted in this template as per the Case Study Guidelines. (Each session must be up to 1 hour long and no more than 1.5 hours with an Intake Form completed prior to commencing the series of 6 sessions)
  2. 6 case studies on yourself as self-help sessions in this template and Case Study Guidelines. (Each session must be up to 1 hour long and no more than 1.5 hours with an Intake completed prior to commencing sessions).
  3. 50 practice sessions log on a minimum of 20 clients. (Each session must be up to 1 hour long and no more than 1.5 hours with an Intake Form Completed prior to commencing sessions).
  4. 1 one hour video of giving a case study client session 
  5. Submit your multiple choice in this template.
  6. Your  CPD log sheet with details of your Mentoring Supervision hours
  7. Confirmation that you will adhere to the Code of Conduct and Continuing Professional Development Requirements, including 6 hours of Supervision mentoring annually 
  8. For all those who attended training for the first time in August 2020 - 1 page write up about your personal EFT Journey from attending the initial training to submitting you case studies and must include your learnings and reflections from the one to one professional sessions.

Submissions beyond 12 months will require you to re-sit the training and complete an additional 6 hours of Mentoring Supervision.  

Once you email everything, it takes approximately 6-8 weeks to review your submission.

In some cases further work might be needed like re-taking the multiple choice, submitting another video, or writing up another case study or re-writing sections of the case. Those who follow the exact requirements in the case study guidance manual are most successful. 

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Emotional Freedom Techniques (tapping) is clinically proven to lower stress, tension, anxiety, past-trauma to enable health, happiness and vitality.


For EFT Mentoring Supervision before Session 1 

1. New - The code of conduct for VLC Therapy & Coaching Professionals

2. The continuing professional development and mentoring supervision hours (CPDM) requirements.

3. To Fill In - CPD & Supervision record log sheet to filled in before mentoring supervision and to be submitted with your EFT Practitioner case studies and annually to maintain your EFT Practitioner status.

For EFT Mentoring Supervision before Session 2

4. EFT Foundational Training (Level 1) Training Points

5. Fill In - EFT Foundational Training (Level 1) Self Assessment

6. EFT Practitioner Training (Level 2) Training Points 

7. Fill In - EFT Practitioner Training (Level 2) Self Assessment 

For EFT Mentoring Supervision before Session 3

8.  Sample E-mail & WhatsApp template for case studies

9. Updated - The EFT Practitioner  Case Study Guidelines

10. Fill In - EFT Case Study Template 

For EFT Mentoring Supervision before Session 4

11. Browse through all the clinical and scientific information for EFT. 

For EFT Mentoring Supervision before Session 5

12. Browse through the EFT Definition of Terms


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This is a complimentary class open only to our EFT Graduates, every 3rd Saturday of the month, from 4-7pm IST. 


It can be overwhelming to know how to write the case studies, this video explains the tips and techniques to complete your case studies.

How do I write my case studies?

All the information you need to work out how to write your case studies is in the case study guidance manual.  Read the manual in detail. Notably in:

  • Section 1. Preparing a Case Study - Has the broad headings to include in your case study, 1.1 Background Information, 1.2 Description of the Presenting Problem, 1.3 Assessment, 1.4 Intervention, 1.5 Outcome & 1.6 Post session review. I begin by reading the case study from post session review as I am curious to know your learning journey and reflections first. I am not seeking perfection, but want to know what did you learn and what would you do differently. The section that tends to need more detail is the Intervention Section where I am seeking information on what questions did you ask, what techniques did you use, did you keep the client safe and what was your thinking for your approach in the session and how did you overcome challenges. The Intervention section might end up being 1 to 1.5 pages of A4 using Size 12 font size. The other sections need only be a 2-3 sentences long.
  • For more information on what to include in the intervention section, read section 1.1, 2.1 and 2.2 of the case study guidance manual. You will also note in Section 4 there is an example of a model case study. It's written in the first person giving information about what the Practitioner did at each step.
Do I need to describe exactly what happens?

You need to describe enough that the person marking your case studies has a good feel of your understanding of the background, presenting problem, assessment, intervention, outcome and learning with more details in the Intervention section.

The case study must not be a full write of everything that happened, but rather what you did at each stage and how your client responded. The best way to understand how much to write is to read Section 4 in the case study manual which is an example of a case study write up.

What if the session does not work, can I still write it?

Yes you can still write it. I am not looking for an outcome but rather your personal development, observations, learning and insights as a result of the session. Your assessment of what worked and did not work and what you did great and could do better the next time. 

How many can be face to face versus online?

You can do a mix of face to face and online sessions. Considering the current lock down situation you can do online sessions. The only condition being that once awarded Practitioner certification, you will submit at least 2 in person case studies. It is recommended that you do a video online session with a recording instead of just a phone session.

What do I do if the issue changes, can I still write it ?

You can still write if the issues changes. Just check in with your client if they are ok with it and if they want to change the overall focus of the sessions. 

How many sessions can I complete in surrogate tapping?

Surrogate sessions are recommended for practice sessions and not the case study write ups. However, if you have not found a case study client and the only possibility is surrogate sessions then one of the clients can be surrogate working, however the second client must be non-surrogate work. 

How do I remember what happened during the case? As sometimes I am so focused on The case I forget what happened

Here are a some suggestions that might help, as I understand how sometimes you can get so focussed on the session with the client that it might be hard to remember when it comes time to write up the case study. For example, 

  • Ask for permission to record the session using the Disclaimer Form and record it
  • Straight after you finish the session jot some quick notes down in your journal: 1.  What was great?, 2. What could I do better? 3. What did I do? 4. What are my learnings?
  • You can just close your eyes and transport yourself back to your session. Chances are your memory will get triggered and you might remember.

What do I do if the issue changes, can I still write it ?

Surrogate sessions are recommended for practice sessions and not the case study write ups. However, if you have not found a case study client and the only possibility is surrogate sessions then one of the clients can be surrogate working, however the second client must be non-surrogate work. 

Can I record the case study sessions? What permission do I need?

You can record a case study however you need to get a disclaimer signed by the client before recording a session.

If more than a year has passed since attending training, how can I still become a Practitioner?

The rule is that if a year has passed, you need to re-attend training and complete supervision hours separately as well as submit 2 video recordings of one to one case study sessions. What I suggest if you are within 3 years of having completed training send me the 2 videos and attend supervision. If these are satisfactory you might not have to re-attend.

If you completed training 4-5 years ago it is recommended that you re-attend training as the format has changed so much as now it is a 4 day training instead of 3 days.

I get stuck in my own perfectionism and fear and get stuck and do nothing - how do I complete my case studies?

 If you get stuck in to your own perfectionism and fear it is recommended to complete your personal peace procedure and tap on yourself to clear the need for perfectionism and any fear that keeps you stuck. Alternatively you can get a sessions with your buddy or book a professional session with a Practitioner. 

Can I include sessions on myself?

 As per the case study guidelines you can work on yourself. Current guidelines state that there has to be 18 sessions in total so you can have 2 clients with 6 sessions each and the 3rd one can be yourself. Preference is you work with a professional practitioner and write up your experience or do a swap session with your buddy. However the case study must be completely your sessions. You cannot use your buddy’s session as your own.

Why do I have to complete supervision hours?

 If you get stuck in to your own perfectionism and fear it is recommended to complete your personal peace procedure and tap on yourself to clear the need for perfectionism and any fear that keeps you stuck. Alternatively you can get a sessions with your buddy or book a professional session with a Practitioner. 

What if my client is complete in 3 sessions, how do I complete the additional 3 sessions? Do I have to get another client?

On the website I have a sample whatsapp message of how to get a new client for a case study to commit for 6 sessions . So you have to get 2 clients to commit to 6 sessions each. You can include those 3 sessions in your record of case studies and not the actual case studies.

Can I submit the EFT Sessions I completed on myself as a part of the Record of Practice sessions?

The Record of Practice sessions is a record of EFT sessions only given to others. You cannot include your own self- work as a Record

Jin Shin Jhysu Exercises taught during class

Finger holds for Relaxation

During our time together I also shared the finger holds with you. This is based on a Japanese Ancient medicine known as Jin Shin Jhytsu (JSJ).

Hold the fingers one by one and keep breathing noticing yourself coming into stillness and just this moment. Breathe in for 6 and breathe out for 6.

A great way to remember which finger has which emotion is CLEAR Worry FAST. Thumb = Worry (sucking the thumb as a child), F-Fear, A-Anger, S-Sadness & T-Trying Too Hard. Then place the palm on palm to harmonise despondency. Breathe in and out 9 times and hold for 20 minutes to open into the Ocean of Bliss. Repeat daily as part of a self help stress relief and relaxation routine.

For more self help flows, including Main Central and Opposite Fingers and Toes visit - JSJ Touch Therapy


Cross Crawl to balance energy - excellent to overcome learning difficulties and energy imbalances integrating left and right hemisphere


Tap down the back from the neck to the lower back in a downward motion. This is really great for children.


Tap along while paying attention to what is being release and allowed.


EFT Practitioner Case Study Guidelines. On this link you will find all the details of how to complete your EFT Practitioner case studies. 

EFT Foundational Training Outcomes: A summary of all that is taught during EFT Foundational (Level 1) Training.  

EFT Practitioner Training Outcomes: A summary of all that is taught during EFT Foundational (Level 2) Training.  

The Code of Conduct for our alumni, students, practitioner, coaches, ambassadors, facilitators, presenters and trainers. 

EFT Practitioner Mentoring & Supervision Graduate Support. On this link you will find the pre-reading for Mentoring & Supervision and the slides from Mentoring, along with videos and resources for Mentoring.

EFT Resources. On this link you will find many resources from articles on how to use EFT for anger, nervousness, PTSD, limiting beliefs, cravings as well as tapping sequences.  

EFT Definitions. On this link you will find the details of all the EFT terms and their definitions, from Aspects to Tell the Story .

EFT Practitioner Training Portal. On this link you will be able to access your EFT Training Portal for those of you who got the package with the EFT Practitioner Online Training. In case you want access to the portal then be in touch with us.

EFT Clinical Studies. On this link you will find the full list of all the clinical studies. 

Your Senior Practitioners & Mentors

This is the Private Facebook Group only for our EFT Graduates. This is to stay in each with each other, ask for swap sessions and get the latest updates.