Frequently Asked Questions
What will the Emotional Liberation® Facilitator Certification allow me to do?
You’ll be qualified to:
⭐️ Hold trainings, standalone workshops and conduct one-to-one private sessions using the Emotional Liberation® meditations, exercises and concepts.
⭐️ Market those offerings using the Emotional Liberation® name and service mark.
⭐️ Help your clients and students resolve troubling feelings using the Emotional Liberation® method
⭐️ Integrate the Emotional Liberation® tools and methods into your existing practice
Check out the Facilitator In Training Agreement for pricing and more details.
I’ve taken Emotional Liberation before. Does that count?
Yes, provided that you met the minimum attendance requirements and completed the course to Becca’s satisfaction. You cannot miss more than two online sessions or one live weekend; make up work is considered. Email Becca to confirm.
What happens after I complete the application?
Becca will contact you to let you know your application status and invite you to schedule an interview if appropriate.
Can I do this from anywhere in the world?
Yes, it is all connected through the internet. We have so far always worked out the time zone differences and will address that up front.
What will my responsibilities be during training?
Your responsibilities for supporting the Emotional Liberation® Master Series will include presenting course materials, reviewing student homework, guiding participants through the Emotional Liberation process, sharing personal experiences to illustrate Emotional Liberation concepts, and participating in planning meetings.
In addition, you will be working with Becca one-to-one on a monthly basis and participating in weekly FIT calls to learn to coach using the Emotional Liberation® method.
Please refer to the Facilitator In Training Agreement for full details.
What happens if I have to miss a session?
It will happen. Let Becca know as soon as possible to accommodate absences.
Is it possible to become FIT certified without taking the 1st or 3rd years?
Licensed professionals with significant applicable skills and experience may apply and be considered for completing the course with credit for their educational and experiential history.