How to become a certified practitioner….

If you have attended the six basic seminars of the resonance repatterning process you may want to consider becoming a certified practitioner. We live in a world of credentials and to build a professional practice the certification from the RPA is an accomplishment you can be proud of. People often speak of the journey being more meaningful than the destination. Your journey began with empowering yourself and continued through learning about the five elements and meridian system. The next step is to be observed giving sessions to receive feedback on your technique, personal coherence and relationship skills. The students I have observed have shared that the experience of being observed and receiving supportive feedback was invaluable( although a little scarey!). They were all happy with their decision to “go for it”. At this time only teachers are observers. We bring our many years of experience to this process and offer you valuable insights to deepen and strengthen your practitioner skills and your personal growth as well.

If you would like to become certified here are the steps:

1. Complete all six basic seminars in the resonance repatterning process. Make sure your teacher signs and dates each class you attend on your sheet.

2. Go to the RPA website and become a Student Practitoner member of the association and pay your membership fee.

3. Declare that you would like to become certified and receive your PDF of instructions.

Your RPA Student practitioner membership will include an opportunity to list your services on the web, a monthly support call (starting  Jan/14), a hot-line for questions  and more.

4. Upon completion of the basic six seminars and declaring that you want to become certified at the RPA (by joining the program) start keeping a record of all sessions you give yourself and others; whether in person, on the phone, or video conferencing. Check off the list of requirements as you complete each one.

5. About 1/3 of the way along it is good to be observed. That way we can support you and make sure your sessions are reflective of the process. This can be done in person or online with a designated observer.

6. Integrate your feedback and continue with your sessions. Notice how your sessions have changed and hopefully improved as you begin to refine your technique.

7. Schedule your second observation when you have about 2/3 of the requirements completed.

8. Integrate this new feedback into your resonance repatterning sessions. Notice how you feel each time you do a session. Are you more confident? Are you more aware of the client and their energy? Are you excited about the changes you and your clients are experiencing?

9. Schedule your final observation once you have completed all the requirements. You may need additional sessions with an observer since many aspects of the process need to be demonstrated. You may need extra sessions to make sure everything is covered.

10. Your designated observer will fill out all forms, review your session notes and make sure all the T’s are crossed and the I’s dotted. You send the paperwork into the certification team at the RPA who review and make the final determination.

Most students take about a year to complete the process& some need more time if they don’t have an active practice. It takes as long as it takes. It is the journey that really matters. How it affects you as a person AND the piece of paper stating that I AM A CERTIFIED PRACTITIONER is a nice addition to your wall!

I invite those of you who have become certified to share your certification journey with me to encourage your fellow students to go for it.


About Carolyn Winter, Holographic Coach

Energy Healer & life coach, with unique online long distance applications providing tools to navigate your holographic universe. Currently partnering with Resonance Repatterning teacher Ardis Ozborn to bring the training seminars online in a live video conferencing format. My passion is quilting.
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