Become a Certified Practitioner

Definition of a Practitioner

A practitioner of the Wonder Method is someone who has chosen to do energy-healing work in this modality.  While not required, it is assumed that the practitioner is committed to the Processing of their own feelings as well.

Requirements to become a Practitioner

In order to become a practitioner you must have taken a Wonder Method class twice (a level 1 and a level 2 qualify as well) or have done sufficient private sessions with an approved Instructor or Coach to equate to 2 courses. While the amount of time required to understand the course work is somewhat individual, on an average that would mean 6-8 hours of one-on-one instruction, or until the Coach/Instructor feels understanding has been reached. Also, the practitioner must submit a written record documenting 60 individual sessions with clients (with documented feedback, a session is a least 15 minutes long). A practitioner must also agree to the code of ethics and pay an annual fee of $100 to maintain their listing on The Wonder Method website. The practitioner must have their abilities evaluated once every 3 years in order maintain their certification. The cost for this is $30 dollars (usually a 15 minute private evaluation) and must be done through either a Coach or an Instructor. The practitioner can also simply choose to repeat a course in the Wonder Method to refresh their certification.

Download Become a Practitioner in PDF format.
Download the Practitioner Code of Ethics in PDF format

Also see: Become a Coach, Become an Instructor

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I liked everything, all the people, the teaching… having a manual to follow, clear instructions, gentle guidance, music, the hands on learning, the laughs and pictures and sharing… and the energy of the group… It was a very enjoyable class… It was wonderful having such step by step guidance to learn the process. Thank you, Namaste! –T.S.