Preparing for Your Practicum

You’ve arrived!

You are nearing the end of Evolving the Etheric Body. You’ve completed a significant body of work. And it’s time to show us your stuff! We’re looking forward to reviewing your work and to signing off your practicum.

There are several pieces to the Practicum, so be sure to download the Practicum Checklist from this page to be sure that you complete each aspect of the work required.

Practicum Requirements:

Treatment Strategies pdfs: 2 strategies based on two different practice client cases. Include: the presenting issues (Astral & Etheric), the intention, the tablework skills you’ll apply, what you’re ‘saying hello’ to, including people, patterns, behaviors, themes, etc., and which chakras are involved. Instead of using people’s names, use their roles, i.e., mother, sibling, cousin, friend, neighbor, boss. Include the Treatment Strategy for both Astral and Etheric work with the clients.

Sessions Log PDF: using the Session Log Template provided, document your 30 hours of client cases.

    • Per the Program Completion & Energetic Assessment Eligibility page, you need to complete the following sessions:
      • In person sessions — 4 clients, 6 sessions each, total 24 hours of session time
      • Remote sessions — 2 clients, 3 sessions each, total 6 hours of session time
    • A minimum of 5 sessions/client must be completed to be considered for the Practicum. Any fewer hours will cause the Practicum to be rejected, and those clients with less than 5 hours will not be included in the 30 session hour requirement for Program Completion.

Your Brightest, Shiniest Client PDF: Show us your very best in-person client series. The Case Intake, Intention, Treatment Strategy, Session Notes and the skills you taught for the client’s ongoing evolution. The case should be presented in the order of sessions so we can see how the case unfolded. The Brightest, Shiniest Client will be reviewed by Jill with feedback coming from her directly on this case. We think you’ll learn a lot from Jill’s review of your client case.

Client Sessions Video MP4: Two complete sessions, ideally with a new client. Both must be in-person sessions. One session should be an integrated Astral/Etheric session. The second session must be an Etheric Chelation. Demonstrate your Case Intake, Tablework and if it feels appropriate, any skills that you want to teach the client based on the case. To be accepted, the video must show the entire massage table. Wherever possible, you’ll be on the far side of the table from the video camera so we can watch your work, though we understand that we will not be able to see an Etheric Chelation in its entirety if the camera angle cannot be managed to show your work from the head or foot of the table. Your Case Intake needs to be conducted near the video camera, whether it’s on your phone, tablet or computer, or an actual video camera. We don’t need to SEE the intake, we need to HEAR the intake.

Assignment Delivery:

  • All assignments should be delivered at once, not in stages. We will not begin review of an incomplete Practicum submission. Rather, you will be notified that your Practicum is rejected without review because it is incomplete.
  • All PDFs and MP3 audios are to be uploaded directly to the Assignment page in the program.
  • The MP4 video should be uploaded to VIMEO.com (you can set up a free account), and the LINK to the video should be shared in an email to [email protected]ginstitute.org, along with your first and last name in the body of the email.

Assignment Review:

EHI has Practitioner-Instructors who are trained to review all  assignments and the Practicum materials for the Etheric Program. They will review the majority of the work, with Jill overseeing activities and participating in a collective review process. Jill will review your two brightest, shiniest client cases and deliver feedback through the document itself. Reviews are completed within 5 business days of a complete Tablework Practicum submission.

Next steps:

Review the Treatment Strategies requirements for the Practicum.

 

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