Certified EDINA Practitioners
World-wide, there are many Basic EDINA Practitioners, those listed below decided to become Certified.
EDINA ADVANCEMENT EXPLAINED:
After taking Basic EDINA, the next step is to take Advanced EDINA Module One. At the end of that class, there is a test. After successfully taking the test, and completing at least 30 sessions, one may become a Certified EDINA Practitioner and listed here on the site. Many take the advanced courses and use EDINA in their work, from medical doctors to psychotherapists to massage therapists, but do not decide to be listed here. Many others take the advanced courses and work by referrals only, so are not listed below.
The next step in EDINA advancement would be to take Advanced EDINA Module One and then apply to become a Certified Instructor, and begin to initiate others into Basic EDINA as an EDINA professional. This means you may charge for teaching the classes. Or you may opt to take Advanced EDINA Module Two and become a Certified Advanced EDINA Practitioner after taking an exam over the materials.
To teach the Advanced courses, one would first become a Certified Instructor. The next step is to initiate 150 people into Basic EDINA after becoming a Certified Instructor. At some point during initiating 150 people, it is necessary to take Module Two as well. When both of these are completed, one may apply to teach the advanced classes.
If interested in this process, email the founder, Lois J Wetzel. See email below.
Founder of EDINA
Lois J. Wetzel
Byron Bay, New South Wales
Bonogin, Gold Coast
Rev. Robert Richer
UNITED STATES of AMERICA
(Listings are alphabetical by STATE)
Angel Mae Collins
Wood Dale, Illinois
Garden City (Long Island), New York
Harriette S. McDonough, LSMSW, DCEP
Three Arms Energy Balancing
Raleigh, North Carolina
Carol Wade Schacherl
Se habla Espanol.
Terry Lee Wilson
Lake Jackson, Texas