training & accreditation
Every Esoteric Women’s Health practitioner undergoes comprehensive training and commits to an annual assessment and accreditation in order to practice as part of the Esoteric Women's Health team.
The extensive assessment and accreditation process is overseen by the Esoteric Practitioners Association (EPA)*, which administers the EPA* Code of Ethics and Conduct that every Esoteric Women's Health (EWH) practitioner and presenter signs onto as committing to abide and live by, as well as adhering in-full to local council, state and national regulatory requirements.
When a woman puts herself forth for accreditation as an EWH Practitioner she asserts the fact that she has already made a commitment to a consistent way of living, not only in the clinic room, but in every area of her life beyond the clinic room. This commitment is to the best of one's ability with no drive for perfection, however it is in full awareness that how she, as the practitioner lives in honour of herself as a woman governs the degree to which she can support a client to reclaim this within herself.
The EWH practitioner understands that if she is to support a woman to re-establish a relationship with herself in order that she may see that caring and nurturing herself is the most significantly supportive thing she can do, not just for herself but for others wellbeing, then the practitioner must be living in true self care and self nurturing of herself – anything less would be 'talking the talk', but not - walking the talk.
A commitment to 'walking the talk' cannot be made merely to meet the requirements of the professional association, but arises long before the point of accreditation as an expression of the integrity of a true EWH candidate, who lives aware of the responsibility she has with regards to the impact of the way she lives on others. Thus the commitment to live to the standards of all encompassing energetic responsibility and integrity required of an EWH practitioner is a very personal one and has proven a joy to make for the women who do dedicate themselves in this way, observing and appreciating the direct relationship between their own ever-evolving expansion in their own health and wellbeing and the inspiration this brings to the women they work with and treat.
Accreditation by the EPA* is for a period of one year, and a strict re-assessment is required each year in order for accreditation to be renewed. Assessment is not just of the techniques performed in the modalities themselves, but of the quality which the practitioner lives in her own life, which therefore is the quality she offers to all others in her practice.
*The EPA is a branch of Universal Medicine. It was instigated by Universal Medicine to monitor and accredit the modalities that were founded by Universal Medicine.
To read a copy of the EPA Code of Ethics & Conduct, please do so by following the links on the EPA Website