About AAMET International

AAMET International is a unique, not-for-profit global association of dedicated EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) practitioners, trainers and students. We hold our members to the highest standards of EFT practice, and all must engage in annual professional development activities, undergo supervision and mentoring, and uphold a comprehensive code of conduct and ethics. The AAMET website is a hub of EFT information, events, and scholarly work, including the latest scientific research, a growing archive of EFT articles and perspectives, and a comprehensive introductory EFT manual.

Our mission: AAMET is committed to advancing and upholding the highest standards for education, training, professional development and promotion of the skillful, creative and ethical application of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques).

Benefits Of AAMET Membership

As an AAMET accredited member, you can:

  • Connect with professional support (code of conduct and ethics, complaints procedure, volunteer opportunities and more)
  • Promote your EFT trainings, workshops and events
  • Highlight your professional EFT expertise, products and services (including published articles and events) with your comprehensive profile page and practitioner listing
  • Feature your EFT experiences on our website and monthly newsletter
  • Participate in our responsive Facebook groups and online communities
  • Train and study with the world’s most experienced EFT teachers

Latest Articles & News

Tips for Practitioners: Bringing an EFT Session to a Close

One of the most common questions I encounter from practitioner trainees (and a hurdle that I faced as an EFT artist/ practitioner) is: How do I complete/conclude an EFT session safely? How do I close a session when there is still so much to do? How do I stick to the time I have allocated for a session? My belief is, the act of closing a session elegantly is set in place from the first deep breath at the beginning of a session (perhaps with a pre-frame), and from the first AHA by testing the results and letting the shifts land and sink in. When a client has come to see a practitioner to find closure or resolution on a problem or long-term challenge, tidying the loose ends and being thorough becomes very important. Part of that process involves ensuring that the client notices and is made aware of their changes in perception.

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