Member Requirements & Benefits
Professionals and teachers in energy healing and related modalities are eligible for membership in the Energy Therapies Association, which is a global association.
- Membership certificate
- Member Directory Listing
- Code of Conduct
- Free “Professional Practice” (Guide to starting and running your own practice)
- Energy Therapies Association logos used for marketing
- Free website creation with WIX
Qualifications for Membership
You must have a certificate of energy-based practitioner level to apply.
The association offers membership for most energy therapy modalities, including:
- Crystal Healing
- Golden Dragon
- Kundalini Reiki
- Mediumship Readings
- Psychic Readings
- Pranic Healing
- Sound Healing
- Theta Healing
ETA membership includes insurance coverage. Below is the list of insurance providers you can contact to take out an insurance policy to cover your professional services in Energy Healing.
- Australia: Aon, InsuranceHouse
- Canada: BrokerLink
- Europe: BGi.eu
- New Zealand: Aon
- United Kingdom: BGi.uk
- United States: Lockton Affinity, EMPI
Additionally, you can choose from a variety of healing modalities.
You should, however, ensure you have received the minimum official qualifications for any additional services or modalities you add to your policy.
Contact the provider directly for information about their policies.
Code of Conduct
All members of the Energy Therapies Association are required to follow a Code of Conduct to ensure a certain level of professionalism and service quality.
The Code of Conduct below outlines the minimum guidelines for members.
Be sure, however, that you also comply with any specific laws or requirements that might exist in your area to conduct your business or to provide healing services.
- Health care workers to provide services in a safe and ethical manner
- Health care workers to obtain consent
- Appropriate conduct in relation to treatment advice
- Health care workers to report concerns about the conduct of other health care workers
- Health care workers to take appropriate action in response to adverse events
- Health care workers to adopt standard precautions for infection control
- Health care workers diagnosed with infectious medical conditions
- Health care workers not make claims to cure certain serious illnesses
- Health care workers not to misinform their clients
- Health care workers not practise under the influence of alcohol or unlawful substances
- Health care workers with certain mental or physical impairment
- Health care workers not to financially exploit clients
- Health care workers not to engage in sexual misconduct
- Health care workers to comply with relevant privacy laws
- Health care workers to keep appropriate records
- Health care workers to be covered by appropriate insurance
- Health care workers to display code and other information
For more information about membership and eligibilities, visit the ETA website.
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