eTouch for Health Level 3 Workshop
Recommended: Complete the eTouch for Health Level I Tutorial, read Touch for Health - the Complete Edition, pp. 66; 315-325; 338-339.
Requirements when seeking credits: eTouch Level 3 Requirements for Credits
Level 3 - focuses on the use of the software as a practitioner tool and examines client management and personal reports in more detail. This level also introduces the advanced techniques of the dynamic eTouch Priority System and using the integrated and dynamically working Five-Element Metaphors as the balancing technique in the practice balance. Since the John F. Thie Memorial Research Database is currently inactive, the internal research capabilities built into eTouch are examined. These allow gathering an analyzing empirical data over time and producing reports.
As Touch for Health (TFH) matures and moves closer to the mainstream of healthcare in the future, the TFH practitioner will need professional tools, like eTouch for Health, to assist them. Part of the duties of a TFH Practitioner is to manage the records related to their clients. eTouch stores contact and address information, Session results and information that describes a clients general health condition. You can also record specific conditions and diagnosis that the client has already received from professional healthcare providers. These are important so that you can be aware of the specific health issues of your clients as you work with them energetically through TFH.
eTouch contains advanced features such as the Database Priority and Extend Systems. The Database Priority System is displayed in the TFH Reference and implemented in the Session Wizard. Here, the Priority System can be used to shape the type and scope of the session as well as used to select techniques based on priority. The dynamic workings of the Five Element Metaphors are also examined in this workshop. The Extend System is examined in this workshop where a basic introduction to EFT is located.
Level 3 - Client Management & Advanced Techniques
Admin Privileges and Capabilities:
The Priority System:
Balancing with the 5-Element Metaphors:
Closing the Session
The John F. Thie Memorial Online Research Database (JFTRDB) INACTIVE
The Extend System