The Healing Trust training enables the student to explore and understand the principles of Healing. It also serves to support the personal spiritual growth of the individual, who is developing as a channel for Healing energies.
Courses are held in various locations in the UK and in other countries by The Healing Trust’s licensed tutors who can be contacted individually. Cost varies according to location, and Parts may be taken with different tutors if chosen.
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Some Tutors offer a one day Introduction to Healing. This will usually cover breath work, relaxation, sensing subtle energies and the responsibility of being a healer.
Part One may be taken as a stand-alone course for those wishing to know more about Healing and the Healer’s role. It is also relevant for other healthcare professionals wishing to refer to, or work in partnership with Healers.
Developing aspects of Part One, and introducing new subjects, this Part is for students who have completed Part One.
Designed for students who have completed Parts One and Two, (dates and locations confirmed) this course deepens Healing and energy awareness together with practical applications.
For students who have completed Part Three, (dates and location confirmed) this course covers both practical subjects and esoteric aspects relevant to energy work and Healing.
A mentor needs to have been a Healer for at least one year to fulfil this role. One to one Mentors are necessary for students to progress and develop; they are there to offer students an opportunity to develop and practise their healing while moving towards Healer Membership.Find a tutor
We recommend that students should aim to progress to Healer Member in about 2 years. Sometimes students can apply to become a Healer Member after 21 months provided all courses are completed and your mentor agrees your readiness.Student Application Form
Your Student Membership starts from the day you actually join The Healing Trust and not from the date of your first training course.
During your two years as a student your mentor may change, move, retire, become ill, or decide they no longer wish to mentor. Although you will need to find another mentor, all meetings and written observations count as part of your student period and are on-going. Your Regional Student Liaison Officer or Chair has a list of members willing to help as mentors.