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REIKI PRACTITIONER SUPPORT

 

Practicing and living Reiki involves the kinship of like-minded people that are excited to share the love of Reiki.

One-To-One Reiki Supervision

Supervision is a proven way of ensuring that Reiki practitioners have all the support they need whilst working with clients.

It offers a calm spacious atmosphere in which to reflect upon sessions with clients, issues around the work, organisational factors, on-going learning and self-care.

The Reiki practitioner is part of an open, thoughtful, collaborative process of exploration, awareness and learning. It is supported in deepening the understanding of a client’s case, bringing more options for intervention and treatment.

Here is a list of some ways in which accredited healers may use supervision to help them:

  • An opportunity to ask questions about client work, clarify points, notes keeping.
  • Learn about measurable symptoms and how it can help track progress with client work.
  • Discussing intuitive and energetic perceptions.
  • Ongoing personal and professional development and opportunities to grow and improve.
  • Review Reiki techniques and their effectiveness in client work.

Supervision does not replace counselling, but it aims to provide Reiki practitioners with support and guidance which is specifically tailored to their needs at any given time.

Reiki Training

Reiki training is designed to complement and enhance the healing work of Reiki practitioners.

One-To-One Reiki Supervision

Supervision is a proven way of ensuring that Reiki practitioners have all the support they need whilst working with clients.

It offers a calm spacious atmosphere in which to reflect upon sessions with clients, issues around the work, organisational factors, on-going learning and self-care.

The Reiki practitioner is part of an open, thoughtful, collaborative process of exploration, awareness and learning. It is supported in deepening the understanding of a client’s case, bringing more options for intervention and treatment.

Here is a list of some ways in which accredited healers may use supervision to help them:

  • An opportunity to ask questions about client work, clarify points, notes keeping.
  • Learn about measurable symptoms and how it can help track progress with client work.
  • Discussing intuitive and energetic perceptions.
  • Ongoing personal and professional development and opportunities to grow and improve.
  • Review Reiki techniques and their effectiveness in client work.

Supervision does not replace counselling, but it aims to provide Reiki practitioners with support and guidance which is specifically tailored to their needs at any given time.

Reiki Training

Reiki training is designed to complement and enhance the healing work of Reiki practitioners.

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Healers Healing

A Collaborative Experience for those involved in the psychological, physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual aspects of helping: Reiki and other energy workers, Integrative Medical Professionals, Doctors, Nurses, Physical Therapists, etc., Carers, Teachers, Spiritual Healers and Guides, Mental Health Professionals, Counsellors, Faith Healers, Holistic Practitioners.

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Giancarlo Serra

Giancarlo is a fully qualified Spiritual Healer, Reiki Master, Hypnotherapist and Past Life Regression Therapist. He is a Consultant Expert Healer of the College of Psychic Studies in London.

He is a Master Teacher member of the UK Reiki Federation and registered with the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council, Federation of Holistic Therapists, the Spiritual Regression Therapy Association and the General Hypnotherapy Register. Read more.

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