An Embodiment Practitioner is an individual who has received a certificate in a three-year training program accredited by the International Society for Embodied Imagination®. An Embodiment Practitioner is someone who received a rigorous theoretical and supervisory experience as part of their EI training program.
Training requirements vary from training program to training program around the world. But all meet the basic 3-year requirements of theory, practice, and supervision. In addition, upon completion of the program, these graduates can train others as Embodiment Practitioners, Embodiment Therapists and Non-training members (those individuals who have received a 1&1/2-year certificate).
There are a number of individuals who call themselves “embodied imagination” workers and have attended some of our workshops, but be aware, these are not individuals who have completed our accredited program.
LIST of EMBODIMENT PRACTITIONERS
Una Ni Chaoimh, PhD, email@example.com
Enomoto, Shuhei – firstname.lastname@example.org
Teresa Ojeda – email@example.com
Ingrid Blidberg – firstname.lastname@example.org
Per Nordin – email@example.com
Christopher Doggett – firstname.lastname@example.org
Pamela Holmes – email@example.com
Marina Lenney, AIA – firstname.lastname@example.org
Narandja Milanovich Eagleson – email@example.com
Mary Anne Ramey, PsyT – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sheila McNellis Asato – SheilaAsato@gmail.com
Rebecca Lynn Peterson, PhD – email@example.com
Janet Fortess, MAT, LMT – firstname.lastname@example.org
Kat Taylor, MA., M.Ed, MDiv, artist – email@example.com
Etja Ruth – firstname.lastname@example.org