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In 2013, the practise of essence therapy became subject to legislation. This means that essence practitioners or a practitioner who uses essences in conjunction with another therapy, should be qualified and belong to a register held by either the BFVEA or the Bach centre. The BFVEA, advised by COREP, (the lead body for essence therapy) provides its members with regular information on changes in rules and regulations that affect essence therapy. Practitioners must also be insured and undertake CPD.
See also the Categories page to find out the criteria required to become a Member.
THE IMPORTANCE OF TRAINING FOR A BFVEA ACCREDITED DIPLOMA IN FLOWER ESSENCES
BFVEA Advanced Practitioner Members Jan Stewart and Sally Arthurs talk about the importance of receiving essence therapy training from an accredited body. Sally shares the benefits she found of training with a BFVEA accredited course, including the support she received and the focus on learning about multiple essence ranges. The advantage of an accredited course is that it offers immediate Advanced Practitioner membership. For more information contact the Membership Secretary.
The Benefits of Being an International Member of the BFVEA
Erik Pelham (at the time of this interview was BFVEA International Chair) talks to Natalia Alkatabi about the importance of being a member of the BFVEA and how this gives her a framework and support network for setting up her own practice as a Flower Essence Professional in Spain.