Polarity Therapy training is offered at five levels of education. These increasingly advanced levels are designed to equip graduates with progressively deeper understanding, more extensive knowledge and skills, and an ever wider range of therapeutic protocols to confidently and effectively practice as Polarity Therapy practitioners.
NOTE: During COVID-19 times, the Introductory Certificate of Achievement and Polarity Yoga training are offered as online training.
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The five Polarity Therapy training levels are:
- Introductory Certificate of Achievement Polarity Therapy - ICA - PT.
18 credit hours.
Awarded after the first three days/ six training sessions sessions. Credited towards the TPT or can be used as a CEU.
- Associate Polarity Therapy Practitioner - APTP.
79.5 cumulative credit hours.
Non-professional award for students to begin practice under the training manager’s supervision or suitably qualified practitioner.
Combined total of new training plus hours undertaken for the Introductory Certificate level.
- Diploma of Polarity Therapy Practice - DPTP.
178 cumulative credit hours. Practitioner course. Combined total of hours towards APTP, and new credit hours, including clinical practice hours. The Diploma is credited towards the subsequent Professional Polarity Therapy Practitioner qualification.
- Professional Polarity Therapy Practitioner - PPTP.
685 cumulative credit hours. A stand alone Post-Diploma qualification requiring an additional 507 credit hours after the Diploma. Diploma graduates may apply to enter this training after 3 months to 2 years of post-Diploma practice and must have demonstrated 70 additional independent practice hours.
- Consulting Polarity Practitioner - CPP.
815 cumulative credit hours. A stand alone post-graduate level requiring 130 hours of further training after the PPTP while simultaneously maintaining a professional practice. The training is predominantly clinical supervision and case study based, while also delving deeply into more arcane aspects of Polarity Therapy. Prior to applying for entry to the programme, intending applicants must have been practicing independently for a minimum of 2 years after graduating from the PPTP programme with a minimum of 180 practice hours.