Becoming Licensed as a Spiritual Healer has become very attractive. Natural and Spiritual Healers desire to operate professionally, ethically, with a legal informed consent form and appropriate coaching skills form so that they may assist others who seek their services effectively.
Regulatory Agencies have become more interested in assessing those who are NOT Licensed at all. There have been more many more practitioners brought before these agencies to prove validity in the last several years!
If the Nation,State, Province, County or City in which you reside Licenses the technique/s you offer, you must get and maintain that License. If NOT, we strongly recommend that you become a Licensed Spiritual Healer (LSH).
Certification and or Verification of your Healing Technique and successful completion of the required Additional Professional Education is Required. You may source the courses needed through one of our Accredited Educators. These additional courses assure that you can operate from the highest level of integrity and professionalism as a Licensed Spiritual Healer.
Once you have completed the additional education and in MOST CASES Certified in a Healing Technique you may become a Licensed Spiritual Healer (LSH) with any Approved Board of the Federation of Spiritual Healer Licensing Boards.
Those who are Licensed may use any spiritual abilities, talents, gifts or approved healing techniques (within certain legal parameters) and within the guidelines of the Federation of Spiritual Healer Licensing Boards to help those seeking their services to regain and improve their state of Spiritual Wholeness or Balance. The person seeking their services decides when Spiritual Wholeness or Balance is achieved.
You may become Certified through one of the Approved Organizations/Programs in association with the Natural Therapies Certification Board you reside within the United States or Canada or, any other Accredited Organization that Certifies in a Healing Technique.
If you Reside Outside the United States you may be able to become Certified or Licensed in your Country or obtain Professional Designations and Recognition through various Local, Province, State, National or International Associations.