Amy Thieringer's A.R.T.® Allergy Release Technique®

Interested in becoming an A.R.T. practitioner?
Contact us for additional information regarding upcoming trainings.

Training Information:

  • Training includes three mandatory weekends of live training (Friday-Sunday, 9am -5pm).
  • These live training sessions will take place at the MIT Endicott House, 80 Haven Street, Dedham, MA 02026.
    • Session 2: November 15-17, 2019
    • Session 3: April 3-5, 2020
    • Session 1: October 4-6, 2019
  • In between live training sessions, there will be one group check-in with a Q & A session via GoToMeeting. As well as a one-on-one check in with your Supervisor either live or virtual.

Training Requirements:

  • Between live trainings, trainees are required to practice their newly learned material weekly with a minimum of 3 different people to develop proficiency.
  • Trainees are required to show proficiency of the material in person or via GoToMeeting prior to the start of the second and third session weekends.
  • Upon completion of the training, you will be certified as a first level A.R.T. Practitioner.
    • You will be qualified to build your own practice and work with a variety of clients including those who need support with digestive issues, environmental and food allergies, Lyme and many other sensitivities.
    • You will not yet be qualified to work with clients who are anaphylactic.
    • If you are interested in working with anaphylactic clients, you must demonstrate your proficiency at the first level for about a year or two before you will be given one or two clients who are categorized as anaphylactic but who have not had an anaphylactic reaction. Once proficient and confident with clients at this level, you will then be given clients who have had more serious reactions and continue to grow to work with clients who have used the EpiPen.

Training Costs:

  • — $10,500 for Bioscan Machine
  • — $15,000 for live training sessions
  • — $5,000 due with the signing of the contract
  • — $5,000 due 14 days prior to the commencement of Session 1
  • — $2,500 due 14 days prior to the commencement of Session 2
  • — $2,500 due 14 days prior to the commencement of Session 3

Required Materials & Additional Training – Acquired Prior to A.R.T. Training

  • License or certification in the health profession (i.e. acupuncturist, nurse, doctor, chiropractor, physical therapist, etc.)
  • BioScan Machine
  • Laptop to run BioScan software (purchased and set up in advance of the first training)
  • Required Books
    • The Other Side of Impossible: Chapters 7, 13 & 14 (Susannah Meadows)
    • Cure: A Journey into the Science of Mind Over Body (Jo Marchant)
    • The Emotion Code (Dr. Bradley Nelson)
  • Required Workshop
    • Eden Energy Medicine 101 & 102
  • Recommended Workshop
    • Reiki Training

FAQ

How many hours per week do I need to dedicate for the training?
It is recommended that you spend at least 5 hours a week working on your clients and reviewing the content as needed.
Can I shadow a current practitioner for a day?
Unfortunately, due to privacy issues, we cannot allow prospective trainees to shadow a practitioner. Below is a picture of Amy working with a client.

When do I acquire the BioScan machine? Do I contact the company directly?
Once you sign the contract with A.R.T., we will provide you with the contact information for the BioScan company (whom we have a contract with) to purchase the machine at a discounted rate.

In addition to the BioScan machine, what other equipment do I need?
A dedicated computer to run the BioScan software
A desk for the Bioscan and computer
A lap desk
A chair for your client and a chair for yourself

Are there any additional fees I need to consider?
Annual A.R.T. licensing fee of $2000 due the January after receiving your certification
Business and liability insurance (approximately $2,000-$2500 depending on your insurance carrier)
Monthly supervision group meeting fee (currently $60 but subject to change with prior notice)

Is there continued training after receiving the certification?
Yes, all practitioners are required to attend 8 of the 10 monthly supervision group sessions per year.

When will I be able to work with anaphylactic clients?
Upon completion of the training, you will be certified as a first level A.R.T. Practitioner and able to work with non-anaphylactic clients. If you are interested in working with anaphylactic clients, you must demonstrate your proficiency at the first level for about a year or two before you will be given one or two clients who are categorized as anaphylactic but who have not had an anaphylactic reaction. Once proficient and confident with clients at this level, you will then be given clients who have had more serious reactions and continue to grow to work with clients who have used the EpiPen.

Are there forms or material we can use for our practice?
Yes, A.R.T. has forms already created for you to use. You will also be given permission to use excerpts from the main website to use for your website.

Is there a referral system or will I need to find my own clients?
Once you receive your certification and have insurance, your name and contact information will be added to the A.R.T. website under the practitioner page.

What is the Return on Investment?
Based on your initial investment of $25,000 charging your clients $70 per session, you will need to work with about 8 people a week for a year to recover the cost of your investment.