Earth Association for Regression Therapy


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As the field of Regression Therapy is versatile and ever growing it may come to include further tools and techniques for us to review as they appear. EARTh already has her bylaws, code of conduct and complaints procedure in place to cover possible problems which may arise within the therapy practices of our members. In addition to these, we now have a ‘recommendations section’ for colleagues who may choose to try these tools and techniques.


  1. Explain to your client that ‘online regression session’ is not ‘regression therapy’ and is only a variation derived from it. The full version uses physical language which cannot be achieved via online sessions. Online sessions are more likely to be about energy work.
  1. Check whether there is a professional regression therapist in their neighbourhood where they may go for full one-to-one therapy.
  1. Remember that the welfare of the client is of paramount importance at all times.
  1. As a therapist, only work online when you confidently feel that you are able to make a positive difference for your client in this way, yet they can still remain safe. It is highly recommended that you are very experienced in empathic connection with clients. Beyond sound and vision, an extra sense is necessary to understand what is happening for the client.
  1. Only work with clients that already have experience at working with energies.
  1. If in doubt or if you feel insecure as a therapist then do not do the online session.
  1. Agree beforehand on the terms of the online conversation.
  1. Confirm by e-mail on the terms and agreed situation. Ask the landline and mobile phone numbers (when internet breaks, phone service might also stop working) and give your own number. It is recommended to have the phone number of a close family member of the client, as well. Consider any other precautions needed if or when a problem occurs, whether the problem is technical or not.
  1. Ask if the client has a friend or relative he or she can talk to, after the session.
  1. Check that your client is alone in the room. Presence of others can be very disturbing and influencing.
  1. Give some guidelines of “how to..” for the aftermath of a session. For example, advise clients to take a one hour tea and coffee reflection break, after the session.
  1. Consider any possible implications for your insurance requirements.

  2. In the event of any complaints, support from EARTh may be very limited because we see it as a further tool and not as a basic and necessary ability for a regression therapist.


  1. Group regression sessions are often employed in training programs and in conventions where attendance is limited to practicing regression therapists and student-therapists. In these cases participants are preselected, and individual follow-up is possible, and can also be procured later by the people themselves.
  2. Take extra care with group regression sessions whenever the lectures, seminars and workshops are open to the public. Usually there are no problems, because the main risk is simply that people will not enter in regression. However people with conditions that include borderline, schizophrenia, drug addiction or have personality disorders, may encounter experiences that confirm or worsen their problems. Another approach could be to use visualizations instead, and present the group examples of regression sessions by others.
  3. Have extra resources, preferably another regression therapist, on hand in case a problem is triggered with an attendee. Allowing extra time at the end of the group session can also be appropriate to deal with individual needs
  4. Remember that you must deal with any problems that may come up during group regressions.
  5. Ensure that your group understands that group regression is not regression therapy in itself.
  6. Consider any possible implications for your insurance requirements
  7. In the event of any complaints, support from EARTh may be very limited because we see it as a further tool and not as a basic and necessary ability for a regression therapist.


When a conflict arises between two or more members of the Board/Committees, then the following procedure will be applied:

  1. First they should try to resolve the disagreement among themselves, as diplomatically as possible.
  2. If this does not prove to be successful, then they should inform the Board and the respective Committee and an opened discussion will take place. A conclusion will be reached.
  1. If all parties agree the conclusion of these meetings will be presented in the newsletter and on the forums to be discussed among the EARTh’s members.
  1. If needed, the situation can be presented within the General Assembly for open discussion and voting. It is mandatory that all people involved in the conflict be present or have a person to represent them. A final decision will be taken at the General Assembly and it will be later finalized within the Board meeting.