Training as a Rosen Method practitioner is designed as a program that takes several years. This allows students to fully integrate the insights and changes that they are experiencing through the work. The flexible structure for the training program is based on a linked series of training modules. Students can choose whether to continue the program at any stage, allowing freedom for individuals to experience part of the training for professional enhancement or personal growth.
Certification as a Rosen Method practitioner takes the following form:
Certification as a Rosen Method Movement Teacher has the following requirements:
These hours of training meet the minimum standards set by the Rosen Institute for certification in Rosen Method. Additional offerings and courses may be required or included by the individual centers offering the certification program.
There are many students who have taken elements of this training program without intending to complete all of them or to become practitioners. Those wishing to further their experiences in this way are always welcome to participate.
In order to attend an intensive for the first time, a participant needs to:
In all cases, it is important that a person's suitability be considered, given the emotional intensity of the process.
CEU's are available for nurses, LCSW's and MFT's and massage therapists.
A diploma / certificate will be offered to those students who complete the training program. This diploma certifies that the student has met the standards and requirements set by the Rosen Institute (a non-profit educational corporation) for Rosen Method practitioners. The Rosen Institute is an independent certifying body and does not confer any State of California licensure or other government approved certification.
No representations are made that the instruction shall or may lead to any employment. Students completing the curriculum are certified as Rosen Method Practitioners.