Energy Practitioners like you offer emotional and physical relief to others. But accidents happen even in the best practices and to the most caring healers.
Nobody should have to worry about being sued or be concerned about an incident happening
under their care.
Carrying liability insurance is an expectation for health care professionals is and considered a best-practice. By letting your clients know you carry liability insurance for your practice, you indicate your professionalism as a practitioner, that you take your business seriously and that your clients and their well-being are important to you.
In some states and cities having Insurance is a requirement by law. Some modalities require liability insurance for it's members. It may also be required to rent space or to participate in an event. By having insurance you are opening doors and opportunities to practice.
PEACE OF MIND
Should, something happen EMPA is there to walk with you through the entire
process — from financial protection to having a good lawyer and settling a claim. With this coverage you can have the freedom to practice worry free.
It is easy to apply on-line and get your U.S. practice covered.
We offer three levels of coverage and have over 88 modalities listed.
Get your FREE Liability Insurance for the Energy Medicine Practitioner Buyers Guide
In the Guide You'll Discover...
THE 5 TYPES OF INSURANCE AVAILABLE FOR ENERGY MEDICINE PRACTITIONERS - understand the different types of insurance so that you can find the right insurance for your practice
CHECKLIST TO FIND THE CORRECT COVERAGE FOR YOU - a handy checklist will guide you through the steps to finding the right insurance for your modality so that you can know you're getting the best coverage!
HOW TO AVOID THE COMMON MISTAKES OF INSURANCE - discover the common mistakes made by practitioners so you can avoid them!
Additional Practitioner Resources
EMPA is focused on bringing useful support tools for its members. We created this 16 page Reopening Your Practice Guide to help practitioners with challenges and issues you may face when you resume your in-person practice amid COVID-19.
This guide includes:
Detailed guidelines for preparing your work areas: cleaning, disinfection, signage and social distancing
Guidelines for new policies and procedures: client arrival, session procedures, practitioner preparedness, end-of-session and client follow-up
Three Sample Forms including updated COVID-19 Client Consent and Health Screening, Client Check-in Protocol and new office policies.
For additional COVID-19 Updates and Support for the Energy Community CLICK HERE