2020-Featured in The Guardian for Coronavirus Support
2020-Created on-demand training modules
2019-Completed 10th guided meditation recording
2018-Insight Reiki™ trademarked
2018-Initiated Clinical Supervision and Internship Program for Graduate Students
2017-Accept Aetna, Cigna, Regence, Kaiser (and affiliates)
2014-Accept Group Health, Aetna and 1st Choice Insurance
2013-Presented at WCA Annual Conference on “Reiki as an Adjunct Modality for Adult Attachment Disorders”.
2013-Licensed Clinical Supervisor for Counselors in WA State
2013-Disaster Mental Health Specialist through American Red Cross
2012-Completed Reiki volunteer program with Evergreen Hospice.
2011-Received NCBTMB and WMHCA certification.
2011-Touching the World Through Reiki in the Library of Congress.
2010 – National tour for new book, Touching the World Through Reiki.
2010 – Received Licensed Mental Health Counselor Certificate and accept insurance through
Aetna, First Choice and Group Health
2009 – The Reiki Training Program becomes the first Labor and Industry provider of Reiki education.
2007 – The Reiki Training Program, through its affiliate association, The Reiki Fellowship, begins providing instruction and sessions to veterans.
2003 – The Reiki Training Program is the first licensed vocational school of Reiki in Washington state.
2003 – Registered Counselor for the state of Washington Department of Health and Human Services, Washington.
2000 – Reiki Training Program founded in WA state.
2000 – Distance Learning Design and Development Certificate University of Washington, Seattle.
1997 – Reiki Master Certificate Alena Heble, RM, Wilmington, DE.
1997 – M.A., Counseling, Guidance and Educational Leadership Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, NJ.
1996 – Reiki Master Training Cherie Wine-Prashun, RM, Verona, NJ.
1994 – Polarity Therapy Certificate The Open Center, New York, NY.
1991 – B.S. Psychology/Comparative Religion Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.
Eileen Wurst hosts a free virtual sharing circle and healing meditation using video conferencing.
Photograph: Jovelle Tamayo/The Guardian
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