- We are usually booked several months in advance. The demand for counsellors who use the Anazao model far exceeds the supply and we receive requests from all over the country for counsellors who do what we do. We have a difficulty in recommending people unless we know them personally and are settled that they understand and apply the model effectively. Completing the five steps outlined is a way to standardize the quality of the service that we offer. It is a beginning. We strongly recommend that in addition to Anazao training, those wishing to use the model should have some recognized counselling qualification.
(1) Attend the four week Cutting Edge Ministry school. Whether or not you are an experienced counsellor or have a counselling diploma or degree, you will be surprised at how much you will learn. You will need to complete the theoretical and practical assessments for each week.
- (2) Whether or not you are a trained counsellor, you will need to attend our three day active listening and conflict resolution course.
- (3) You will need to have at least 200 hours of practical ministry using the Anazao approach to deliverance, dissociation, generational iniquity and SRA. You will be expected to keep accurate notes according to the Anazao method.
- (4) During the 200 hours, we would expect e mail dialogue over difficult cases and/or be in a supervisory role to some extent.
- (5) Anazao will personally assess you in a clinical setting. In addition there will be an oral assessment. Once this process has been completed, we will qualify you in using the Anazao method.
- In addition, when the new one week school on “An Integrated Approach to Healing” is complete and available, you would be expected to attend and complete the learning outcomes as well as any subsequent weeks Anazao might add in the future.
To gain ongoing feedback when using the model, we strongly recommend the formation of an Anazao support group in your area. Understanding and using the model at the ‘chalkface’ is where the rubber meets the road and it is important to receive as much support as possible. There are groups meeting on an informal basis in the USA, NZ and Australia.