Please note that the ICRT is an accrediting body and membership organization. Our Licensed Reiki Master Teachers (LRMTs) are licensed to use our name and our logo as an indication that they are members of our membership association. They are not employed by the ICRT and teach their classes as independent business people responsible for scheduling their own classes, collecting class fees, and setting up class locations etc.
Our hands on healing workshops provide CE credit for professionals. This is an added benefit of our training programs, and this service is offered at no additional charge to the student.
These programs are designed to enhance and to be utilized in the practices of Nurses, Massage Therapists, Social Workers and Marriage & Family Therapists.
Contact Hours Available for Massage Therapists and Body Workers
We are approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing Education Approved Provider via ICRT (#158493-00). Please check with your individual state licensing board to determine if they accept CEs with NCBTMB as individual state requirements are subject to change without notice.
Reiki I 9 contact hours
How to Receive Credit
To receive contact hours, please inform the Registrar when registering for class that you are a licensed nurse, massage therapist, social worker, or marriage and family counselor and that you would like to receive credit hours, and the necessary forms and paperwork will be prepared for you.
You must also: Attend all parts of the educational activity; participate in group practice sessions; and return demonstration of Reiki techniques.
When you register for our classes, please let us know that you would like to receive CEs, so we can bring the proper paperwork to class.
Equal Opportunity/American with Disabilities Act Statement
The International Center for Reiki Training does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, height, weight, marital status, veteran status or disability/handicaps.
Reasonable accommodations and equal access to programs are part of our commitment to continuing personal and/or professional development.
If you are a person with a disability, please make the Center aware before class so that reasonable accommodations can be made for you.
Check our current Course Schedule for classes coming up in your area.