Joining the Dorn Method Therapists Association

 

How to get started

To get your therapy practice listed in the DMTA directory and to receive other benefits, you just need to complete a few simple registration forms and pay the annual fee.

IMPORTANT: Before you register however, you will need to provide proof of your Dorn Method training and experience by posting or emailing a copy of your certification to us. You will also need to seek approval from your authorised Dorn Method Instructor which should be sent to the DMTA. Please follow these steps BEFORE you register, and if you are in any doubt please contact us. More information can be found here under the training section.

By registering with the DMTA you agree to abide by the DMTA Code of Ethics and Practice Agreement. If you do not wish to abide by these rules, please do not register with the DMTA.

Once registered and you have been accepted into the DMTA as a practising therapist, we will visit your website (if you have one) or contact you to help set up your directory listing for you, after which we'll let you know it's ready. You can then make any changes you like to your listing details, including updating your photos, wording, etc.

We're here to help

If you need any help please do not hesitate to contact us. To get going now, just complete the form opposite and click the 'Next' button.

We look forward to working with you and helping you grow your Dorn Method practice, experiences and knowledge.

Step 1: Account Setup

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Disclaimer: The DMTA does not guarantee the effectiveness of Dorn Method treatment in any individual case nor does it accept any liability whatsoever for DMTA Members or Authorised Dorn Method Instructors whether or not failing to conform to the DMTA Practice Agreement and Code of Ethics & Conduct