ECB certification is granted with the understanding that you will perform your future work as a Certified Food Addiction Professional (CFAP) according to the number of clinical supervision hours INFACT deems appropriate in your specific case.
INFACT will prepare and assist you in meeting these ECB requirements for CFAP certification.
The ECB (and therefore INFACT) requires two references at the time of application.
If your application is approved for admission to the course, you have met the ECB’s certification requirement for references.
Graduation from INFACT training meets all 300 of the ECB’s educational requirements, including six hours explicitly devoted to counselor ethics.
The ECB has entrusted INFACT to administer the ECB-approved final examination. No further testing will be required when you apply for ECB certification.
Code of Ethics:
A signed, ECB-approved Code of Ethics agreement for Food Addiction Counseling is required for graduation and certification.
INFACT has been entrusted by the ECB to evaluate each graduate individually regarding the number of clinical supervision hours required, within 1,000 to 6,000 hours.