ERT-Instructor is an individual module working with the Emotional Reflection Theory. Admission to this module requires an individual mentorship with a mentor from LT-Academy to make sure that the theory is understood and practised with focus on personal development.

You learn how to integrate and present the Emotional Reflection Theory not one to one, but one to many. The purpose of the ERT-Instructor is to assist the once that want to unfold the immense potential that we all carry within. This is to create positive results both in private life and in business.

Teaching the ERT-Toolbox to groups of people from 10 to a 100 you cannot only help a lot of people to create Emotional Intelligence and Wellbeing in the NOW, you can also broaden your target group to families, teams, groups, schools or companies.

If you want to learn – read
If you want to understand – write
If you want to master - teach


- Starts August 2022
- 4 modules (10 sessions) = 40 hours
- Online
- Exam by appointment


- Compendium 100 pages
- Practical teaching exercises
- 2 hours supervision one to one
- Exam Certificate = ERT-Instructor

The ERT-Instructor module ends with an exam consisting of both a written assignment off 5-10 pages and an oral presentation, where you are to teach a specific theme using the Emotional Reflection Theory. In the assignment the student has to illustrate how to structure a full workshop day, and in the presentation the student has to illustrate how you teach Emotional Reflection Theory to many people.

This exam is obligatory for you to receive a FULL Certificate.

You need more than one to move a mountain!



1. The mirror room of ERT - one to many
2. Dissemination of the ERT
3. Presentation techniques
4. Create your new NOW as an ERT-Instructor

Dates for the first ERT-Instructors:

(Starts 2022 – final dates will soon be updated)

Module 1:   August
Module 2:   September
Module 3:   October
Module 4:   November


The emotions are the silent language of LOVE


We are grateful to provide information about Emotional Reflection Theory and the ERT-Education