1. Revisioning is the psychotherapeutic use of a mirror with photos, drawings, or movies to simulate re-attachment for grief resolution and ego-integration. This is accomplished by activation of the mirror neuron network. Revisioning is a copyrighted series of techniques. Any use of this or similar techniques must acknowledge the name Revisioning and its copyright owners Mark Rider and Lynn Heselton.
2. The process of becoming certified requires attendance at the Foundations course taught by a Certified Revisioning Instructor or reading the book Revisioning: Mirror Therapy for Unresolved Grief (Rider, 2014).
3. To be qualified as a Certified Revisioning Practitioner, the supervisee must have a Master’s degree and be licensed by their particular mental health board, i.e., Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Licensed Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists. All trainees must carry their own liability insurance.
4. To become a Certified Revisioning Practitioner, the supervisee must obtain 14 hours of didactic training and 4 hours of supervised case consultation. This training may be conducted on an individual or group basis by a Certified Revisioning Instructor. Supervisees may count up to three Revisioning sessions done on themselves toward their Certification.
5. Mental health interns can only receive Revisioning supervision if their licensing supervisor understands and approves its use.
6. For the title Certified Revisioning Instructor, another 25 hours of case consultation and presentation of a Revisioning workshop must be completed.