EARTh was founded at Frankfurt in 2006 by 36 members from 7 countries.
Since then it has grown to 303 members from 39 countries from all over the world.
The Membership Committee is responsible for recruiting members, contacting prospects, schools, national associations, admissions, and complains.
The Program Committee is responsible for examining the workshop proposals and organizing the program and activities of the Annual Conventions. They are also overviewing the conduct of webinars.
Public Relations Committee
The Public Relations Committee is responsible for overviewing the public relations of EARTh with other professional associations as well as the public image. They are responsible for the content and looks of the website and communicating with outer world the concept of regression therapy. They do so by underlining through social media and other means the significance of regression therapy.
The Financial Committee oversees all EARTh financial matters including accounting, payments, pricing, yearly budgets that are presented in the General Assembly.
The Bylaws Committee is responsible for overviewing the writing or revising or amending articles of incorporation, bylaws, code of conduct, certification criteria, procedures and anything written.
EARTh College Committee
Certification Committee is responsible for evaluating all the applications from the schools and individual trainers for recognition of their Regression Therapy programs.
The Research Committee is responsible for overviewing and conducting polls, research and studies on the practice, exercise and effectiveness of Regression Therapy.
The Certification Board is responsible for the overview of the voluntary process of the Association to recognise professional members who meet a defined criteria. It is for professionals members who want to broaden and develop their capabilities, enhance the public reputation of Regression Therapy as a profession, take pride in their work, in the EARTh Association and in being certified.
The Auditing Committee consists of two or more members – not board members- and examines the financial accounts and certifies whether the treasurer’s report based upon them is correct.