Prospective Student Resource
Frequently Asked Questions
What are MFT Courses?
MFT Courses come to you from the team at morphogenicfieldtechnique.com! Our goal is to provide you with world-class instructional video classes with the teachings from Dr. Frank Springob, the creator and founder of the Morphogenic Field Technique. The classes within each course are streamed so you can watch anywhere in the world with an internet connection. You can also watch them as many times as you like!
Students are required to read the Study Guide associated with the course level they are studying. The study guides are found in the downloadable materials for each course level on the LearnWorlds online platform. Students receive log-in credentials once they enroll in the course. Students can also purchase a spiral bound copy of the study guide for $25 by contacting Corey Pearson, Chief Operations Officer
The following provide foundational reading for MFT concepts. These reading materials can be purchased at any major bookstore or online book retailer. Many titles can also be found at your local library. Additionally, used copies may be available through used book online marketplaces. Click here to read the Core Reading List.
What do I need to take the class?
Once you register and purchase your class, you'll have immediate access to all class video, discussions and associated tools available on your desktop, tablet, and mobile device. You will need a product test kit from Biotics Research, Standard Process or Energetix to complete the coursework.
Will I get personalized instruction?
Through our Discussion Boards, you’ll be able to ask the instructor and/or student liaison questions and interact with other students taking the class with you. It’s a great way to connect with your classmates and support each other!
Is this class sent to me on a DVD or is it downloadable or streamed?
All MFT classes are streamed so all you need is an internet connection! You can watch anywhere, any time, on any device. You can watch classes on a computer, tablet, or smart phone. You can watch the classes as many times as you like and while we do encourage each course’s completion within a six month time period, you can use the term and go at your own pace!
What if I live outside of the United States?
No problem - all you need is an internet connection! Even though you can live anywhere in the world to take these classes, please keep in mind that class prices are in US Dollars and you will need accounts with product distributors such as Biotics Research, Standard Process and Energetix.
What do I get for my money?
Each course cost includes the equipment you need to perform a basic, intermediate or advanced level procedure (depending on which course you enroll in), video lessons, visual aides, helpful study guides, tips, step by step instruction to perform the procedure relating to your course, discussion boards, and exercises to get going on your own. You can watch these classes as many times as you like!
Are closed captions available?
Yes, closed captions are available for all classes. Look for the icon in the video player control bar to enable closed captions. (Currently offered in English only but if you need a specific language we will do our best to accommodate!)
HELP! What if I have feedback or technical questions?
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. We love hearing from our MFT community so please let us know if there’s anything we can do better or if you have suggestions for future classes!
Have a question about the Morphogenic Field Technique courses?
Call +1 (360) 202-3301 from 10am to 5pm Pacific Monday through Friday.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Reasonable Accommodation Policy
Morphogenetic Field Technique (“MFT”) is committed to serving and supporting all students. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act of 2008 (“ADA”), the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, subsequent regulations, and similar state and local laws, the NTA will do everything in its power to provide reasonable accommodations to those with disabilities.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION POLICY
ACCOMMODATION REQUEST PROCESS
DISABILITY SERVICES MAINTENANCE
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION POLICY
MFT is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities. Accommodations are individual in nature and are decided on a case-by-case basis by the Student Services Coordinator. Requested accommodations initiated by a student or application (collectively hereinafter referred to as “Student”) must be supported by adequate documentation, requested within a reasonable timeframe, not create undue burden on the organization, and not require a fundamental alteration to the MFT’s programs.
ACCOMMODATION REQUEST PROCESS
The accommodation process begins when a Student discloses a disability and requests one or more accommodations by contacting the MFT’s Student Services Coordinator. A Student who makes a request for a reasonable accommodation to an MFT Instructor, Admissions Advisor, administrator, or other MFT representative will be referred to the Student Services Coordinator, who will work directly with the Student regarding the request. The Student Services Coordinator will act as the primary liaison between the Student, Instructors, and staff regarding the accommodation. Students may disclose as much or as little to instructors as they wish regarding their disability or agreed upon accommodations.
To receive an accommodation, a Student must a) disclose their disability to the MFT’s Student Services Coordinator, b) request a specific accommodation supported by appropriate documentation, and c) receive approval from the Student Services Coordinator. If the disability is not readily apparent, the student must provide recent certification or documentation that indicate a specific diagnosis (e.g. medical records, psychological testing, etc. no more than five years old) from a qualified professional (physician, psychologist, psychiatrist, etc.). The Student should also provide a note from the qualified professional indicating specific recommended accommodations that would be helpful to the Student in an academic setting based on the diagnosis. Documentation must be received no less than three (3) weeks prior to the start of a course to allow adequate time to process the request. Requests received later than three (3) weeks prior to the start of a course will still be considered, but there may not be time to properly evaluate and accommodate late requests before the course begins. Requests received later than three (3) weeks prior to the start of a course may not retroactively affect the course. Students should check in with the Student Services Coordinator before the start of each subsequent course to discuss accommodations. New documentation need only be submitted if the Student is requesting accommodations for a new course.
DISABILITY SERVICES MAINTENANCE
The Student Services Coordinator will evaluate the Student’s requests and supporting documentation and request additional input or documentation as necessary to determine if the request can be granted. If approved, the Student Services Coordinator will work with the Student to implement the approved accommodations. If denied, the Student Services Coordinator will discuss potential alternative accommodations with the Student as appropriate. Once an accommodation has been implemented, the Student should continue to work with the Student Services Coordinator on any accommodation-related needs. If the Student experiences any difficulties with the accommodations, the Student should promptly notify the Student Services Coordinator for assistance. The MFT utilizes a variety of classroom locations (“Venues”) around the United States and globe, and certain accommodations and resources may only be available in some locations. A Student who transfers to a different Venue must notify MFT of such a transfer and provide a written request for additional or modified accommodations as required. In accordance with data privacy laws, all Student disability-related matters at the MFT are kept strictly confidential.
Reporting and Investigation of Harassment
The MFT takes concerns about discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct seriously.
We encourage employees, students, and alumni to raise any concerns they may have through the proper channels so that these concerns can be evaluated, investigated, and resolved. Any MFT staff member, faculty member, or alumnus who wishes to report a concern about harassment, discrimination, or retaliation is encouraged to report these concerns immediately.
Current MFT students and MFT Alumni may raise their concerns by contacting Corey Pearson, Chief Operations Officer, email@example.com.
MFT will take steps to evaluate, investigate, and resolve complaints promptly and on a confidential basis to the maximum extent possible. MFT also prohibits retaliation against employees, students, and alumni who bring forth complaints or concerns about conduct they reasonably believe to be discrimination, harassment, or sexual misconduct. Concerns about retaliation against a complainant should also be brought to the attention of MFT through the contacts listed above.
MFT may address complaints of harassment, discrimination, or sexual misconduct through appropriate corrective action, up to and including termination of employment or non-renewal of enrollment or certificate.
For additional information about MFT policies and procedures, please contact Corey Pearson, Chief Operations Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org.