Are you interested?
1. Do you
have a family member who needs pain relief?
you a caregiver? Do you need stress relief?
you challenged by only medical intervention treatments?
you a person who likes to try various modalities/treatments that
can work together in complementary ways?
Would clinical research help you to get a deeper understanding
about how the process of Therapeutic Touch works?
there something you've heard about regarding this healing
modality that makes you want to try it out?
you know that there is a network of recognized practitioners
that offer treatments in hospitals, hospices and pain clinics as
well as in private practice?
Would you like to get more information and find a teacher in
your area that can teach you the basics?
your interest in learning the basics of
modality for self-care is highly recommended for people
suffering from chronic pain, anxiety and depression. Many
others have a compassionate sense of wanting to help someone who
is in pain. Often this aspect of human nature is what
calls you to be there. Therapeutic Touch leads you in a
process of learning how to help someone and at the same time
maintain clear boundaries. It can also be a business
opportunity for practitioners who would like to broaden their
scope of treatments.
enjoyed about learning the Basics.
Here is some
feedback from others who have taken the basic Level 1 workshop.
The steps of
giving a session were easy to learn and remember. HB
The experiential aspects of Therapeutic Touch were most
I learned how to develop boundaries by centering. MJ
The meditations and practical sessions helped me to get
The group discussions helped me to get a wide perspective of how
this process works. GL
I found that the basic skills involved in the practice of
Therapeutic Touch have helped me to be more efficient in my own
For Personal Stories
about experiences with
Level 1, click here.
For Frequently Asked
Questions, click here.