Cal Cates and Cathy Ryan welcome Pam Fitch to discuss the question of essential vs. non-essential, and how massage therapy fits into healthcare, even while we are not practicing.
About Pam Fitch:
For more than thirty years, Canadian massage therapy educator, writer, researcher and long-time practitioner, Pamela Fitch, has explored professional, ethical and communicative challenges faced by manual therapists. She remains particularly interested in how massage therapy affects clients who have experienced trauma, post-traumatic stress and complex pain conditions. A committed educator, she has been recognized with several awards for teaching.
Pam’s web site:
For a copy of Pam’s textbook, Talking Body Listening Hands, go to: