The practice of massage therapy can feel isolated. As therapists grow and encounter a greater variety of clients in their practice, they often encounter scenarios where they need the listening ears and lived experience of a variety of therapists to decide on the best client care.
Mental health professions use regular, structured group meetings, called Consultation, to examine their own work and their identity as professionals. Using this model, massage therapists can also grow in the profession, identify their strengths, and build clientele around those strengths. With a structured group for support and accountability, massage therapists can renew their knowledge and commitment to the profession, and thus improve the quality of care they deliver.
This course will be delivered online, through one full class meeting and one learning partner meeting per month. It will be limited to 12 participants.
24 CEUs (4 in Ethics)