CTP May 13-17, 2020 Lake Myvatn, Iceland
IAHE Educational Services Liaison: Lincie McGuire
The Comprehensive Therapy Program (CTP) is a client centered, hands-on holistic process, where the therapy is guided by the healing inner wisdom of the client.
Usually, clients are referred to CTPs by a CranioSacral Therapist who will have discussed its suitability with you prior to attending. However, this is not mandatory. You may simply complete an application, provide your health history and information, sign the required waivers and agree to payment terms. We ask for a deposit upon registration for participation as your deposit must be received to confirm your place in a CTP.
We begin our therapy days at 9:00 am with a meeting for both clients and therapists. Bathroom or comfort breaks are jointly agreed upon by client and the primary therapist. Clients are assigned a therapy team for the day consisting of a primary therapist; one or more support therapists and various adjunctive therapists may join the team to provide specific treatment. All clients will be treated in a large space in the treatment facility during the therapy day.
We break for one hour daily for lunch, we then go back to work until we end the therapy day between 3:30 and 4:00 pm. The therapists then have an end of day meeting.
Caregivers will be included in the daily discussions and activities. Please let us know if caregivers will accompany the client, so that we may plan accordingly, as well as inform us of any special needs. Pre-registration is required for both clients and therapists.
Satellite/Sponsor: Upledger Iceland
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Note: Seminar price subject to change. Please confirm price by contacting Satellite/Sponsor via links above.
You may pay in US$ at the current exchange rate + 8% by calling our U.S. Florida office.
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