Center for Compassionate Touch LLC
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"Compassionate Touch has positively impacted my massage work. This video is a must for anyone who wishes to enhance caregiving. It is perfect for family caregivers, health care workers and bodyworkers alike. Using Compassionate Touch techniques is the greatest gift you can give yourself and those you care for!"
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Level 1 Workshop - Katy, TX (Houston)

February 10 - 12, 2012

Location

The Grace Care Center of Katy
23553 West Fernhurst Dr
Katy , TX 77494

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Contact

Center for Compassionate Touch
417-844-8514
info@compassionate-touch.org

Description

 Compassionate Touch Level 1 Workshop: This 2 1/2 day workshop is for massage therapists or health professionals who wish to serve elders, and the ill or dying person. Training includes: Common conditions and unique needs of elders in long term care; benefits of massage for individuals in care settings; sensitive massage techniques; comfort positioning; safety and precautions; accessing a person in a wheelchair or hospital bed; introduction to massage in care of those with dementia; specialized communication skills and introduction to expanding massage practice into care settings. Compassionate Touch sessions with elders are a part of this training. Your hands-on experience is deepened as all of our training is held in a long term care facility. Instructor: Cheryl Victor

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20 CE Credits
Tuition: $450.00

Schedule:
Friday-5pm-9pm
Saturday and Sunday 9am-5:30pm

Cancellation Policy: In the event that you are not able to attend your scheduled event-all tuition payments are transferable to any course up to 1 year from original course date or you may send a substitute. In the event that the workshop is rescheduled, you have the option of transferring your registration to any future workshop or you may request a tuition refund. We will make every effort to notify you of a reschedule 1 week prior to the workshop date.

 

 

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