continuing education classes for LMTs in Oregon and Washington
the ethics of client-centered presence
Client-centered presence is an essential component of the therapeutic relationship, an ethical responsibility, and a commitment we make to our clients. However, at times our human bodies and minds can make this challenging to achieve or sustain. In this class, we will discuss what client-centered presence is (and isn’t), what threatens it, and why it matters. We will explore prevention strategies to minimize the likelihood of losing this client-centered presence, and what we can do in the moment when it inevitably happens.
My intention is to provide a safe space within which you can engage in honest self-reflection and dialogue with your peers. There will be opportunities for writing, small and large group discussion, guided mindfulness activities...and space for whatever else we co-create.
This four-hour course satisfies the ethics, communication, and boundaries continuing education requirement for massage therapists in Oregon and Washington.
Who: Massage therapists
Upcoming workshop dates:
1/21, 2/25, 3/4, 4/8, 5/20, 6/3, 7/8, 8/5, 9/9 All of the above classes are on Sundays from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Where: East West College of the Healing Arts, 525 NE Oregon St., Portland, OR 97232, Room TBD
*East West College alumni, staff, and faculty discounts available.