Saturday and Sunday, March 16 – 17, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. CT both days
$190 includes CNE 14 units and handouts.
In this Therapeutic Touch® (TT) course, we build on the knowledge, skills, and insights acquired through the TT Foundations course and regular TT practice. This course supports and enhances the learner’s evolving and deepening understanding of Therapeutic Touch. We will explore in-depth approaches for assisting individuals with a variety of health challenges. It includes more hands-on practice, reflective inquiry, and self-inquiry exercises. And as always, peace and healing are the nature of the class for all who come! This course satisfies the second class required for the credential of Qualified Therapeutic Touch Practitioner (QTTP) however it is open to those who wish to deepen their practice but are not pursuing a QTTP. All sessions are required.
Prerequisite required: Foundations of Therapeutic Touch.
Location: 1926 N. Main Street in Wheaton, IL
Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) Units – The Transpersonal Nature of Therapeutic Touch® This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA), an accredited approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation #1472.
Marilyn Johnston-Svoboda, EdD, RN, QTTT, has been practicing TT since the early 80s. She is a student of Dora Kunz* and Dr. Dolores Krieger, creators of TT. A retired nursing professor, she teaches TT to numerous groups of nurses, nursing students and community individuals. She mentors students and sees individuals privately for TT. Marilyn is a member of Therapeutic Touch International Association (TTIA) and has served as the TTIA Credentialing Trustee. She currently serves on the Education and Community committees for TTIA. She integrates her holistic value system and beliefs, which are reflective of her Native American heritage, into her TT practice and teaching. Marilyn creates a caring and peaceful environment for those who come to learn or receive TT.
Jane Cornman RN, Ph.D., QTTT loves to share her experiences with and awe of TT since being a student of Dora Kunz and Dr. Delores Krieger for 20 years beginning in the late 70’s at Indralaya, the Theosophical Camp on Orcas Island, WA. She is faculty emeritus from the University of Washington, Seattle, and Tacoma nursing programs. She is a member of TTIA, Therapeutic Touch Professional Associates (TTPA), and serves on the TTIA Community Care Committee, and on the board of TTPA. She has taught classes on Integrative Health, Health Coaching, and ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and is known for her “Jersey” accent and humor.