LOCATIONS & DATES

A Person-Centered Approach to Manual Therapy
Mayo Clinic, Eau Claire Physical Therapy Clinic
Eau Claire, WI
Saturday, April 26, 2014: OPEN



West Coast College of British Columbia
New Westminster, BC, V3M 1A7
Saturday, July 5, 2014: OPEN




REQUIREMENTS

For the Mayo course, you must be an employee of Mayo Clinic.


CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS

- WPTA: 8 CEUs
- NCBTMB: 8 CEU's
- CMTBC: CEU's Pending


REGISTRATION INFO

Workshop fee is $195 per person.




COURSE SUMMARY

In this one-day course, therapists will learn manual skills
to effectively treat myofascial restrictions and learn
the clinical importance of personal boundaries, empathy,
self-regulation and intention with emphasis on principles
and techniques that strengthen the therapeutic
relationship, deactivate patients' stress response and
empower positive changes for improved outcomes.


WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING


"Great course! Enjoyed thoughtful integration of myofascial release and excellent balance of lecture vs. lab."
Jered Kuehn, PT


"I really appreciated the labs and the video in support of the techniques. Anthony did a great job of presenting both portions of the course - the day flew by."
Kristin, PT


"Very professional and thorough. Great job. More please!"
Chris Buske, LMT

ABOUT ANTHONY

Anthony McMorran, RMT(BC), NCTMB, graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy 2400 hour program in 1989. A self-employed massage therapist with 25 years of experience, he had an established practice as a health care professional in British Columbia and now lives in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, teaching at Globe University, offering CEU's for other therapists and is a staff therapist at Optimum Therapies.


He uses multiple manual techniques with a foundation in myofascial release to address the specific needs of his clients and has learned how influential both stress and trauma can be in effecting client's outcomes. His emphasis is on the interpersonal dynamics of the therapeutic relationship, self-awareness, the role of dysregulation of the autonomic nervous system and the importance of connecting with each client to maximize their potential and improve quality of life.


Certifications: "Expert" John F. Barnes' Myofascial Release Therapist, Self-Regulation Therapy: Foundations (Canadian Foundation for Trauma Research and Education).