Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/11/2020
10:00 am - 5:30 pm

Location
Hilton Garden Inn - 85 Glastonbury Boulevard, Glastonbury, CT 06033


9:00am                       Doors Open
9:30-11:00am            Business Meeting
11:00-12:00pm         Break and lunch on your own
12:00-3:00pm            Education Workshop – 3 CEs “Clarifying the Scope of Practice Within the Massage Therapy Profession”

A coffee and tea beverage station will be available all day.

 

Clarifying the Scope of Practice Within the Massage Thearpy Profession
Instructor: Scott Raymond LMT, BCTMB

Over the past 20 years, the definition of the scope of practice for massage therapists has become deeper and more expansive.  Massage therapy is practiced by more practitioners, at more locations, with more modalities than ever before.  Whether you are service based in a spa or salon or orthopedically based and more clinical in your approach, work in a franchise or spa as an employee, a subcontractor at a clinic, or are a solo practitioner, this class will help clarify what we can do, and what falls out of our scope of practice.

During this 3-hour ethics class facilitated by Scott Raymond LMT, we will discuss the scope of practice as it applies to the profession, and how the scope can be deeply clarified to serve your clients and your community.  How we as therapists communicate with prospective clients, colleagues, policy makers, and other healthcare professionals is so important for the field of massage therapy. Being able to clearly and confidently communicate what our scope of practice is educates the public, informs policy makers, and puts confidence in other health care professionals to comfortably refer to a massage therapist.  We will discuss how to have a clear definition moving forward, and how to speak with different demographics about the field of massage therapy. 

Not only will we discuss the importance of a clear and uniform scope of practice, but we will discuss the importance of individuality within the practice of massage therapy.

Space is limited to 100 attendees, do not wait to sign up.

Please note there is only 1 hour between the Chapter Meeting and the Education Workshop. Bring your lunch or grab a quick bite in Glastonbury.

Education is free for AMTA Members with a non-refundable registration fee:

AMTA members only $10

New 2020 Education Policy:   Free education events now have a non-refundable registration fee.  Should you register for a Free AMTA-CT Chapter education workshop and be unable to attend, you MUST cancel your registration no later than 72 hours prior to the start of the class. Those registrants who fail to cancel and do not attend the workshop will be prohibited from attending any Free AMTA CT Chapter education workshops for 12 months.

ADA assistance is available upon request.

 

Instructor Bio: Scott Raymond LMT, BCTMB

Scott has been a licensed massage therapist and active volunteer for the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) since 1998 as a member, the Connecticut Chapter President and currently holds the position of a National Director.  He was an instructor of kinesiology at the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy for 11 years, taught for The World Skin Project, a nonprofit organization that he co-founded with Annie Powell and has taught for many AMTA Chapters across the country.

His practice is an eclectic blend of eastern and western styles of bodywork.  He has studied the work of Bob Pecora PTA, LMT, Bob King, Ralph Stevens, James Waslowski, the Lotus Palm method of Thai-Yoga Bodywork, Cupping Therapy, Gua Sha, Embodyoga teacher training, and has been a certified personal trainer from the National Academy of Sports Medicine.