Greetings AMTA-CT!

By Becca Torns-Barker Spring is traditionally a time of rebirth and revitalization. What a perfect time to reinvigorate your practice with AMTA by your side. With over 74,000 members, the AMTA is poised to do more for us and our profession than ever before. Some of the

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Membership News

By Jennifer Fournier-Dubree With springtime right around the corner, it might be that time for you to find some fresh new beginnings. We have exciting changes happening on our AMTA site that may be just what you need to get your fresh glow on. If you have

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Wishing You Warm Winter Greetings

By Becca Torns-Barker Hello fellow members! I hope this finds you well as we are approaching winter. The chapter has had a very busy fall, so I know that I personally am looking forward to some quiet time this winter, which is also a natural time for

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Community Service Massage Team

By Jody Clouse Greetings from the CSMT! This fall CSMT held two events. The Outreach Division participated in the CT Mission of Mercy event that provides dental care for those in need. Carol Radzunas coordinated the successful event at which 13 therapists provided 300 massages. This event

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Written goals are dreams with deadlines

By Sharon Lewis Sharon Lewis, owner of Adivcoach, shares with us some strategies to help set your goals, and accomplish them! Sharon will be speaking at our January chapter meeting. Written goals are dreams with deadlines What is the vision for your practice? What would you like

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Membership News

By Jennifer Fournier-Dubree As I sit, reflecting on the many blessings of this past year, I want to thank each of our members for their contributions to our growing CT AMTA Chapter. You may not know, but we are one of the largest chapters in the country,

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Summary of the AMTA-CT Chapter Membership Meeting

We started the meeting with a survey, which was almost the same as the one the chapter sent out electronically. The results of the survey from those in attendance, however, were very different from those collected online. This gave the Board some interesting data to interpret at

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