Is Craniosacral Therapy a regulated profession?
A. No,Craniosacral Therapy is not a regulated profession.
Q. Do I receive certification upon completion of the training program?
A. Because CST is not a regulated profession, you do not receive certification at the end of the courses. However, you do receive ‘certificates of attendance’ documenting the number of hours of training, the date and course level.
Q.Do courses at the CTC qualify as Continuing Education Units?
A. All courses at the CTC are approved as Continuing Education Units with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, Trager Approach, and the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada. The massage boards of B.C., Alberta, Manitoba and Nova Scotia have also provided CEUs..
Q. After completing the Craniosacral Training Program, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, am I able to practice as a craniosacral therapist?
A. During the training you are able to begin utilizing the techniques immediately, and by completion of Part 3 of the Program your hands will be capable and you will be able to provide therapeutic craniosacral sessions. This training on its own though is not designed to specifically address all of the concerns of being a professional health care provider and you do not receive a license.