|11-06-2007, 06:24 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2007
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I'm scheduled to take the Simple Contact class in San Francisco next month, but am excited by the discussions here and wanted to introduce myself:
I have been a PT for 6 years, and a bodyworker for 14 years (trained in Shiatsu, Rosen Method, and Chi Nei Tsang--Taoist form of abdominal massage). My path has taken me from "alternative" medicine which continually impressed me on how effective and life-changing it could be (even with my healthy scepticism I was constantly amazed at the changes I saw in people) to a Master's in PT which helped ground me in the sciences and evidence-based practice but definitely has its limitations. I am looking for an approach that blends the best of both and takes a "bigger picture" of what health is and Simple Contact and MFR seem to be great starts (I took MFR I with John Barnes last year).
I own my own practice and am also looking to move away from insurance billing towards a cash practice (providing Superbills) and would welcome any feedback on how best to accomplish this.
On a personal note: I'm married with a beautiful 2 month old son and like to hike and dance.
Great to be here and looking forward to the class next month.
Ravi (to avoid confusion, I'm a female)
|11-06-2007, 08:01 PM||#2|
Writer and Clinician
Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
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Thank you for taking the time to read here and then actually post. You'll find in a few weeks that this is a rare event among my prospective students and certainly among those who have been invited here personally by me at the courses.
I think you've an interesting background and I welcome your attendance.
Barrett L. Dorko P.T.