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Therapeutic Touch International
Contact Therapeutic Touch International (TTI) for more information about Therapeutic Touch, research, and standards of practice.
http://www.therapeutic-touch.org

Camp Indralaya
Camp Indralaya is a retreat center located on Orcas Island, Washington. Camp Indralaya provides opportunities to experience living in cooperative harmony with nature and each other. A variety of classes, workshops, and seminars are held throughout the summer months. Camp Indralaya offers educational courses on Therapeutic Touch. http://www.indralaya.org

Pumpkin Hollow Farm
Pumpkin Hollow Farm is a retreat center located in Craryville, New York. Programs and facilities provide opportunities for self-discovery, healing, and connecting with nature. Pumpkin Hollow Farm offers educational courses on Therapeutic Touch. http://www.pumpkinhollow.org

Therapeutic Touch Network of Arizona
Information on all levels of TT workshops in Arizona. Annual Sedona Retreat for TT practitioners. Support/Practice groups meet regularly, provide information on Therapeutic Touch International activities, up to date information on Therapeutic Touch,refer to qualified TT practitioners, who are available for inservices, and consultation. The TT support group is involved in additional activities, volunteering in a variety of settings, are available for community service, for those requesting TT service,information, inservices or consultation. http://www.therapeutic-touchnetwk.net

Northwest Therapeutic Touch Institute
Based in Eugene Oregon, offering classes, workshops, and TT sessions year round. http://www.nwtti.org

Positively Africa
We are a small non-profit with a big mission. We muster all the energy, love and resources we can to help our brothers and sisters in Africa fight the devastating scourge of HIV/AIDS. We teach and practice Therapeutic touch where there are limited medical resources. http://positivelyafrica.org/

Theosophical Society, Seattle Lodge
The Theosophical Society is an organization founded in New York City in 1875 to investigate the nature of the universe and humanity's place in it, to promote understanding of other cultures, and to be a nucleus of universal brotherhood among all human beings. Today the Society has branches in some sixty countries, with its international headquarters in India. http://www.seattle-ts.org/

Therapeutic Touch Network Germany
Is an association of TT practitioners and teacher offering information about TT, workshops, classes and network activities in Germany. Our aim is to get TT more and more established into professional medical work in hospitals and nursing homes. We cooperate with the Network Therapeutic Touch Teachers in Austria.
web: http://www.therapeutic-touch-netzwerk.de
Email: office@therapeutic-touch-netzwerk.de

Janet Goldenbogen-Self
Janet draws from her 30 years experience in the health care field to guide clients towards wholeness. Her psychic, intuitive gifts are expressed in the formats of Akashic record readings; Shamanic techniques; energy balancing using the methods of Therapeutic Touch, Reiki, and Polarity therapies; whole foods nutrition and weight management educational support for the individual and group. Experience one or a combination of therapies on your path towards wholeness and wellness. Training classes available for many of the above therapies. http://www.holistictherapiespt.com

Cathleen Fanslow
Cathleen Fanslow is a long time Therapeutic Touch Practitioner and Teacher. In addition, Fanslow is an internationally-acclaimed expert in the fields of death, dying, grief, and hospice care. She has presented over 600 workshops and lectures on the subject and was the keynote speaker at the first and second International Congress for Hospice and Palliative Care in Rome. Fanslow developed the “Standards of Care for the Dying Patient” program used throughout the U.S. Veterans Administration hospital system and the “Standards for Nursing Practice for the Care of the Dying” program used statewide in New York. http://www.cathleenfanslow.com

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