Comprehensive Therapy Programs
We invite you to attend a Comprehensive Therapy Program (CTP) where CranioSacral Therapy integrates multiple modalities of treatment in a 5-day program that effectively and profoundly facilitates healing. Our programs are held at various national and international locations staffed by our diverse community of therapists.
A CTP has the capacity to be a truly life altering experience for some. For others it is a start or a significant part of the process of healing and experiencing life.
A Comprehensive Therapy Program incorporates many modalities of healthcare both traditional and innovative. All Integrative Intentions therapists are trained in Upledger CranioSacral Therapy (CST) and many are Techniques and Diplomate Certified by the Upledger Institute. Each therapist blends their unique nature, skills and healing modalities with integrative intentions.
The Comprehensive Therapy Program is a client centered, hands-on holistic process where the therapy is guided by the healing inner wisdom of the client. Usually, clients are referred to our programs by a CranioSacral therapist who will have determined its suitability with the client prior to attending.
A deposit is required with registration in order to confirm your place in the program. After you have registered, you will receive specific information about the program you are attending.
The Comprehensive Therapy Programs are currently designed for 8-11 clients and span five consecutive days with morning and afternoon treatment sessions. Since continuity is very important in these programs, we encourage you to participate in all five days. All clients will be treated in a large treatment space during the therapy day. They will also have use of other therapeutic facilities such as a heated pool, barn/yard for equine therapy or a massage room, if the client and therapy team wish to utilize them (available facilities may depend on program location). During a program, there may be as many as 30-40 therapists present. Therapist-Client teams are organized and rotated to consist of a primary therapist and one or more support therapists for each client, each day. An adjunctive (or floating) therapist may be available to provide a specific treatment modality (such as acupuncture) to enhance the treatment.