IMT Videocast Series: Introduction & Videocast #1

"How to start and end a session!" | taught by Dr. Ayelet Connell, Kris Albrecht, Becky McConnell & Carol Gordon

Course description

Welcome to the IMT Videocast Series, created in collaboration with the Teaching Faculty of Manual Therapy Seminars (MTS) and the Clinical Faculty of Integrative Wellness & Physical Therapy (IWPT)! We are very excited to introduce this Videocast Series. The impetus for this Series was to help foster a greater sense of connection among the larger IMT community. During these IMT Videocasts, you will view a panel discussion, or rather a group conversation, among the teaching and clinical faculty of MTS and IWPT, focusing on a specific IMT topic. For this first Videocast, the group will be discussing how to start and end a session. The group that is participating in this first IMT Videocast is Dr. Ayelet Connell, Kris Albrecht, Becky McConnell, and Carol Gordon. We would love to hear from you. We welcome ideas for future IMT Videocast topics as well as any questions that may arise from these Videocasts. You may contact us at Info@ManualTherapySeminars.com as well as via our Facebook page: Manual Therapy Seminars. We hope you enjoy this IMT Videocast Series!

Dr. Ayelet Connell, Kris Albrecht, Becky McConnell & Carol Gordon
Dr. Ayelet Connell, Kris Albrecht, Becky McConnell & Carol Gordon

For more information about the IMT Videocast Series, to suggest topics for future IMT Videocasts, as well as learn information about future IMT courses, you may contact us at:
Info@ManualTherapySeminars.com
(860)519-1916
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Course Curriculum

Introduction to IMT Videocast Series
02:54
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IMT Videocast #1: How to start and end a session
20:11
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Reviews (5)

by Karen Stutman

good initiatives

by George Tseng
not the easiest subject to teach, not to mention on line thanks George Tseng

#1 How To Start and End aTreatment Session

by Barbara DeMatteo
Wonderful quick review and conversation! Thank you and nice to see you all.
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by Karen Stutman

good initiatives

by George Tseng
not the easiest subject to teach, not to mention on line thanks George Tseng

#1 How To Start and End aTreatment Session

by Barbara DeMatteo
Wonderful quick review and conversation! Thank you and nice to see you all.

patient evaluation techniques

by lisa doshier
Great to see all the familiar faces. Being on my own in Napa I appreciate hearing the different perspectives on assessment and grounding. It was a great reminder and refresher for me. Wishing I were closer to you all. Lisa

Videocast 1

by Barb Alguire
This was great!! Very broad spectrum and interesting discussion.