OCTOBER 29 & 30, 2022 ON ZOOM

Transform, Transcend

(Transmogrify – to transform in a surprising or magical manner)

Speaker: Diane May

Diane May RN, RT, QTTT is a true healer for our time, blending entrepreneurial skills with her passion for teaching to help others help themselves. The author of the popular Therapeutic Touch Handbook series, she brings over 34 years of experience with TT and combines her extensive background in the field of human energy work, and management and administration to create highly successful workshops worldwide. Diane is the Past President of both TTNO and Therapeutic Touch International Association.

Description: Two 4-hour Sessions on Zoom

These two collaborative and experiential sessions are designed to firstly identify challenges, both personal and professional, arising from both your pandemic experience and more recent changes to Therapeutic Touch® (TT). From there, explore how the personal issues impact you as a teacher, then create action plans to move through these impediments. A practicum is included to integrate your learning.

On the second day you will: explore teaching TT as a business; develop strategies to attract students; explore marketing strategies for your classes; discuss how to grow and support the group of teachers realizing that you can choose to be either part of the solution or part of the problem. How can you actively support each other and the organization? Also, you will look at what resources are available and what else might be accessible.

Finally, a discussion about whatever else concerns the group generally.


  1. Identify personal challenges presented to you by your pandemic experience,
  2. Identify professional
  3. Explore how personal challenges relate to or underscore professional challenges.
  4. Create action plans for the top 3 of
  5. Develop 3 strategies to attract
  6. Discuss marketing strategies for workshops
  7. Discuss resources available to
  8. Explore teaching TT as a business.

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