Therapeutic Massage Program Earns COMTA Re-Accreditations - The Therapeutic Program is please to announce they received notification that their
program is reaccredited to teach massage therapy until April 2024. Re-accreditation
is a process that acknowledges schools and programs for achieving high quality performance,
and integrity. They evaluate schools and programs based on a set of defined educational
and professional standards. The evaluation is completed by an outside party, accreditation
is an unbiased demonstration of the quality the program and institution. [Read more about the Massage Therapy Accreditation]
Hospital-based Massage Therapy Training - This course is designed for licensed massage therapists in New England. Enhance
your clinical skills by working with individuals in an oncology environment , now
recruiting for 2019.
Advanced Training for Massage Therapists - These courses are designed for licensed massage therapists and health care practitioners
in New England. All courses are designed to be informative, interactive and practical.
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In a CompetitiveSelection process - Regina Cobb was one of the top applicants selected to begin the first Oncology
Massage Program at Boston Medical Center and Department of Family Medicine/Integrative
Medicine. Boston Medical Center is a large inner-city hospital that serves a diverse
and under-served population. Cancer care at Boston Medical Center is a comprehensive
and centralized service expressly designed for high quality care, comfort, and privacy.
[Read more about Regina Cobb]