We are pleased to announce that Sarah Guyan (nee Ridgway) a past student of the Institute and member of the post graduate association has been appointed as Complementary Therapies Lead at St Christopher’s Hospice (Sydenham and Orpington).
We are further pleased to announce that St Christopher’s Hospice are presenting a volunteering opportunity to qualified students of Richdales Institute. Volunteering at St Christopher’s offers many benefits to therapists including the training you will receive as well as the experience of working in a team environment within a professional multi-disciplinary setting. You can read more about this opportunity in this Newsletter.
In this edition:
- Qualified and interested in Volunteering?
- Massage shown to be more effective than usual medical intervention for low back pain sufferers
- Learn to treat back pain more effectively
As always we are here to help you succeed in your career in Complementary Medicine and we always value your feedback in how we can serve you better.