IABT was founded in 2006 to support and develop the work of schools teaching a biodynamic approach to craniosacral therapy. IABT promotes quality, innovation and responsibility in the design and implementation of biodynamic craniosacral therapy education and practice.
- IABT schools offer the designation BCST (Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist) to graduates of their 700-hour training and also a post-graduate designation ABD (Advanced Biodynamic Diploma) indicating an additional 300 hours of training.
- IABT schools use Suggested Learning Outcomes, Standards for Education and a Code of Professional Conduct, and related common understandings, as described on this site.
- IABT uses a decentralized model of professional support; activities and management are locally administered within the autonomous systems of the member schools.
- For more information see our Frequently Asked Questions