Documents in this section:
- IABT Curriculum Guidelines
- Standards for Education
- Code of Professional Conduct
- Complaint Procedures
IABT is not a practitioner organization, and it does not have standard practitioner regulations that are uniform for all schools and graduates. Each school exists within its own regulatory system, such as a state or national agency, and professional conduct is ultimately regulated by these offices. Each school also teaches about biodynamic craniosacral therapy in its own way, with variations in areas of emphasis including professional conduct.
To become BCST, a student must give 150 practice sessions, and this is often done incrementally during the course as a way to develop skills taught in each module. During this learning period, students may not yet be subject to a particular regulatory system.
IABT schools have adopted a Code of Professional Conduct and this document is readily available for their students, to guide conduct during the practice session period and subsequently. The Code can be developed by a regulatory group such as a professional association, by a state agency, or by an individual school for its own graduates.
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