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Name: Caire Sherlock
E-Mail: [email protected]
Date of message:September 27th 2000.
Comments: I think that a person can have a string of QUALIFICATIONS AS LONG AS THEIR ARM, THIS DOESNT REALLY MAKE THEM A GOOD THERAPIST. Good practice and knowledge is better than a string of letters after your name. Not to say these do not matter as they do but not all qualified people are necessarily good at what they do know matter what their field of work.

Name: Debbie Broadhurst.
E-Mail: [email protected]
Date of message:23 August, 2000.
Comments: I logged on to your web-site after receiving an e-mail from you inviting me to register my information with your organisation. However, I am dissappointed to discover that you do not seem to have any members who have the V.A.I. qualifications I.I.H.H.T. (International Institute for Health and Holistic Therapies) or I.C.H.T.(International Coucil of Holistic Therapists) or F.H.T. (Federation of Holistic Therapists) These are the qualifications whiich I have obtained after completing one years full-time course at Worsley College. The Training is extremely thorough and includes modules covering, Counselling. Anatomy and Physiology, Diet and Nutrition, First Aid as well as Aromatherapy, Reflexology and Swedish Massage. I feel that many organisations are ignoring these qualifications without just cause. I hope that this is not the case with yourselves. I would welcome your comments. I have contacted the organisations relevant to myself that you list as being recognised as an indication to potential clients of "properly" qualified Therapists. However, ALL have told me that to become a member of their organisation I would be required to a) pay a fee and b) complete their own study/Training Course. I feel that this is totally unfair and could even be seen as a lucrative business incentive in some cases. I would welcome your comments and look forward to hearing from you.