In the next few days, I am going to be starting a new series of posts here at AWG, and I am really excited about this one. As I’ve been researching schools etc. I have come across tons of different complementary and alternative therapies; many that I didn’t even know existed. I was curious to learn more about each, and the experiences that all these different practitioners have had with each modality.
So I decided to start a series where I “spotlight” a specific therapy in each post. We will get to meet a practitioner of that particular therapy, learn about them and their practice, and read a case study (or two).
I think this will be a great resource for everyone. Those of you who are practitioners will get a chance to learn from others’ experiences and maybe even find a new therapy you want to try yourself, and for pet owners, this series can help you learn about different alternative ways to deal with a variety of physical and psychological issues in animals. Remember that these are complementary therapies, and it is important to always check with your vet before booking any appointments though.
Each post will have three sections: First, an introduction to the “spotlighted” therapy, then a piece on the featured practitioner, and last the case study, in the practitioner’s own words.
I started to contact a few practitioners to see if they were interested in participating in this, and the response has been tremendous. I have really been overwhelmed by the kindness and generosity of everyone I have communicated with. All have been more than willing to share their stories and experiences, and I quickly realized that I will have way more than one case study per therapy to share. I will be posting them all, one at a time, so keep checking back.
If you are a practitioner or pet owner with a case study or story to share, please contact me. I’d love to post them.
Here is a small sampling of the complementary therapies we will cover:
- Color Therapy
the list goes on… As I mentioned above, I will start this series in the next few days, so stay tuned! 🙂
For a short introduction to each therapy and links to all related case studies and posts, see the Alternative Health Care Modalities post.