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About The Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust

The Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust was founded by Michael Kern and Franklyn Sills in 1989, and is established as a school of excellence offering in-depth courses in a clear and accessible way.

Our trainings emphasise the development of practical skills to provide the required foundations to effectively practice Craniosacral Therapy in a professional capacity. Student learning is comprehensively supported by supervision and feedback from tutors, and clinical experience is gained during the latter stages of the training at the Trust's unique teaching clinic in London.

Within the school's "biodynamic" approach there is an emphasis to work in cooperation with the underlying forces that govern our health. This involves taking a whole person and patient centred approach to treatment that incorporates an appreciation of body, mind and spirit.

We have been at the cutting edge of the development of biodynamic Craniosacral practices and have a very experienced team of tutors including some of the leading teachers in the field. The Course Director of the school is Tracy Evans.

Successful completion of the course leads to a professional diploma in Craniosacral Therapy and all graduates are awarded the designated letters BCST (Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist). The BCST award comes from the Trust as part of its membership of the International Affiliation of Biodynamic Trainings.

Graduates are also eligible to join the Association Of Physical And Natural Therapies (APNT), Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), British Complementary Medicine Association (BCMA) and many other international Craniosacral practitioner associations. APNT and CNHC are professional bodies in the UK that maintain standards and protect both Craniosacral Therapy practitioners and their clients.




The Trust also offers:

  • a comprehensive programme of continuing professional development courses with leading teachers of Craniosacral Therapy and allied fields.
  • regular 'taster' introductory weekends in Craniosacral Therapy.
  • an interactive and experiential Living Anatomy foundation course.
  • a teaching clinic in London providing low cost Craniosacral Therapy treatments.
  • landmark 'Breath of Life Conferences'.
  • lovely room hire facilities for classes and seminars.

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Forthcoming Events
& Training
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Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Practitioner Training, starting in December 2019 - comprehensive course with a holistic approach

We have one place available to join our 2019-21 Practitioner Training at the second seminar on December 12th-15th 2019. Work from the first seminar can be caught up with private tutorials. This training provides a great foundation to practice Craniosacral Therapy in a professional capacity and is taught by a highly experienced team of teachers.

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Living Anatomy - an experiential course in anatomy and physiology starts on January 25th-26th 2020

Just a few places remaining! This interactive and experiential course is open to all and has a commitment to learning that's both informative and enjoyable. It is taught in the format of eight weekend seminars and is particularly suitable for those with little or no prior experience who wish to study Craniosacral Therapy. Fully accredited by the Association of Physical and Natural Therapists.

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Transference And Countertransference: Personal And Relational Dynamics with Dr. Jim Feil D.C., B.C.S.T., R.P.T. on January 30th-February 2nd 2020

A highly practical view of transference and countertransference and how to work with these in therapeutic situations. Great opportunity to study with Jim Feil!

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