2019 TTIA Election Ballot

Election Ballot 2019 Election of Board of Trustees

  • Nominations have been received for TTIA President-Elect. These nominations are being put forward for election. All members of TTIA are eligible to vote. The deadline for voting is August 31st, 2019. Even though there may only be one candidate, we urge you to vote to support the candidates and TTIA. . Once the election is closed, the Nominating Committee will tally the ballots and announce the election results to the membership via the next e-newsletter from Cindy Cole, President. Please submit your ballot by clicking on the submit button below, or copy this ballot and send it via USPS mail to TTIA, PO Box 130 Delmar, NY 12054, by email to [email protected] or by fax: (509) 693-3537.
  • Beth has been practicing Therapeutic Touch® since 1995 and has participated in the Montana Dialogues and TT Congresses. She is credentialed as a TT Teacher and Practitioner and has studied with both Dolores Krieger and Dora Kunz. Beth is the immediate past Vice-President and current President of Therapeutic Touch East Coast, a satellite chapter of Therapeutic Touch International. Over the years, Beth has taught TT as part of the teaching faculty at the Center for Wellness and Integrative Medicine within the Northwell Health System and was their TT practice group coordinator. As the Coordinator of the Integrative Healing Arts Program at the Head Injury Association since 2009, Beth has continued the process of health care transformation by providing Therapeutic Touch for the staff and the clients diagnosed with acquired brain injury and autism. She is actively researching TT as it applies to young adults who are on the autistic spectrum. Beth is committed to the evolution of Therapeutic Touch and will be presenting at Congress this year on the relationship between Therapeutic Touch and Quantum Physics. In addition to her experience as Vice President and President of Therapeutic Touch East Coast, Inc., Beth is a holistic nurse consult and provides interdisciplinary staff development for community health agencies, hospital affiliated holistic nursing councils, corporations and school districts. She developed the first holistic Early Intervention program into school districts on Long Island in conjunction with the Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) and the Department of Mental Health. This program expanded and was adapted for grades K-12 and became a BOCES Integrative Holistic Health program available to school districts throughout New York State in order to meet the academic and health care needs of both neurotypical and neuroatypical students
 

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