TT – Canada


A once in a lifetime opportunity to learn about our history from our pioneers!

Sunday April 10th on Zoom 12:30 B.C., 1:30 Alberta, 2:30 Manitoba, 3:30 Ontario/Quebec, 4:30 Atlantic

  • Opening comments, welcome – Betty Whitney, TTNC President
  • TTIA history– Mary Anne Hanley, TTIA President
  • TTNO history– Crystal Hawk
  • TTNA history – Phyllis Paterson
  • ATTN history– Cherry Whitaker
  • TTNQ history – Irma Bubolic
  • BCTTNS history – Cheryl Larden
  • MTTN history-Tanya Sabourin
  • TTNC history – Marion Cameron (Past President) and Chery Ann Hoffmeyer
  • Future directions, Closing – Betty Whitney

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Therapeutic Touch Networks of Canada / Les Réseaux Toucher Thérapeutique du Canada

President: Betty Whitney
Past President and Treasurer:
Marion Cameron
Betty Whitney, President TTNC
Email: [email protected]
This is the umbrella organization for all regional Therapeutic Touch networks in Canada.

British Columbia Therapeutic Touch Network (BCTTNS)
Susan Rutherford, President
Email: [email protected]
The formation of the BCTTNS had its beginnings in June of 1996 when a small group of interested Therapeutic Touch practitioners met with Mary Simpson from the Ontario Therapeutic Touch® Network to discuss the idea of starting a Network in B.C. On January 20, 1997, the British Columbia Therapeutic Touch® Network was formally identified as an entity when it had an approved mandate and a Steering Committee formed by volunteers who assumed various committee positions. It now consists of a full executive and a representative from each of 10 regions around the province.

Susan Rutherford, President

Therapeutic Touch Network Alberta

Contact: Sheila Camp
Email: [email protected]
Therapeutic Touch Network of Alberta (TTNA)  is a not-for-profit organization, established in 1994 and operated by volunteers, who are Therapeutic Touch practitioners.  The Network was created to promote the ethical practice of Therapeutic Touch and in response to client requests for Therapeutic Touch practitioners. TTNA also serves as a resource and communications network for Therapeutic Touch practitioners, teachers and the general public.

Therapeutic Touch Network Ontario

Contact: Mary Jane Cowtan, President
Email: [email protected]
Facebook Page:
Incorporated in 1994 as a non-profit organization, the TTNO provides a Referral Service that matches clients with Recognized Practitioners. Recognized Teachers provide workshops for education in Therapeutic Touch® in many cities throughout Ontario. Funds are raised through member fees, fund raising activities and donations.

Crystal Hawk and Mary Simpson – Co-Founders of TTNO

Quebec Therapeutic Touch / Le Réseau du Toucher Thérapeutique du Québec

Contact: Susan Hamilton
Email: [email protected]
Website (English):
Website (French):

The Atlantic Therapeutic Touch Network / Le Réseau Toucher Thérapeutique de l’Atlantique (ATTN)

Contact: Judy Donovan Whitty
Email: [email protected]
The Atlantic Therapeutic Touch Network is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the practice and acceptance of a modality known as Therapeutic Touch as developed by Dolores Krieger, PH.D., R.N. NYU, Professor Emerita and Dora Kunz.  ATTN does this by providing professional standards for education and practice.

Judy Donovan-Whitty, President

Manitoba Therapeutic Touch Network

Contact: Tanya Sabourin
Email: [email protected]
Facebook Page:

Manitoba TT Network