Honor, support and respect each person and the marvelous ability of self-healing within the human body.
Acknowledge the fact that generic craniosacral therapy belongs to the world.
Support local teachers and therapists--with honest fair trade practices--in educating the public about craniosacral therapy in their local communities and respecting and supporting teachers as they develop new ideas about craniosacral work.
Encourage therapists and healthcare practitioners of every kind to offer CST as conservative, preventative and integrative therapy in communities, schools, clinics, health clubs, retirement homes, rehabilitation centers, hospitals and anywhere there is an interest in mind/body/spirit healing touch.
Work with and encourage healthcare profession schools, colleges, universities, institutional training programs, and any and all continuing education providers in the development of generic craniosacral therapy research and curriculums.
Provide study and review opportunities for local therapists with seminars and practice/study group sessions such as: practicums, mentoring days and multi-day retreats.
Encourage every home to have one person able to give basic generic craniosacral therapy and healing touch as a way to assist families, friends and neighbors in dealing with the stresses of a troubled world.
Help make CST mainstream medicine.
Promote CST written material and traditional teaching methods which honor and respect the work of William G. Sutherland, D.O., and John E. Upledger, D.O., O.M.M., in order to "Make the world a touch better."
CSTA Mission Statement
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