- Placement Assistance
- Job Openings
- Resume Bank
Building a professional network of practitioners in your field is an important aspect of maintaining a successful career. CNS aims to maintain a database of Certified Neurosomatic Specialists in order to provide useful information periodically and allow graduates to stay connected with their classmates. Once you’ve become part of the CNS family, you’ll always be a member. After graduation you’ll be part of a network that keeps you connected with other professionals in your industry.
In this interview, Eddy Lugo (certified neurosomatic therapist) shares how he came to be so fascinated with the breath and its impact on the body. He shares how you can tell if someone is not breathing optimally, how you can cue them to practice better breathing, and how important breath-work is for people who have anxiety attacks.
September 13, 2019
In this session, Shila shares what she has learned in opening her own clinic (the joys and the messes). She also shares how she has integrated her experiences as a Julliard-trained dancer with years of varied studies in the body and movement worlds into her current therapy practice and view of the body as an interconnected tensegrity system. She also discusses how incredibly important it is for massage therapy to be paired with exercise, to effect real and lasting change. Shila has such passion and vision and love for the body and its capacity to heal itself! Such a good episode.
August 28, 2019
Randy Clark is the founder of the St. John-Clark Pain Treatment Center and the Center for Neurosomatic Studies. In this session we discuss:
– Common pitfalls new therapists fall into.
– How to build up a book of business.
– Being mindful of what kinds of patients/pathologies you want to treat.
– How to solidify what you learned in school.
– The timeline from moving to total noob to comfortable to confident.
August 20, 2019
In this video, neurosomatic therapist Matt Christman shares how he built up his mobile practice. He shares how he keeps himself organized, how he retains clients, and how important self-development and an attitude of gratitude has been to his success.
August 17, 2019
In this video, Dan discusses how his practice has evolved since graduation from the Center for Neurosomatic Studies. He also shares what he has learned in building a practice from scratch in his hometown of Philadelphia.
August 12, 2019
In this video, certified neurosomatic therapist Mel Lugo shares tips on how to use networking groups like BNI to build up your manual therapy business. Networking – how, what, where, when, and why!
July 30, 2019
Discussion with Kelly regarding challenges faced by a new therapist. We talk about therapist longevity, how long it takes a patient to get better, how to handle sensitive patients, how long it takes to feel competent, etc.
July 23, 2019
Do you guys know what you’ve given me? I am so busy! In the last year I have done more solid good for people in my community than I did in the previous 5 years I spent as an active EMT. I’m serious. Shocked and regularly awed and dead serious. So, thank you! I owe my thanks to Randy, Paul, Kevin, and Ramona and your folks and everyone there. I really REALLY love my job. 🙂 Thank you!
The teachers and assistants were excellent. As a long time student of many subjects revolving around anatomy, I was in awe of the incredible depth of their knowledge. Each complemented the other’s strengths extremely well, making for an impressive team of caring and intelligent educators.
Extended classes are the way to go. It makes it cohesive, so one can see how the parts fit together. I thought the course was fantastic—I simply loved it. I love learning, but this course went far beyond that. I found it truly inspiring to see what is possible.