About Us

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The International Association of Psychosomatic Therapy (INTAPT) is a non-profit professional association that was established in 2003 to support Psychosomatic Therapy Students, Practitioners and Teachers in the field of Psychosomatic Therapy.  The Association operates independently of The Psychosomatic Therapy College and is designed to provide resources for its members, promote best practice and build professional recognition globally.

Psychosomatic’s is a movement of people who believe passionately in the work, it is made up of Teachers, Practitioners and Students as well as those who have been on large personal journeys.

Who are our Members?

We recognize practitioners who hold a qualification as recognised by national regulatory bodies in Australia and Canada. We maintain a register of qualified practitioners who adhere to the Board’s code of ethics, which reflect INTAPT’s commitment to high standards of ethical and professional practice. We are the only professional association for Psychosomatic Therapists and currently have members in Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

We also accept Membership from Teachers, Practitioners, Students and Associates which is made up of people who have completed a 1 day face reading day up to those who merely completed the course for personal and professional development.  Teachers and recognised practitioners are clearly marked.

Who runs INTAPT?

The Board is run by a small group of Psychosomatic Therapists and Teachers who kindly volunteer their time and expertise. Meet your executive team for 2016:

President: Bianca Moeschinger

VicePresident: Angelique Christina

Secretary: Priscilla Hole

Treasurer: Gillian Maddigan

Newsletter: Position Vacant

Marketing: Carole Friesen

Marketing: Ida Hanim Kamaruddin Schien

International Liaison: Position Vacant

Website/IT: Lorien Grimmer

Membership Committee: Priscilla Hole

Canadian Executive

Canadian President – Cynthia Jones

Canadian Vice President – Lorrel Elian

Canadian Secretary – Erin Ulmer

 

 

 

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