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We learned in our first Blueprint for Success column, “Root Canal or Networking?”, that networking is the act of connecting. There are lots of ways to connect people. One of my favorites is via email, with a smooth email introduction.
The third and final ebook exploring Thomas Myers’s Anatomist’s Corner columns from Massage & Bodywork magazine is available for ABMP Certified members in the ABMP Education Center.
ABMP members receive a special offer with QuickBooks, an accounting software package developed and marketed by Intuit.
This new course from Ben Benjamin entitled “Ethics: Preventing Sexual Misconduct in Massage Therapy” addresses a critical topic in our profession. Viewers will learn the definition and history of sexual abuse, how to maintain sexual boundaries in draping and quality of touch, and the warning signs of predator therapists.
Professional Assist Corporation (PAC), the parent organization to Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP), recently announced changes in its leadership team.
It has been brought to our attention that some members have received fraudulent invoices for member websites. The invoice claimed to be for yearly web hosting from “Web Host Agents” in New York. Remember, your member website through ABMP is free and always will be—if you ever have a question about an invoice or notice you receive, please contact our membership team at 800-458-2267 or email@example.com.