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DS 2 May June 2016 What helps prevent MT burnout, informs your practice with fresh and inspired ideas, keeps professional and hands-on skills in tip-top shape, and, in most states, is a requirement of state licensure? Answer: continuing education. Continuing education staves off professional boredom by encouraging inspiration and insight. It keeps the brain engaged and the hands thoughtful. There is no easier way to stay professionally challenged than embarking on a continuing education journey. Learning something new inspires us to do better and be better. And clients love to hear we're expanding our horizons. You'd be surprised by clients' appreciation of your willingness to grow—and to try out your newly learned skills on them! "We've Taken on the Cost" Now, ABMP has made your continuing education journey even easier by making it free. Our newly redesigned ABMP Education Center lets you sort the 100+ on-demand webinars by CE provider, webinar topic, and intended audience. ABMP members can watch each webinar on demand, then pass a short quiz to earn CE free of charge. All courses are NCBTMB-approved, but eligibility for CE depends on state board requirements. "We've taken on the cost of CE hours to make it easier for our members," says ABMP President Les Sweeney. "We strive to add value to ABMP membership and want our members to have more money to spend on other CE providers, and on themselves." Visit the new ABMP Education Center at www.abmp.com/ce today and see some of the many topics that can make your practice stronger. Expand Your Horizons with Free Continuing Education ABMP makes it easy for you to learn A Sampling of Webinars in the ABMP Education Center "Active Engagement Techniques" with Whitney Lowe "Understanding the Body-Mind Effects of Stress" with Til Luchau "Aston Kinetics for Fascial Integration" with Judith Aston "Cancer Treatment and Massage Therapy" with Gayle MacDonald and Tracy Walton "Ethics for the Real World" with Til Luchau "Infant Massage: Is it More than Just Super Cuddling?" with Tina Allen "The Mystery of Pain" with Douglas Nelson "Table Thai Yoga Massage for Neck and Shoulders" with Heath and Nicole Reed www.abmp.com/ce DS 2 May June 2016

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