If you’re looking for Gillespie Approach practitioners or craniosacral fascial therapy practitioners, you’ve found the best website page to get the help you and/or your child needs.
Let’s explore your options and connect you to Gillespie Approach practitioners either at the King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, private office of Gillespie Approach–Craniosacral Fascial Therapy founder Dr. Barry Gillespie or across the United States or around the world.
Making an Appointment With Dr. Barry Gillespie
Patients of all ages are welcome to receive Gillespie Approach–Craniosacral Fascial Therapy treatment from Dr. Barry Gillespie. For more than 40 years, almost every patient has come to him with “incurable condition(s).” Patients may already have been to the best medical centers in America, but no medical professional checked patients’ brain motion and fascial function. If these two aspects are significantly contributing to the health condition(s) from which you and/or your child suffer, there is a good chance for correction.
If you’re new to Gillespie Approach–Craniosacral Fascial Therapy, it’s understandable if you have questions about whether treatment is appropriate for you and/or your child. Dr. Barry Gillespie is glad to talk to you, if you live in the lower 48 U.S. states, at no charge to address any questions or concerns you might have.
Dr. Barry Gillespie strives to be open and honest about you and/or your child’s health situation. Feel free to open up and ask him specific questions at any time during your care so you can be clear. He desires for his patients and, when working with children, for their parents to completely understand how treatment works. Dr. Barry Gillespie’s goal is to have healthy newborns, children and adults who do not need his treatment anymore.
If Dr. Barry Gillespie does not think he can help you or your child, he will inform you to save you a trip to his office. If you live outside Greater Philadelphia and would like to email Dr. Barry Gillespie, please email him via the Contact page form.
So you’re aware, Dr. Barry Gillespie’s Gillespie Approach office has plenty of parking and is located mere minutes from the King of Prussia Mall, the largest shopping mall in the United States. Additionally, Valley Forge National Historical Park, a highly visited tourist attraction where George Washington wintered in 1778 with his troops, is located only a mile away.
Making an Appointment With Gillespie Approach Practitioners
Gillespie Approach–Craniosacral Fascial Therapy has attracted many professionals across the United States and world to study Dr. Barry Gillespie’s groundbreaking work.
The network of Gillespie Approach practitioners extends far and wide, helping increase the chances that at least one therapist is located within travelable distance of your home.
Because no Gillespie Approach Training testing or certification process is in place, a list of Gillespie Approach practitioners is not able to be provided. Instead, the Facebook group page Gillespie Approach: Therapist Requests and Public Questions serves as the place where you can search for a Gillespie Approach–trained provider by clicking on the magnifying glass search icon, typing in a location, and reviewing past posts. You can also ask whether one is located in your area. If you find a provider, you may privately communicate with him or her to discuss treatment options.
Can I Study Gillespie Approach–Craniosacral Fascial Therapy to Become a Therapist and/or Provide Treatment to Family?
For many years, the Gillespie Approach has welcomed professionals of all kinds as well as mothers, fathers, grandparents and other family members who wish to learn Gillespie Approach–Craniosacral Fascial Therapy so that they can provide treatment. Gillespie Approach Training focusing on treatment for adults and children (Gillespie Approach Foundation Training) as well as infants (Gillespie Approach Infant Training) are held regularly.
Our primary goal is to teach you to “listen” to the fascial web and craniosacral tissues and learn how to facilitate the patient’s healing. Instructors Kim Sherlock and Holly Steflik do a beautiful job of introducing the work in the adult and child class. They oversee three days of students’ practicing on one another to get the “feel” of the craniosacral fascial system.
To attend the Gillespie Approach Infant Training, you must get the “feel” of the work first by attending Gillespie Approach Foundation Training. You must also have a license to touch, with appropriate malpractice insurance.