At what point, does it become unethical for the College of Cranio-Sacral Therapy (CCST) to charge...?
circa £5000 per student to train as a Therapist when 1. the scientific evidence of efficacy is questionable, 2. the advertising of the Craniosacral Therapy Association (CSTA) has been adjudicated against by the Advertising Standards Association (ASA), 3. the prospects of employment by employer is almost zero, and 4. the knowledge of this therapy amongst the general public is extremely limited.
- AlexLv 610 years agoFavourite answer
- Anonymous10 years ago
Seems strange, but a quick google search indicates the College of Cranio-Sacral Therapy (CCST) still advertises the medical conditions that the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) barred the Craniosacral Therapy Association (CSTA) from claiming in their promotional leaflets (which the CSTA agreed voluntarily to remove). See the references attached to this answer, you can read for yourself.Source(s): http://www.asa.org.uk/ASA-action/Adjudications/201... http://www.signifier.co.uk/CCST/about.htm