Carolyn Tague brings over 18 years of adult education and training development to her teaching and consulting work. For six years, Carolyn served as clinical faculty and supervisor in integrative medicine, specializing in massage therapy. She has trained professional CAM practitioners to work effectively and safely within a hospital setting and beyond. In addition to being clinical faculty, Carolyn served as an administrative supervisor overseeing the operation of a six-track, hospital-based integrative medicine education program in San Francisco.
Tague Consulting courses and consulting services have been provided locally, nationally, and internationally. Courses include oncology, neurological challenges, and hospital-based massage therapy. Her consulting services include policies and procedures, forms, and staff development. Carolyn works in the pain clinic at Laguna Honda Hospital, a long-term skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, and maintains a private practice of somatic integrative bodywork. Carolyn serves on the Hospital-Based Massage Therapy Task Force of ACIH, and the Education Committee of the Society for Oncology Massage.
Creating a hospital-based massage therapy service has it’s own set of considerations. Massage therapist Carolyn Tague will outline strategies and practical steps for developing a… read more
Understanding clients’ emotional responses and strategies for coping under stress, especially from illness or chronic pain, presents a unique challenge. In this course, massage therapist… read more