THOUGHTS ABOUT QUALITY
by Hans TenDam
According to our Articles of Incorporation, EARTh wants “to improve and enlarge the professional application of regression therapy in Europe.” By “the development of professional standards.” Whatever these standards may be, many of them we share many with the helping professions in general and psychotherapists in particular. They are in our Code of Conduct.
But what about the quality of our work? What is good regression therapy? I guess we would all agree that good regression therapy gets good results and that it doesn’t take ages and loads of money and growing dependence on the therapist to get there. Good results means that we are effective. Getting there without undue delays, costs and complications means that we are efficient or, if you prefer that word, productive. Read more