Asentia Animal Healing Links
Here are some links to related websites resources that Asentia Animal Healing recommend.
The Confederation of Healing Organisations (CHO) is a registered charity whose key purpose is to advance the practise of healing as a therapy. The Asentia College of Animal Healing joined the CHO in 2009, becoming the first member organisation working with animals.
Offering peace and tranquillity in the heart of West Sussex, Sue Fishbourne of Hollytree Healing has been working in the complementary therapy field for many years. Sue is a fully qualified and insured practitioner who also has a Stress Management qualification.
Plumpton College is one of the largest land-based Colleges in the South-East proving education in a range of subjects such as agriculture, animal care, horticulture, forestry and other outdoor courses. The Asentia College of Animal Healing is now working in partnership with Plumpton to deliver the new BTEC Professional Diploma in Animal Healing starting in September 2010.
The Radionic Association serves as the professional body for qualified radionic practitioners. It provides a forum for others who wish to learn more about radionics, offers training courses ranging from An Introduction to Dowsing to training to become a Radionic Practitioner and has a register of qualified practitioners. Members receive a quarterly Journal, have the use of their library and are able to join them for meetings in London and elsewhere. They are affiliated to the Confederation of Healing Organisations (CHO). Please visit their website for details of their forthcoming training courses and lots of other radionic information.