Clinical Experience I is the first exposure the students have to a working clinical setting. They will learn the operations, policies and procedures of a massage clinic. In addition they will treat clients based on their scope of practice and training from past courses as well as incorporating theory, technique and knowledge from current courses including MASS251G. Students will practice client consultation, devising a treatment and plan, SOAP charting and the art of the therapeutic conversation with each client. 64 one-hour sessions are required for course completion. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: Permission of the Massage Therapy Program Coordinator, complete MASS150G, MASS161G, MASS162G, MASS171G and MASS181G with a grade of C or better. Co- requisites: MASS251G, MASS261G and MASS281G. Spring semester