CT Holman specializes in the treatment of emotional trauma. He authored the textbook Treating Emotional Trauma with Chinese Medicine, published by Singing Dragon, which incorporates multiple diagnostics and modalities. Likewise, he has been published in The Journal of Chinese Medicine and has contributed to and helped edit the textbook Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine.
In order to circulate ancient Chinese medicine concepts, CT has taught courses in Sweden, Germany, Mexico, Denmark and the US. CT also has appeared on many podcasts, summits, and webinars. He teaches as part of the doctoral program for the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine and is an off-site supervisor for both master level and doctoral students. With an energetic and engaging instructing style, he emphasizes practical applications and theory.
Founded in 2001, CT operates a full-time general family practice in Salem, Oregon and is the Director of Development for the Lotus Institute of Lillian Pearl Bridges. He studied in China (1999, 2001, 2003) and has an extensive post-graduate education with several leading teachers in the field of Chinese medicine.
In addition to the classical modalities of Chinese medicine, CT integrates ancient Chinese shamanic medicine into his practice, utilizing shamanic qigong and drumming to promote healing. To bring this style of healing to the general public, he recorded and produced a cd titled Resonating Vitality-Chinese Medicine Drum Treatments. For more information visit: www.redwoodspring.com