Organization and Policies
The Rosen Institute is served by a Board of Directors with an Executive Team chosen from the membership of the Board. The Executive Team is assisted in the day-to-day work of the Rosen Institute by an Administrator. The Board meets 5 to 6 times each year, depending on the workload, and meets for two hours by international teleconference.
The values upheld by the Rosen Institute leadership are expressed in the vision and mission statements agreed on and approved by the Board of Directors in March 2013. They reflect very closely the original aims of the pioneers of the Rosen Institute.
Growing Rosen Method locally and globally
- To uphold quality standards of Rosen Method bodywork, movement, and training
- To support practitioners, movement teachers, trainers, training centers, RMPAs, interns, students, and clients
- To maintain the Service Mark of Rosen Method by the Rosen Institute as the certifying body
- To create a culture of membership in the Rosen Method community
- To cultivate the evolution of Rosen Method worldwide
The Rosen Institute policies, developed by the Board ensure the integrity of Rosen Method for those involved in the training framework and process and clients who seek the services of Rosen Method professionals.
Rosen Institute Policies
Rosen Institute policies support and protect professionals in their Rosen Method practice and training as well as clients who benefit from the services of Rosen Method professionals. The Ethical Principle, Scope of Practice, and Professional Code of Conduct was adopted by the Board in October of 2014, replacing an older version from 1996. This policy is accompanied by a Practitioner’s Pledge and a Student’s Pledge.
These documents are currently translated into 6 languages and the translation to Swedish, Norwegian and Spanish are in process.