Rebecca M. Good, MA, RNC, ACRN, LPC, QTTT is credentialed by Nurse-Healers-Professional Associates International (NH-PAI) as a Qualified Therapeutic Touch Teacher, Mentor, and Practitioner (QTTT).

Rebecca is also a Registered Nurse and Licensed Professional Counselor. She appears in Who's Who in Nursing and the World. 

  • Relieves pain 
  • Enhances one's own sense of well being
  • Reduces anxiety and stress
  • Promotes comfort
  • Promotes calmness
  • Promotes the body's ability to heal itself
  • Elicits relaxation

Foot Zone Therapy

Rebecca M. Good, MA, RNC, ACRN, LPC, QTTT

Therapeutic Touch 

Kristin Walker

​Certified Zone Therapist


Foot Zone Therapy also known as "Zone Balance" is the method for correcting, balancing and renewing the body's systems through a complex signal system in the feet. This system is connected to every bone, tissue, cell and organ in the body. Zone therapy is an advanced form of Reflexology. 


Foot Zone Therapy Benefits:  


  • Renewal and rejuvenation of the body making one feel refreshed, focused, and filled with strength and purpose. 
  • Accurate feedback conveying the body's current condition.
  • Renewal of the body's life energy. It can be an emotional and spiritual lift.
  • Rebalances the body's systems, individually and in relation to each other. 


Zone Therapy may help hospice patients with edema, pain management, increased circulation, sleeping, bowel function, and in producing and overall sense of peach and clarity. 



Ask your nurse for more information on holistic healing therapies at Solstice     


Therapeutic Touch® is a holistic, evidence based therapy that incorporates the intentional and compassionate use of universal energy to promote balance and well being.


TT was developed in the early 1970's by Dr. Delores Krieger, PhD, RN, Professor Emerita at New York University and Dora Van Gelder Kunz, a Natural Healer. 


TT is a scientifically based practice. Research has been conducted in major hospital centers and universities by scientists in nursing and related health care fields. Research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health and the US Army. 


TT is currently practiced and taught in major hospitals and universities in the United States, Canada, and throughout the world. 


TT practitioner's are Nurses, other health professionals and laypersons. It is practiced alone or in conjunction with other modalities including conventional medical treatment. TT is noninvasive and is an exceptionally safe integrative therapeutic healing intervention.