Introduction to Clinical Aromatherapy
Clinical Aromatherapy research shows decreases in patients' pain, nausea, and anxiety. A foundation in clinical aromatherapy is crucial when using essential oils in a clinical setting. Explore essential oil use from a scientific perspective, including botany, chemistry, safety, and evidence-based therapeutic properties. Study essential oil blending and create two unique products often used in healthcare settings.
Holistic Self Care for the Healthcare Professional
Stress affects our resilience in personal and professional life, but in many situations we can control how we react to stressors. Holistic self-care techniques can assist in feeling calm, balanced and joyful. Through fun, short, interactive exercises, learn effective and evidence-based ways to decrease stress and increase your overall well-being. Create one custom aromatherapy product that can help with one or more of the following: energy, relaxation, sleep, sore muscles, or colds/flu symptoms. Essential oil recipes included.
Whether you're looking to use aromatherapy personally, professionally, or in a clinical setting, this program provides the knowledge, confidence, and credibility to achieve your goals as a Certified Aromatherapist. Explore the science behind essential oils through a comprehensive curriculum including interactive exercises and twenty hands-on blending activities. Certification lays the groundwork for learners to provide aromatherapy through their own business or in a clinical setting.
This certification program is endorsed by the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA) offering 103.5 continuing education hours (CEU/CNE) for nurses and approved by NCBTMB offering 108 contact hours for massage therapists and bodyworkers. The program is also approved by the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA) as a level 2 aromatherapy certification.
This is a learner-paced online curriculum supplemented by three interactive days in class.