CNHP courses in Alternative therapies

By: School Of Complementary Therapies  22-09-2010
Keywords: distance learning, complementary medicine, alternative therapies

The Certified Natural Health Practitioner Program is recognized for membership by registering bodies in both the United States and Canada.

CNHP is a federal Canadian designation with the Canadian Examining Board of Health Care Practitioners. Students who complete the School's requirements are recognized for registration.

In the United State all SCT programs are recognized for membership by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.

Note that many other self-regulating bodies recognize SCT courses and programs in Canada, the USA and the UK.

The CNHP program may be started at anytime by correspondence. We recommend beginning with Nutrition 101, followed by Anatomy & Physiology for Holistic Practitioners, then there is some flexibility with either going into Aromatherapy studies or Reflexology. The only components of the program that are not available by Correspondence are the massage module of aromatherapy and the class time in Foot Reflexology. Hand Reflexology may replace Foot Reflexology, thereby only requiring a hands-on component in the massage module. Foot Reflexology is recognized by the Reflexology Registration Council of Ontario for registration. While working on the reflexology and aromatherapy practical applications we recommend taking the Ethics course and finally completing your training with the Business course.

Hands-on training modules are arranged at various locations. Locations are added regularly, so check with your Instructor.

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