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Integrative Holistic Healthcare Course


Dr Faith Nelson - May 28th, 29th, and 30th, 2010--------------------------

This is the first IQUIM course, specifically designed to work with the AHNA - American Holistic Nurse Association for CNE (Continuing Nurse Education) accreditation.

Pre-approval Statement :Application for approval of continuing nursing education contact hours has been submitted to the American Holistic Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers Commission on Accreditation.

Disclaimer Statement: Approval for contact hours through the AHNA is based on an assessment of the educational merit of this program and does not constitute endorsement of the use of any specific product or modality in the care of clients.

Session Fee:

Dr Faith Nelson
12 CNE Contact Hours
$450 $299
Online Courses

Friday, May 28th,
Saturday, May 29th
Sunday, May 30st
All Classes are Recorded

This course has been designed for both the professional development of Nurses and all IQUIMs students from many different complementary and alternative approaches.

The goal is for participants to learn the theory, principles and practices of becoming a practitioner of Holistic Healthcare. The Holistic Healthcare course is an integrative program, in which one can learn to become a Holistic Healthcare Practitioner. While operating under a code of ethics and standards of practice, practitioners and specialists work with clients / patients to establish mutual goals for facilitating health and healing. Holistic Healthcare practitioners interested in expanding their expertise and providing additional services in a clinical or private practice setting.

The purpose of this program is to teach and explore theory, techniques and technologies of Holistic Healthcare. Upon completion, the participant will be able to understand the four major types of Complementary and Alternative Medicine approved by NCCAM, formulate the types of energetic medicine modalities in CAM, learn and review various hands-on approaches that can be utilized in stress management programs, and implement clinical documentations inside their holistic healthcare practitioner practice.

Using modern technology, Bioenergetics is growing fast and proving to be a very effective and powerful mode of preventative health/healing. Assessments with electrodermal screening and therapies with Bioresonance are new technologies married to ancient principles. Dr Faith Nelson will review acupressure techniques and the acupuncture meridians for activation. Students will learn protocols for headache, pain, anxiety/stress, Endocrine Imbalances and with the use of several integrative modalities, electromedicine devices, mind/body technology and essential oils. The application of these modalities was researched and studied as part of Dr Faiths dissertation Outcomes and Effectiveness of Integrative Approaches within a Mainstream Medical Model. This program was based on what has been accepted thru NCAAM National Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

Energetic-Medicine uses the flow of energy in the body as a medium for healing, based on Biophysics, whereas conventional medicine is based primarily in Biochemistry using pharmaceuticals. The study and understanding of the energy of life has captured man's fascination since the dawn of civilization. There are many forms of Energy Medicine from the more ancient and established forms such as Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Auriculotherapy, and Homeopathy, to name but a few, to the more subtle forms of Hands on healing, light, color therapy, Feung Shui, Aromotherapy, Crystal Healing and sound/voice re-mapping.

This course explores the understanding of the theory, principles, and practices of aromatherapy, biofeedback, auriculotherapy, neuro-reflexology, endocrine balancing, energy medicine, nutrition, clinic development and more to guide the student into creating a Holistic Healthcare specialist practice.
Pacific Time: 12pm to 2pm - Break - 4pm to 6pm
Mountain Time: 1pm to 3pm - Break - 5pm to 7pm
Central Time: 2pm to 4pm - Break - 6pm to 8pm
Eastern Time: 3pm to 5pm - Break - 7pm to 9pm
Hawaii Time: 9am to 11am - Break - 1pm to 3pm
European Time: 9pm to 11pm - Break - 1am to 3am
S African Time: 10pm to 12am - Break - 2am to 4am
Australia Time +1: 6am to 8am - Break - 10am to 12pm
1) Online course video lecture presented by professor.
2) Online coursesite with documents, information, powerpoints, and written resources.
3) Course exam questions to grade final comprehension


Upon completion, the participant will be able to:

1) Describe the four major types of CAM (Complementary and Alternative Medicine) approved by NCCAM.
1) Whole Medical Systems
Whole medical systems are built upon complete systems of theory and practice. Often, these systems have evolved apart from and earlier than the conventional medical approach used in the United States
a) Homeopathic Medicine:
- Homeopathy seeks to stimulate the bodys ability to return to homeostasis by giving very small doses of highly diluted substances that in larger doses would produce illness or symptoms, an approah call Like cures Like
b) Naturopathic Medicine:
- Natrupathy aims to support the bodys ability to return to homeostasis throught the use of dietary and lifestyle changes together with CAM therapies such as: Herbs,Massage,Joint maniputalion (Chiropractic adjustments)
c) Traditional Chinese Medicine:
- It is based on the concept that disease results from disruption in the flow of Chi and imbalances in the forces of yin and yang. Practices incorporate: Herbs. Meditation, Massage, Acupuncture, Ayruvedic and Yoga
d) Mind-Body Medicine:
- Mind-Body Medicine uses a variety of techniques designed to enhance the mind's capacity to affect bodily function and symptoms .Prayer, mental healing, and therapies that use creative outlets such as art, music, or dance.

2) Biologically Based Practices
Biologically based practices in CAM use substances found in nature, such as herbs, foods, and vitamins.

3) Manipulative and Body-Based Practices
Some examples include chiropractic or osteopathic manipulation. A type of manipulation practiced by osteopathic physicians. It is combined with physical therapy and instruction in proper posture and massage. Pressing, rubbing, and moving muscles and other soft tissues of the body, primarily by using the hands and fingers. The aim is to increase the flow of blood and oxygen to the massaged area.

4) Energy Medicine
Energy therapies involve the use of energy fields. They are of two types:
- Biofield therapies are intended to affect energy fields that purportedly surround and penetrate the human body. The existence of such fields has not yet been scientifically proven.
- Bioelectromagnetic-based therapies involve the unconventional use of electromagnetic fields, such as pulsed fields, magnetic fields, or alternating-current or direct-current fields.

2) Formulate the types of energetic medicine modalities in CAM (Complementary and Alternative Medicine).
Energy medicine is a domain in CAM that deals with energy fields of two types:
- Veritable, which can be measured
- Putative, which have yet to be measure

Veritable Energy Medicine
The veritable energies employ mechanical vibrations (such as sound) and electromagnetic forces, including visible light, magnetism, monochromatic radiation (such as laser beams), and rays from other parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. They involve the use of specific, measurable wavelengths and frequencies to treat patients.
- Magnetic Therapy
- Millimeter Wave Therapy
- Sound Energy Therapy
- Light Therapy

Energy Medicine Involving Putative Energy Fields
The concept that sickness and disease arise from imbalances in the vital energy field of the body has led to many forms of therapy
- Kirlian photography
- Aura imaging
- Gas discharge visualization
- Superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID)
- Acupuncture
- Qi Gong
- Whole Medical Systems and Energy Medicine
- Homeopathy
- Therapeutic Touch and Related Practices
- Distant Healing

Additional Theories
Thus far, electromagnetic energy has been demonstrated and postulated to be the energy between
- Bioenergy healers and patients
- "Torsion fields"
- Intent

Examples of practical applications in the Integrative clinic:
1) Homeopathy
2) EDS-Electrodermal Screening
3) Random Event Generators
4) Bio-Resonance
5) Radionics
6) Informational Medicine Infoceuticals
7) EMF Protection

3) Enumerate and describe various hands-on approaches that can be utilized in stress management programs.
Basic use of electro-medicine and essential oils in for the following conditions:
- Headaches, migraines, cluster headaches, tension headaches
- Pain relief with integrative services
- Tobacco cessation
- Weight Loss and Endocrine Imbalances
- Stress relief for Psychological conditions, anxiety, insomnia

Integrative Hands on Workshop with the following modalities:
- Quantum Biofeedback applications
- Biofeedback for stress and anxiety management
- Clinical application of the smoking cessation program with the Quantum Biofeedback
- Electro medicine (auriculotherapy, Piezo and probes)

Auricular Therapy:
- Electro medicine (auriculotherapy, Piezo and probes)
- Clinical practice of point identification
- Somatopy of the ear
- Ear massage with essential oils
- Master points of the ears - Auricular micro-system points
- Auricular microsystem points -
Macrosystems on Microsystems

Applied Kinesiology Techniques:
- Five element wheel - Turning the electric body ON
- Pressure points - Kinesiology - Reflexology of the feet
- Massage and energy balancing - Energetic balancing
- Body points
- Neuro-lymphatic reflexes Touch for Health
- Microsystems of the body

Mind/Body Reprogramming:
- -Light and Sound Goggles
- Microcurrent, CES Alpha Stim, Liss Stimulator
- Exercise - De-stress - Take care of yourself
- Nutrition, hydrating the electrical body, breathing, resting

Basic Applications and Principles of Aromatherapy & Essential Oils:
- Clinical applications of essential oils within mainstream medicine
- What is aromatherapy - Therapeutic setting
- Application methods - Points used in treatment protocols
- Combining essential oils with personal touch and Raindrop Therapy
- Essential oils technique, inhalation, application, ingestion - Carrier oils
- The beginners guide to blending essential oils
- How to blend oils for a specific purpose
- How to evaluate essential oil blends
- Cautions on combing certain essential oils
- To gain a basic level of competence in the use of a specific number of essential oils
- Essential oils for massage and neuro-reflexology

4) Implement clinical documentations inside their holistic healthcare practitioner practice
Integrative Medicine and Clinical Documentations for the Holistic Practitioner
- How to simplify charting/documentation of progress
- What to look for in outcomes utilizing these approaches.
- Integrative Plans:
- Headaches
- Fibromyalgia
- Chronic pain,
- Endocrine Imbalances,
- Weight Loss
- Hormones
- Integrative natural approaches
- Documentation for the Session
- Schedule of services
- Health history questionnaire
- SOC table reviewed with client
- Outpatient summary
- Medication/supplemental sheets
- Goals and evaluation
- Education and recommendations
- Chart order
- Collaborative Physician referral form
- Client visit session
- Billing sheet
- Progress report
- Integrative health services SOAP charting
- Outcome ratings (pre/post)
- Session documentation for specific sessions (Addiction, Weight Loss, Pain, Headaches)
- Biofeedback documentations for clinical practices
- Nutritional views (Fossil Lap)
- Nutritional forms
- Homeopathic instructions
- Reflexology, TFH, Kinisiology charting
- Research study documentations

5) Completing the Evaluation

 Course Documents:
- Replay of Course Videos
- Replay of Live Q&A
- PDF Document of Resources - See Sample Document
- PDF Document of PowerPoint- See Sample PowerPoint
- Courses Exams - See Sample Exam
- 12 CNE Credits - See Sample Certificate

Successful Completion Requirement:
1) No prerequisite required to complete this online video course.
2) 12 hours of watching online video lecture presented by professor.
3) 40 hours of reading online documents, information, powerpoints, and resources.
4) Once activities are completed, student must answer Participant Evaluation Tool.
5) Must pass the 80 multiple choice exam with 80% at the end of the course.
6) Upon completion of Exam, student will receive an IQUIM Certificate of Completion.

 Dr Faith Nelson has worked for the past 30 years as a Health professional and brings credibility to her navigational insights and integrative applications Faith Nelson RN, PHD is a Quantum Master Instructor. She completed an International Tour, providing the basic/Int-Adv trainings to students in several different countries. Her career includes a variety of health professional settings. Faith's allopathic background had an emphasis in Critical Care Nursing and Integrative Medicine fields. Dr. Nelson has been cross-trained in many disciplines. She pursued her interests in the eclectic fields of Integrative Medicine to merge with allopathic approaches. Faith also pursued alternative approaches to healing. Dr Nelson's PhD is in Integrative Medicine. She also has a Theological Degree in Spiritual Healing and Energy Medicine. Faith currently has training certifications in over twelve healing modalities. Her background includes a wide range of skills, trainings, and certifications in the fields of holistic health, such as Quantum Biofeedback Diplomate/Instructor, IMMUNE Auriculotherapy, Licensed Massage Therapist, Clinical Essential Oils Instructor, Registered Wellness Consultant, Reflexology/Acupressure, Touch for Health/PKP, Reiki Master, Jin Shin Jyutsu, Certified Homeopathic Therapist and other Energy Medicine work. Since 1987, Faith has also practiced privately in the field of Integrative Medicine and complements these approaches with the other electromedicine technologies.

Integrative Holistic Healthcare Course


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