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Aromatherapy for Best Practice
What you'll learn
Define what aromatherapy is, its benefits, and use for best practice.
Understanding what a safety data sheet is, and other safety precautions when using aromatherapy.
Learn how aromatherapy can be incorporated into other healthcare and therapeutic interventions.
Complete a comprehensive exam at the end of the course to test your knowledge learned.
No experience is necessary for this course.
Recommended for Holistic Therapists or Beginners
This course provides an in-depth examination of the Aromatherapy and how to implement aromatherapy in best practice. This course is designed to provide students with hands on experiences and exposure to the practice of aromatherapy that will enable students to use in programming therapeutic groups with the disabled populations as well as the general public. The course will incorporate PowerPoint lectures, literature, research and virtual observations of common essential oils and blends used in therapeutic interventions today. Students would be expected to in written assignments, part take in timely quizzes, and a final comprehensive exam to fulfill course requirements.Aromatherapy is a holistic therapy that treats the mind, body, spirit. Aroma Therapy is a complementary, alternative therapy intended to provide a holistic approach to meeting the needs of your Mind, Body and Spirit. Aromatherapy was used in Egyptian times dating back to 3000BC.Aromatherapy offers the enhancement of physical environments for healing, health and wellbeing while allowing for measurable outcomes including but not limited to relief of pain, nausea, insomnia, depression and anxiety.Aromatherapy is an evidenced based form of alternative medicine in which healing effects are ascribed to the aromatic compounds in essential oils and other plant extracts.These compounds are derived from plants. An oil is "essential" in that it carries a distinct scent or essence of the plant. Essential oils help treat a wide range of problems on a physical and psychological level. Identify which oils can be inhaled or applied to the skin by learning the difference between essential oils and carrier oils. Learn about Pub Med peer-reviewed research and how to implement aromatherapy safely. Sign up for the course today. Learn more about author Diane Calabrese, the instructor by visiting her website.
Section 1: Introduction to Aromatherapy as well as the background on the instructor
Lecture 1 Introduction to Aromatherapy
Section 2: Module 2: What is Aromatherapy and its benefit for best practice?
Lecture 2 What is Aromatherapy and its benefits? --Be sure to view the PowerPoint
Section 3: Module 3: What are the common essential oils used in therapeutic interventions?
Lecture 3 Module 3: What are the common essential oils used in best practice.
Section 4: Module 4 Assignment: Read & Critique the attached Pub Med Research article.
Section 5: Module 5 Safety Considerations When using Essential Oils
Lecture 4 Read PowerPoint Module 5: Safety Considerations when using Essential Oils
Section 6: Module 6: Article: Read and Critique--Reaction Paper II
Section 7: Module 8: Read PowerPoint on Difference Between Essential Oils & Carrier Oils
Lecture 5 Module 8: Differences Between Essential Oils & Carrier Oils
Section 8: Read Module 9 The Cost of Essential Oils and the Differences in the Name Brands
Lecture 6 The Cost of Essential Oils and Differences in Name Brands PowerPoint
Section 9: Module 10: How to Implement Aromatherapy with other Holistic Therapies
Lecture 7 How to implement aromatherapy with other holistic practices.
Lecture 8 Incorporating Guided Meditation into Aromatherapy.
Section 10: Final Comprehensive Exam
Beginner, intermediate and advanced level learners in healthcare or in the general public.
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