Diploma in Dynamic Phytotherapy Online

Diploma in Dynamic Phytotherapy Online

Total Credits Completed
42

Dynamic phytotherapy (formerly called homeobotanical therapy) is a blended modality, a careful balance between herbalism and homeopathy that draws upon and combines the benefits of both fields. Developed in New Zealand, ACHS has exclusive rights to teach this exciting modality in the United States. Dynamic phytotherapy remedies are low-potency, palatable remedies designed to selectively support the body in the natural restoration of health by improving nutrition, opening drainage, and stimulating healing.

Dynamic phytotherapy has the power to enhance the healing abilities of even the most experienced holistic health practitioner. Graduates of the Certificate in Dynamic Phytotherapy Consulting will be able to implement tools for increased health and well-being and a more natural, balanced way of life using dynamic phytotherapy remedies. Graduates also have a comprehensive understanding of anatomy and physiology and holistic clinical correlates.

Highlights

Meets the education requirements to apply for professional membership with the American Herbalists Guild to achieve the designation Registered Herbalist - RH (AHG). (http://www.americanherbalistsguild.com/becoming-ahg-professional-member)
Ideal for medical professionals wishing to increase their knowledge of this exciting field and integrate it into their practice, including MDs, Psychologists, Pharmacists, Nurses, Veterinarians, Respiratory Therapists, or Social Workers.

Learning Outcomes

Outline the steps to set up a business, including insurance, management, legal issues, ethics (including AHG ethics), keeping records, listening and observation skills, informed consent, marketing, business planning, nutritional, lifestyle, and wellness counseling
Locate information from state regulatory bodies to ensure compliance with local and state requirements
Educate others about appropriate holistic health protocols using herbs and dynamic phytotherapy remedies to support and rebalance the body and restore wellness for general good health
Discuss herbal medicine and dynamic phytotherapy, their history, and status of current research, including how to locate studies in peer-reviewed journals
Indicate when to refer individuals to their licensed healthcare provider for diagnosis and treatment
Discuss and describe the body’s structure and function in a healthy state
Understand and identify the mechanical and biochemical changes caused by a variety of diseases or imbalances to be able to address system imbalances and provide education that individuals can use to restore wellness
Identify the major active constituents, safety issues, historical uses, latest research results, including drug-herb interactions, uses, preparations, and more, for popular botanicals and educate others about the botanicals studied
Understand common issues in plant identification, ethical wildcrafting, sustainable harvesting, field identification and safety procedures and be able to educate others about these issues
Use and understand appropriate medical terminology to facilitate discussion with licensed healthcare providers and facilitate integration of CAM into the healthcare system, yet understand the appropriate terminology for use with consumers
Use and understand the language of herbal therapeutic actions from alteratives to vulnerary herbs

Current Instructors: 

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Admissions Requirements:

Minimum of a high school diploma or equivalency and recommendation for admission by the ACHS Admissions Committee.

Tuition and Fees:

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Required Sequence:

The required course sequence for this program is published in the ACHS Program Catalog available to download online here.

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