Although we wish it wasn’t the case, most people have had cancer touch their lives in some way, whether they are a survivor, caretaker, relative, or friend.
We are proud to announce that the Aromatherapy Faculty at ACHS will be presenting a special event this November 2021 on the role of Aromatherapy in Cancer Care.
This series of webinar presentations is designed to highlight the current body of research demonstrating the potential aromatherapy has as a complementary part of cancer care. We recognize the value and need for evidence-based information on this topic for students, alumni, aromatherapists, healthcare providers, and the public alike.
If you have had questions about how aromatherapy can safely support individuals who are undergoing cancer care, cancer survivors, or their caregivers, in an evidence-based way, this is the event for you!
Learn Directly From Our Expert Aromatherapy Faculty
Our ACHS Aromatherapy faculty have diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise alongside decades of experiences, bringing together the best of research, professional experience, and aromatherapy knowledge.
Take Amanda Lattin, ACHS Professor and Aromatherapy Program Chair. Professor Lattin is a trained chemist, teacher, and practicing herbalist and aromatherapist. She has a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry and a Master’s of Arts in Teaching with a concentration in Chemistry. She is also a former ACHS student, having earned diplomas in both Herbal Studies and Aromatherapy. She is a Registered Aromatherapist through the Aromatherapy Registration Council and has almost 20 years of experience as a professional educator.
In the Aromatherapy in Cancer Care series, Professor Lattin will be presenting on Meeting Cancer Caregiver Needs: The Power of Aromatherapy Selfcare. To learn about our other presenters and webinar topics, see the conference webpage.
Earn Continuing Education Credit and a Certificate
If you need to complete more hours of CE before the year is up, we have great news for you! This event will earn you 9 hours of CE credit and a certificate in Aromatherapy in Cancer Care.
The details: Upon registration, you will be enrolled in the corresponding online classroom with access to the recordings of all 9 webinar presentations, the presentation slides, and bonus materials and resources selected by our ACHS Aromatherapy Faculty. To earn your CE certificate you will need to complete the 10 question quiz for each webinar lecture within the online classroom. You will have unlimited access to the online classroom and can complete the CE certificate anytime after enrolling.
We hope to see you at our live virtual Aromatherapy in Cancer Care series! Please leave a comment below if you have any questions. And if you are unable to attend live, remember that you can still register, learn, and earn CE credit by watching the event recordings.
This event and all the information presented is for educational purposes only and does not take the place of medical advice or conventional medical treatment. All holistic support should be shared with and approved by an individual’s licensed healthcare professional.
This event is not designed to provide individual or specific recommendations. Rather it is designed to provide education on the published research and clinical applications of aromatherapy to support individuals undergoing cancer care, their caregivers, and their healthcare providers. We want to empower attendees to be able to share this information with their healthcare providers and hope to foster dialogue and adherence to safe best practices for aromatherapy. Also we hope to empower healthcare professionals to be able to share this body of information with their teams, and employ aromatherapy self care strategies for themselves as well.
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