This course guides students in the fundamental principles of naturopathy or natural therapeutics. Emphasis is placed on the science and philosophy of healing using a variety of techniques that are in harmony with nature and the individual client. The varied techniques that a Holistic Health Consultant employs are covered, focusing on the desired outcome to increase the natural vitality of the client and bring the system back into balance. We examine the belief fundamental to natural healing that the human body contains a strong power to heal itself. While examining this belief we also look at how the Holistic Health Consultant is able to stimulate this power by instructing each client in how to maintain health once it is achieved, increasing vitality and building up one’s resistance through improved nutrition and a harmonious lifestyle.
Maximum Enrollment: 30 students
Required Materials (Course Pack)
The Required Materials cost (Course Pack)—including standard shipping within the United States—is $318.00. This includes:
- ACHS Textbook eBook: Petersen, D. (2017). NAT 303: Holistic Pathology & Protocols (17th Edition). Portland, OR: American College of Healthcare Sciences. - $110
(Optional: Printed copy available for an additional $89)
- Online Materials and Library Resources (OMLR) - $115
- NAT 303 Practical Lab Kit (pictured below)
Get the most up to date information about required textbooks for this class, including ISBN, edition and price, by visiting our Required Textbooks page.
Total Course Price: $975 (3 credits x $325 per credit) + $318.00 Course Pack = $1293.00
Does not include Registration Fee, which is $200 per program or $30 per credit if enrolling in single courses.
* You may always elect to buy or rent your textbooks/ebooks new or used. However, when choosing to purchase college textbooks and supplementary materials outside the College store, please use caution to ensure you purchase the correct version of required materials.
Optional Recommended Reading & Study Kits
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Last updated 7/21/18
None – Prior or concurrent anatomy & physiology training is recommended