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CAMP Naturopathic Wellness

Course Content:

  1. Definition and history of Naturopathy, assessments and modalities in Naturopathy, which include; reflex nutrition assessment, pulse assessment for sensitivities, iris analysis, light and color, sound and music, exercise, massage, clay and mud use, glandular and enzymes, cell salts, and homeopathy. 
  2. Naturopathic principles, dysbiosis, degenerative diseases, pH imbalances, natural health approaches for the circulatory system, the liver and detoxification, energy and blood sugar, neurotransmitters, disorders of the immune system and natural care, the adrenals and the sex glands, kidney care, the senses and natural care, factors which contribute to pathology, vaccinations, mental health, surgical issues, food aversions and addictions, naturopathic care in infectious diseases, fertility, infant nutrition, the elderly.

Credit: 6

Required Textbooks:

  • Combining Old and New Naturopathy for the 21st Century by Robert J. Thiel, PhD
  • A Textbook of Modern Naturopathy by Linda Lazarides