A minimum of 45 hours of clinical credit must be earned from one of the following options supervised by a Senior Acutonics Instructor:
A maximum of 25 hours of clinical credit can be earned through Clinical Observation:
A maximum of 30 hours of clinical credit can be earned through video conferencing with a senior faculty member.
Initial conference could include:
Student and Senior Faculty Member will discuss possible treatment strategies based on the treatment objectives defined by the student.
Follow up conferences could include:
A maximum of 30 hours of clinical credit can be earned for Case Studies. Each case earns 5 hours of clinical credit. Student works with a Senior Faculty Member as a mentor via e-mail, telephone, or in person meetings.
Students may submit case studies documenting clients they are treating. These must be written in Acutonics Case Documentaries format and include the initial treatment and at least two follow-up treatments. Case studies are provided to your supervising Senior Faculty Member who will review the case, provide feedback, and check for correct formatting. After the faculty member has reviewed content, the student makes any recommended changes, and the cases are submitted to the Acutonics Institute, with faculty approval noted.
A maximum of 25 hours of clinical credit can be earned through special forums held by a Senior Acutonics Faculty Member:
A maximum of 20 hours of clinical credit can be earned from this option
A maximum of 8 hours may be obtained from this option. This is an optional extra day following an Energetics of Points and Meridians class which is provided by the instructor to allow treatment of clients from the community or of other students from the class.
A maximum of 8 hours may be obtained from this option. This is an optional extra day following the Clinical Documentaries class, which is provided by the instructor to allow treatment of clients from the community or of other students from the class.
Note: At teacher’s discretion, a clinical day can be added to any class however the above two classes are recommended.
A maximum of 40 hours of clinical credit can be earned from this option.
In order to obtain credit for your clinic hours they must be documented on the attached Clinical Hours Documentation Form, the form must include all relevant information indicating how the hours were earned. This includes:
It is the student’s responsibility to maintain clinic hour documentation and receive sign off on their hours from the supervising faculty member.
The cost for each clinic hour credit is $25.00 and is to be paid to the supervising Senior Faculty Member. Payment for credits is made prior to the earning of credits. Credit will not be given without advance payment.
"I have been an Acutonics Practitioner for 12 years and teacher of this system for ten. Every session, every class is testimony to the profound nature of this work. Over the years, in addition to sound healing sessions, I have incorporated Acutonics into my massage and reflexology practice. I have had the honor to participate in and bear witness to the deep shifts that clients and students experience with these planetary tunings forks, as well as other sound tools. Healing moves on all levels, and the prime "
- Maren Good, MA, LMT, Certified Acutonics Practitioner, Senior Faculty