This class provides an in-depth opportunity to explore and synthesize case studies for a variety of complex conditions. We will discuss the theory, method, intention, creativity, sound healing research and practical skills that come together in clinical practice as an Acutonics Integrative Medicine practitioner. You will have the opportunity to respond to instructor-presented cases as well as present your own case studies, share clinical stories, techniques and a range of diagnostic approaches with your colleagues.
Required for practitioner certification
16 PDA Points NCCAOM
18 Continuing Education Hours NCBTMB
Some instructors add a day of clinical practice to this course, making it a 3-day class.
"With every session we participate in and every class we teach, we access new levels of awareness of the infinite compassion, generosity and expansiveness that is available to us and we increase our capacity to engage in joyful creation of portals to new realities for ourselves and those we serve. "
- Jude and Paul Ponton, Senior Acutonics Faculty