Alternative & Holistic Healthcare Concentration

The Alternative & Holistic Healthcare Concentration provides ICAF and ICAT students with an understanding of alternative medicine and holistic theories which they can weave and integrate into their clinical, educational, and consulting work and their professional practice.

 

Students explore current issues and trends in a variety of holistic and alternative approaches with a focus on intervention strategies.

 

Alternative medicines embrace a wide variety of approaches to health, healing, and wellness. These approaches include diet and nutrition, acupuncture, hypnosis, expressive/creative arts therapies, massage, mindfulness, yoga, mind-body-spirit practices, meditation and more.

 

General Education Requirements

ICAF and ICAT candidates must complete the following 4 General Education courses:

  • AH01  Alternative Medical Approaches: A Survey
  • AH02  Theories of Holistic Care
  • AH03  Intro to Medical Anthropology
  • AH04  Spirituality in Health & Healing

 

The Capstone Project

All Alternative & Holistic Healthcare Concentration students are required to complete a capstone project. The capstone project planning begins at the start of their training and the final product is due at the successful conclusion of all General Education coursework. All students are automatically enrolled in the course, AH00 Capstone Project, (this course is free.) Students design their capstone project as a culmination of their learning and and focus on an area that is of special interest to them. The course AH00 Capstone Project provides full details and instructions for completing the capstone project.

 

Upon successful completion of all Alternative & Holistic Healthcare Concentration requirements, students will receive an Alternative & Holistic Healthcare Certificate in addition to their ICAF or ICAT Certification.

 

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