Diploma in Integrated Nutrition and Homeopathy

Diploma in Integrated Nutrition & Homeopathy

This homeopathy and nutrition course has been designed as a professional training in nutrition, homeopathy and life/health coaching. You will be able to build a career as a holistic practitioner after two years of fascinating study.

How the nutritionist course is organized
Nutrition and homeopathy course content
Nutritionist courses dates
How the nutritionist course is organized
Nutrition and homeopathy course content
Nutritionist courses dates

How the course is organised

The homeopathy and nutritionist course is taught on 10 weekends in a year.

Homeopathy and nutritionist course length is over two years designed to get the student ready for professional practice.

Each day is from 10.00am – 5.00pm.

Audio recordings and power point lecture notes are available for all classes.

Course Content

Course Dates

October      6th / 7th
October      27th / 28th
November  17th/18th
December  8th/9th
January      12th/13th

February    9th/10th 
March        9th/10th
April          13th/14th
May          11th/12th
June          8th/9th

Accreditation

The homeopathy and nutrition course is registered with the CMA (Complementary Medical Association), which is internationally recognised as a force in professional, ethical complementary medicine by doctors, professional practitioners and the general public.
Upon completion of the course you can gain membership of the CMA, which in addition to supplying professional accreditation can also provide a number of extra benefits.

The Complementary Medical Association nutritionist course college

This homeopathy and nutrition course is registered with the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH) which is internationally recognised homeopathic register that supports and promotes a high standard of safe, effective homeopathic practice.

Upon completion of the course students can register with the ARH as a professional homeopath.

www.a-r-h.org

College Venue

Regents University, Regents Park,

Inner Circle, London NW1 4NS

THE COLLEGE OF INTEGRATED NUTRITION AND HOMEOPATHY

How the course is organised

The course is taught on 10 weekends in a year.

Course length is over two years designed to get the student ready for professional practice.

Each day is from 10.00am – 5.00pm.

Audio recordings and power point lecture notes are available for all classes.

Course Content

1. Nutrition
2. Homeopathy
3. Health/Life coaching

Course Dates

October      6th / 7th
October      27th / 28th
November  17th/18th
December  8th/9th
January     12th/13th
February   9th/10th 
March        9th/10th
April          13th/14th
May          11th/12th
June          8th/9th

Accreditation

This homeopathy and nutrition course is registered with the CMA (Complementary Medical Association, which is internationally recognised as a force in professional, ethical complementary medicine by doctors, professional practitioners and the general public.

Upon completion of the course you can gain membership of the CMA, which in addition to supplying professional accreditation can also provide a number of extra benefits. www.the-cma.org.uk

CMA-nutritionist-course-college

This homeopathy and nutrition course is registered with the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH) which is internationally recognised homeopathic register thatsupports and promotes a high standard of safe, effective homeopathic practice.

Upon completion of the course students can register with the ARH as a professional homeopath.

www.a-r-h.org

College Venue

Regents University, Regents Park,

Inner Circle, London NW1 4NS

THE COLLEGE OF INTEGRATED NUTRITION AND HOMEOPATHY

Integrated Nutrition and Homeopathy Course Content

1. Nutrition Course
2. Homeopathy Course
3. Health/Life Coaching Course

1. Nutrition
2. Homeopathy
3. Health/ Life coaching

1. Nutrition Course

Nutrition looks at the relationship between food and health. Our health is impacted largely by what we put inside our bodies. Nutrition looks at how food behaves in the body and how it impacts different systems such as the cardiovascular system, the respiratory system, the detox system etc.

Nutrition looks at the impact of food and nutrients such as the macronutrients and micronutrients on conditions such as obesity, diabetes, arthritis, skin conditions etc.

The main focus of this nutritionist course is in the prevention of diseases such as diabetes and adrenal fatigue, but it is also as important and effective in managing other illnesses such as arthritis, blood pressure, digestive disorders and skin conditions like eczema, acne and psoriasis.

Nutrition is one area of science that is constantly changing. One month it is the Coconut Beach Diet, next month it is the Doucan Diet, a few months later it may be the ‘Skinny Bitch’ Diet. Why do we find so many discrepancies in the science of nutrition? Which diet is the right one? This is the million dollar question but the key is biochemical individuality. Although our basic physiological and biochemical requirements are the same, our nutrient requirements vary according to our environment, relationships, ancestory, lifestyle, emotional well being. We now know that a very small percentage of our genes dictate our health but it is the environment that we bathe our cells in that determines our well-being.

We are what we eat but we are also what we digest, assimilate, excrete and think.

As a nutrition practitioner you will be personalising the individual nutritional requirements of your clients.

2. Homeopathy Course

Homeopathy is a complete and holistic system of medicine that considers the mind/body connection central to the causes and healing of disease. It treats the whole person and not just the disease and has a remarkably effective success in restoring health and vitality. Homeopathy uses a range of medicines that are taken from a vast source of materials. Remedies are made from plants, minerals, metals, animals and various other substances that are then highly diluted and given mainly in tablet form with the aim of triggering the body’s own healing mechanisms.

A homeopath will prescribe medicines according to the patient’s specific set of symptoms, and how they experience them, taking into account their overall level of health.

Homeopathy is based on the principle of “like cures like” – that is, a substance, which can cause symptoms when taken in large doses, can be used in small amounts to treat similar symptoms. For example, drinking too much coffee can cause sleeplessness and agitation, so according to this principle, when coffee is made into a homeopathic medicine, it could be used to treat people suffering from sleeplessness and agitation.

3. Health/Life Coaching Course

Several factors affect a person’s health and well-being. These areas include mental, emotional, spiritual, physical, social, and environmental influences. It is the integration of these various areas of life that leads to a balanced approach to daily routines and a happier state of being.

All these areas influence a person’s health so by reflecting on and changing personal behaviours patterns and poor lifestyle choices an improved state of health and happiness can be reached. This is how health and life coaching works by aligning the clients with a more empowered and positive life direction.

Students Support

Students will be assisted to find their most effective way of studying. Student support will be available on the course or a one to one basis with staff members.

Nutrition and homeopathy lessons can be reviewed via audio recordings and handouts of all the lectures. These will be posted on the website and there is a peer group support and forum via the websites private online forum.

 

Professional practice

During the course students will first study live client cases in the classroom under supervision. This leads to seeing their own private clients with the assistance of supervision and client case reflection. Business skills and practice building are taught throughout the course. This will give the student the confidence to establish his or her own private practice on completion of the course. Support is given to the new practitioner via continuing CPD courses, supervision and online peer groups.