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Clinical Aromatherapy I, II and III CE Classes - 2018/2019 - 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

  • April 7/8, 2018 - SAT / SUN - North Carolina Coast - Clinical Aromatherapy II - 12 CE's $295.00. Registration - Kris Workman - Carteret Community College - 252.222.6204
  • October 13/14, 2018 - SAT / SUN - North Carolina Coast - Clinical Aromatherapy I - 12 CE's - $295.00. Registration - Kris Workman - 252.222.6204 - Carteret Community College
  • March 9/10, 2019 - SAT / SUN - North Carolina Coast - Clinical Aromatherapy II- 12 CE's - $295.00.      Registration - Kris Workman - 252.222.6204 - Carteret Community College
  • May 18/19, 2019 - SAT / SUN - North Carolina Coast - Clinical Aromatherapy III - 12 CE's - $295.00. Registration - Kris Workman - 252.222.6204 - Carteret Community College
  • After successful completion of Clinical Aromatherapy I, II and III, students are awarded a Certification in Clinical Aromatherapy - Level One....CCA credential (Clinical Certification in Aromatherapy)
Clinical Aromatherapy I - Course Description: 
The purpose of Clinical Aromatherapy I course is to enlighten and educate the student with knowledge of various aromatic plant oils and their healing properties. Learn when and when not to use therapeutic grade essential oils. This course introduces concepts basic to the role of the novice aromatherapist using a variety of essential plant oils. Emphasis is placed on beginning theory and techniques of clinical aromatherapy as well as skills in assessment, direct and indirect application, indications / contraindications, safety precautions, French blending methods and current essential oil research. Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to apply basic practical clinical aromatherapy skills safely to human clients. This is a hands-on course with time allotted to create custom French essential oil blends.

Clinical Aromatherapy I - Learning Objectives: 
Upon completion of Clinical Aromatherapy I course, students will be able to:

1. Identify and list ancient versus modern uses of a variety of essential oils.
2. Identify and list safe and unsafe ways to purchase therapeutic grade essential oils.
3. Identify and list safety precautions when using therapeutic essential oils
4. List safe and unsafe topical and aromatic applications of therapeutic essential oils.
5. List the therapeutic healing properties, indications and contraindications
for the use of lavender and spearmint, orange and eucalyptus, peppermint and lemongrass, marjoram and frankincense, bergamot and rosemary, cypress and roman chamomile essential oils. 
6. Create safe and correct essential oil blends using the French blending methods.
7. List specific plant oil results associated with specific medical conditions.

Clinical Aromatherapy II - Course Description: 
The purpose of Clinical Aromatherapy II is to educate the intermediate student with knowledge of twelve (12) new essential oils and their healing properties, essential oils associated with specific conditions and specific blending techniques. This course introduces concepts integral to the intermediate aromatherapist using a variety of new essential oils. Emphasis is placed on intermediate theory and specific blending techniques used in clinical aromatherapy as well as skills in assessment, direct and indirect application, indications / contraindications, safety precautions, French blending methods and current essential oil research. Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to apply intermediate practical clinical aromatherapy skills safely to human clients. This is a hands-on course with time allotted to create intermediate and specific custom French essential oil blends.

Clinical Aromatherapy II - Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of Clinical Aromatherapy II course, intermediate students will be able to:

1. Describe ancient versus modern history and therapeutic uses of twelve (12) new essential oils.
2. Describe classic French blending techniques.
3. Demonstrate proficiency in the French blending methods.
4. Describe safety precautions and proper dilutions of therapeutic essential oil blending.
5. Demonstrate proficiency in direct and indirect application of intermediate therapeutic essential oil blending.
6. Describe the therapeutic healing properties, indications and contraindications for the use of Lemon and Sandalwood, 
Grapefruit and Ravensara, Basil and Cedarwood, Fennel and Geranium, Myrtle and Melaleuca, Balsam Fir and Ginger essential oils.
7. Describe which plant oils are currently being researched and why.



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