General Course Structure

Year 1

 

Advanced Introduction to Traditional African Medicine African History & Herbal Medicine

 

  • African History + Herbal Medicine

  • Meditation + Prayer

  • Nutrition + Health

  • Materia Medica I

  • Herbal Formulation

  • Intro Herbal Pharmacy

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology I

  • Qualitative Research I

 

Therapeutic Applications of African Medicine

 

  • Medicinal Chemistry of Herbs

  • Nutrition + Environment I

  • Herbal Medicine I

  • Aromatherapy

  • Herbal Pharmacy I

  • Materia Medica II

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology II

  • Clinical Herbal Protocol I

  • Qualitative Research II

  • Legal Ethical Professional Issues

  • Internal Practicum I

 

Qualitative Research for Clinical Herbalists

 

  • Theoretical + Procedural Foundations

  • Case Studies

  • Ethnography

  • Narrative Analysis

 

Clinical Herbal Protocol & Autophagy

 

  • Herbal Protocols

  • Clinical Assessment

  • Comprehensive SOAP Note 

  • Introduction to Informed Consent

  • Detox Therapy

 

Year 2

 

Clinical Apprenticeship

  • Herbal Medicine II

  • Nutrition + Environment II

  • Herbal Pharmacy II

  • Clinical Herbal Protocol II

  • Introduction to Disease + Conflict

  • Introduction to Health Psychology

  • Herbarium

  • Internal Practicum II

Clinical Internship | Travel Nigeria

 

  • Herbal Medicine III

  • Nutrition + Environment III

  • Herbal Pharmacy III

  • Clinical Herbal Protocol III

  • Disease + Conflict I

  • Culture + Conflict

  • Health Psychology I

  • External Practicum

  • Herbal Clinic

           

 

 

 

Herbal Ethics and Integrity

 

The objective of this course is to examine and comprehend the Traditional African Medicine approach.  At present, the most frequent ethical issue identified is the lack of available quantitative and/or qualitative data pertaining to the action and safety of herbal medicine.  Hence, learners will be encouraged to create and develop honest record keeping skills during class and at home.

 

Method of Teaching

 

Teaching and training in this course will follow a Socratic Approach.The utilization of the Socratic Approach encourages a high level of critical and transformative thinking, which is essential for clinical herbalists.In class, learners will exchange ideas on various aliments, herbal remedies, weekly readings, lecture topics, quiz and testing.

Extensive Application Process

 

Thank you for your interest in the Clinical Naturopathy course!  Becoming a healer is a spiritual calling and not everyone interested in learning how to process herbs will be successful.  However, if you have come this far, you most likely believe that you are mentally, physically and spiritually equipped to take on such task.  Prior to being accepted in our Clinical Naturopathy two-year course, all applicants are required to complete the following:

 

STEP ONE

 

  • A Detailed Application

  • Write a one to two-page summary stating your interest and passion in herbal medicine + what you hope to accomplish with this knowledge

  • Formal Interview with Dr. Nwamara

 

STEP TWO

 

If you successfully complete the initial interview phase | Step One, you will continue with the following actions as directed:

 

  • Complete a 4-Day Water Fast

  • Complete a post interview with Dr. Nwamara to discuss personal experience and learning trajectory

 

If all phases | Steps One + Two, are successfully completed, the interviewee will receive an official letter of acceptance, from Dr. Nwamara detailing their learning trajectory and commitment.

At present, we are not accepting new applications, until October 2020. 

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