For Health Care Providers and Seekers
Are you in the know about the best way to take advantage of this potent brew that can expand consciousness and be a healing force?
With this brief course: You can watch an 80 minute webinar and a 70 minute Q&A discussion with Susana Bustos, PhD. Included are written materials to expand awareness of this timely topic.
Time: Watch online when convenient.
Your Take Home: You will be able to better
What is Ayahuasca?
Susana Bustos, PhD, Facilitator
has over fifteen years of experience in Peru and the USA facilitating the proper preparation, usage, and integration of the extreme states of consciousness Ayahuasca can lead people into. She currently teaches at the California Institute of Integral Studies preparing guides/ sitters.
Continuing Education Credits are available for this course for mental health professionals, nurses and MDs. Go to
https://courses.imhu.org/courses/IMH-ce-credits to sign up for them.
The fee is $50. for each course and we need you to fill out an application to specify some details for each course you take. On completion this course can award you with 2 Continuing Education credits or CMEs. Everyone will receive a course completion certificate on completion.
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Claire Mortimer, a family health nurse practitioner in Maine, is an expert in the practical use of flower essences. Watch her webinar as well as a psychiatrist/psychic medium from Brazil who creates and uses flower essences from her farm in Brazil.
10 Reasons to Add Spirituality to Mental Healthcare and Why$49.00
A 75 minute online webinar on the positive ways spiritual practices can contribute to good mental health--as they have for centuries in other cultures. Also includes a brief look at the limitations of our own system/
Spiritual Emergence Coach Bundle
Get the $850 2-day Practicum and $225 webinar series for $999. That's a $76. reduction in price. These are the two courses needed to qualify to become a Spiritual Emergence Coach®.
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