If you would like to help people maintain their health and vitality, studying naturopathy can be a rewarding path to take.
What is Naturopathy?
Naturopathy takes a holistic approach to health. Its central philosophy is using the ‘healing power of nature’, so that the body can repair and heal itself. Naturopaths work with their clients to help prevent, assess and treat conditions within their body. A number of approaches are incorporated into naturopathy, including:
- Nutritional advice
- Herbal remedies
Naturopathy Study Options
Naturopathy is one of the many modalities that offer flexible study programs. Short courses, full-time, part-time, correspondence and online courses are all available avenues for learning naturopathy.
Your course should cover the medical sciences, homeopathy, nutritional science, herbalism and massage.
If you would like to obtain formal naturopathy qualifications, you will find many naturopathy colleges and universities with a suite of study options. You could study an Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy at a college, or undertake an undergraduate or postgraduate course in health science, with a major in naturopathy.
Choosing a Naturopathy Schools
Explore the directory via the links above, to find a naturopathy course provider in your local area. When enquiring with a college of your choice, consider the following:
- Is the course being offered full-time, part-time or at your own pace?
- Is the course recognised by the government or potential employers?
- Where is the college or school located?
- What is the full cost of the course?
- What career options can I pursue after graduating?
If you’re ready to begin exploring this holistic healing modality, search the directory above.