- Lesson 1 | Overview of the Respiratory System 1h 30min
- Lesson 2 | Essential Oils and Essential Oil Components 2h 45min
- Lesson 3 | Case Studies and Sample Formulations 1h 45min
Advanced Clinical Aromatherapy for Acute Respiratory Conditions
What You'll Learn
- The most important things to know about the respiratory system as it pertains to aromatherapy applications
- The key respiratory defenses and the essential oils that affect them
- The most effective routes of essential oil administration for acute respiratory conditions
- The key essential oils and key essential oil components for acute respiratory conditions and the ways they impact the respiratory system
- How to link aromatic treatment to evidence and safe, sound treatment rationales
- How to think like a clinical aromatherapist in addressing a client's complaints with an individualized approach
This course will go over specific aromatherapeutic interventions for acute respiratory conditions, including specific case studies and sample aromatherapy formulations for both infectious and allergic rhinitis, acute sinusitis, pharyngitis, as well as influenza. The course is taught by Rhiannon Lewis.
Rhiannon Lewis is an expert in the clinical applications of essential oils. In this course, she will share her 30+ years of experience in the use of essential oils in the treatment of acute respiratory conditions. This course is specifically designed for aromatherapists, naturopathic doctors, and other natural medicine practitioners. This course is a must for any practitioner interested in the clinical use of essential oils.
Rhiannon doesn’t believe in teaching for simply information’s sake. She believes deeply in teaching for the purpose of clinical understanding and enhancing clinical practice. The information that is provided in this course is all intended to increase your comfortability in using essential oils safely and effectively for acute respiratory conditions. She will provide sample case formulations; but it is not her goal to train you in robotic, cookie-cutter formulations. Her emphasis in this course will be to teach you to think like a clinical aromatherapist – to understand the client in front of you and your rich toolkit beside you – to provide for an entirely individualized treatment approach. This is where aromatherapy truly shines, in the ability to create a formulation that isn’t targeted for the masses, but rather is customized for the client in front of you. By the end of the course, the practitioner will gain the confidence to use essential oils safely and effectively for acute respiratory conditions. If you or anyone you know has ever had a cold, allergies, or a sore throat – you need to take this course!
Essential Oils Covered
Some of the essential oils covered will include anise, bay laurel, black spruce, cajuput, cinnamon bark, clary sage, clove, copaiba, cornmint, Eucalyptus species, fennel, ginger, hyssop, khella, manuka, mountain savory, niaouli, peppermint, ravintsara, red myrtle, rosemary, sweet inula, thyme (carvacrol, thujanol, and thymol), tea tree, West Indian Bay …and others.
Essential Oil Components Covered
Some of the essential oil components covered in this course will include 1,8-cineole, ⍺-pinene / β-pinene, ⍺-terpineol, β-caryophyllene, Anethole, borneol, bornyl acetate, camphene, camphor / bornanone, limonene, menthol, pinocamphone, thymol …and others.
Clinical Aromatherapy: Master Class Series
This course is part of a new series on Naturopathic CE called Clinical Aromatherapy: Master Class Series. Each course in the series will focus on a particular set of pathologies or body system. This series is a must for any practitioner interested in the clinical use of essential oils.
Rhiannon Lewis has been active in the field of clinical aromatherapy for the past 30 years; she is an experienced aromatherapist, author, editor and gifted educator. Her interest in essential oils and related plant extracts effectively dovetails with her passion for making a difference to health and quality of life using plant medicines.
Rhiannon's background in healthcare (nursing), education, and publishing has enabled her to effectively share her knowledge, experience and skills with professionals working in diverse clinical settings around the world. Her extensive experience in the clinical uses of essential oils stems from undertaking training in the UK, France and the USA. Rhiannon is a Fellow of the International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists (GB). Her overriding goal is to demonstrate measurable improvements in health and quality of life using evidence-based, safe, effective aromatic interventions. Rhiannon is motivated by the potential of essential oils and plant extracts to improve health and quality of life. She is driven by the desire to make evidence-based information accessible to therapists who are looking to integrate essential oil use alongside regular medical care. She is passionate about promoting the field of clinical aromatherapy and herbal therapeutics worldwide.
Rhiannon has been living in the mountains of Provence (France) since 1999. Her passion for nature and especially aromatic plants has led to several local initiatives to raise environmental awareness. As director of Essential Oil Resource Consultants.
Rhiannon hosts residential classes in advanced clinical aromatherapy near her mountain home as well as travelling internationally to lecture on a range of subjects concerning clinical aromatherapy and essential oil science. Since 2004, Rhiannon has been editor of The International Journal of Clinical Aromatherapy: the only professional aromatherapy publication in the world with a clinical focus, taking an evidence-based approach to help and inspire practitioners to use essential oils and related products in a range of healthcare settings. The IJCA is a main sponsor of Botanica2020.
Rhiannon is also the host and organizer for the international conference series, Botanica. This biannual conference is a natural extension of Rhiannon's work – aiming to promote the safe, effective use of essential oils and related extracts and to encourage their use in clinical settings alongside mainstream healthcare. Botanica2018 was her fourth event; bringing together almost 400 herbalists, clinical aromatherapists, researchers, growers and distillers from around the world for 3 days of international conference and trade show. Rhiannon is also host and organiser of another international educational event held every two years at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London, focused on the use of essential oils specifically in hospital, hospice and elderly care settings. She is also a long-time and active member of the organising committee of Phyt’Arom Grasse – a bilingual aromatherapy and herbal medicine conference based in France. Rhiannon herself is fluent in both French and English.
Rhiannon’s contribution and deep dedication to the field of aromatherapy has not gone unnoticed; in 2000, she was made a fellow of the International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists (UK), in 2009, she received the Outstanding Achievement award from the Alliance of International Aromatherapists (USA) and in 2019, she received the Lifetime Achievement award from the Alliance of International Aromatherapists (USA).
Continuing Education Approvals
California Board of Chiropractic Examiners (CA BOCE)6 hours total (up to 6 hours Category B - Wellness) -Direct Approval
Canadian Federation of Aromatherapists (CFA)6 CEUs total (up to 6 CEUs Category A) -Direct Approval
National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA)6 CE credits total -Direct Approval
New Hampshire Association of Naturopathic Doctors (NHAND)6 CEUs total (up to 6 CEUs General) -Direct Approval
Vermont Office of Professional Regulation (VT OPR)6 hours total (up to 6 hours General) -Direct Approval
Alliance of International Aromatherapists (AIA)6 CPDs total (up to 6 CPDs Category A, up to 6 CPDs Category B) -Assumed Approval
Arizona Naturopathic Physicians Medical Board (AZ NPMB)6 CMEs total (up to 6 CMEs General) -Assumed Approval
Aromatherapy Registration Council (ARC)6 hours total -Assumed Approval
California Committee of Naturopathic Medicine (CA CNM)6 hours total (up to 6 hours General) -Assumed Approval
College of Naturopathic Doctors of Alberta (CNDA)6 continuing competence credits total -Assumed Approval
College of Naturopathic Physicians of British Columbia (CNPBC)6 hours total (up to 6 hours Category C - Educational Courses) -Assumed Approval
College of Naturopaths of Ontario (CONO)6 credits total (up to 6 credits Category B) -Assumed Approval
Colorado Office of Naturopathic Doctor Registration (CO ONDR)6 PDAs total -Assumed Approval
Connecticut Department of Public Health: Naturopathic Physician Licensure (CT DPH: NPL)6 hours total -Assumed Approval
Council for Homeopathic Certification (CHC)6 CEUs total (up to 6 CEUs Category 2) -Assumed Approval
District of Columbia Health Regulation and Licensing Administration (DC HRLA)6 hours total -Assumed Approval
Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Professional & Vocational Licensing (HI DCCA)6 CEs total (up to 6 CEs General) -Assumed Approval
Idaho Board of Medicine: Naturopathic Medical Board (ID BOM: NMB)6 hours total (up to 6 hours General) -Assumed Approval
Kansas State Board of Healing Arts (KS SBHA)6 CEUs total -Assumed Approval
Maine Board of Complementary Health Care Providers (ME BCHCP)6 hours total (up to 6 hours General) -Assumed Approval
Manitoba Naturopathic Association (MNA)6 hours total (up to 6 hours Category B) -Assumed Approval
Maryland Board of Physicians (MD BP)6 hours total -Assumed Approval
Minnesota Board of Medical Practice (MN BMP)6 contact hours total (up to 6 contact hours General) -Assumed Approval
Montana Board of Alternative Health Care (MT BAHC)6 hours total (up to 6 hours General) -Assumed Approval
North Dakota Board of Integrative Health Care (ND BIHC)6 credits total (up to 6 credits General) -Assumed Approval
Rhode Island Department of Health: Board of Medical Licensure and Discipline (RI DOH: BMLD)6 hours total -Assumed Approval
Saskatchewan Association of Naturopathic Practitioners (SANP)6 hours total (up to 6 hours Category C) -Assumed Approval
Utah Naturopathic Physician Licensing Board (UT NPLB)6 CEs total (up to 6 CEs General) -Assumed Approval
Washington State Department of Health: Board of Naturopathy (WA DOH: BON)6 hours total (up to 6 hours Category 2) -Assumed Approval