This class can be taken out of order after the core classes of Levels I-IV are completed. Clinical Documentaries class is required for Acutonics Practitioner Certification.
There are no new tools associated with this class for purchase.
If you are interested in earning clinic hours in a virtual world (you zoom and treat with distance ), we can arrange for you to send your developed session after intake role playing completed on Day 2 of this class.
Arrange Zoom time to send session to partner for clinic hours via teacher
Or if you send distance session on your own time, you must submit your written plan to Mary@dfwactuonics and date of session. This should be in Case Study format supplied & taught in this class.
Clinical hours will be half price due to association with class.
This class provides an in-depth opportunity to explore and synthesize case studies for a variety of complex conditions. We will discuss the theory, method, intention, creativity, sound healing research and practical skills that come together in clinical practice as an Acutonics Integrative Medicine practitioner. You will have the opportunity to respond to instructor-presented cases as well as present your own case studies, share clinical stories, techniques and a range of diagnostic approaches with your colleagues.
Required for practitioner certification
Central Time zone
Course Length: 2-day Class
Prerequisites: Acutonics Level I: Sound Gates to Meridian Harmonics , Acutonics Level II: Higher Harmonics and the Inner Nature of Tone , Acutonics Level III: Harmonic Attunement , Acutonics Level IV: Advanced Harmonic Applications
This is a two-day class that focuses on the clinical practice of Acutonics. It uses the case study method to help students assess and plan treatments for their clients. A case study outline can help focus a protocol when a practitioner is unsure of where to start on a client case. This is done through teacher led group analysis and discussion of various cases. Client intake forms and release forms for Acutonics sessions in clinical practice are included along with the SOAP (subjective, objective, analysis, plan) method of case documentation for record keeping. The Acutonics Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice is provided and can be signed for submission to the Acutonics Institute. The Acutonics Certified Practitioner requirements are covered as well as introduction to the Acutonics Student Thesis/Final Project requirements for those interested in full certification. Information on Acutonics electives is provided. Required clinical hour forms and requirements are covered for those seeking certification. The majority of the class involves group discussion and presentation of case studies. There is a practicum time provided on the last afternoon of day two in which students apply the interview skills taught in class with a student partner in breakout rooms and develop an Acutonics session plan. Opportunities can be provided to send that session via distance to earn clinic hours after class.