New Naturopath Courses Available for the Fall
Aug 01, 2016 12:30AM
Clinical Nutritionist Dian Freeman is now accepting deposits for her Wellness Simplified Naturopathic Course for certification in Holistic Health beginning October 9. Freeman has been conducting the six-month naturopathic national certification course twice a year for 13+ years. She teaches modalities learned by experience and combined in her own practice. Among these include what used to be considered clinical nutrition, which was based on optimal supplementation as developed through orthomolecular nutrition. Freeman combines this original nutritionist tradition with the newer approaches of functional nutrition diets, herbalism, essential oils, flower essences and many other effective healing modalities, including vibrational energy tools.
Freeman, who also lectures nationally at conferences and holistic gatherings, teaches how to regain good health by using food, supplements and drugless holistic practices. Her course leads to designation as a Certified Holistic Health Counselor (CHHC), which is used by many of her 600+ graduate students in their own practices. She also offers each student complementary nutritional consultations, business-building meetings and mentors them in health and business well after the course ends.
Freeman has a private practice in Morristown and is currently finishing her Doctorate in Medical Humanities at Drew University, where she received her Masters Degree.