Practitioner Course

A System for Self Care

Self-care practices can have substantial effects on your patients. For some of them, it will be their most valuable component of your care. Something they can use to get well, stay in control, and boost their energy.
Format

Online Course
2 lessons

Availability

12 Months OR Subscriber Pass

Duration

90 min/lesson
3 Hours total

Presenter

Aoife Earls

About this course

The majority of people are struggling with busy, challenging circumstances that are impacting their lives and their health. Many of your patients are stressed, feel fatigued or are in various stages of overwhelm. Unfortunately, when they are stressed and fatigued they have a substantially reduced ability to recover and get well. 

Aoife Earls has created this two-part webinar series to give you a wide range of self-care practices and she presents these in a model that helps you implement them for your patients. She has created a mind map that you can use, allowing them to craft their own self care strategy.

While there is a tremendous amount that we can do to help patients physiologically, what they need to do as part of their own self resilience and capacity to cope, are specific practices of self-care. Self-care is a system of recovery that enables them to get control of their health and stay well. 

Your patients have come to you for support and this presentation gives you the outline to explain the why, how and when of self care. Self-care practices can have substantial effects on your patients. For some of them, it will be their most valuable component of your care. Something they can use to get well, stay in control, and boost their energy.

As a clinician, you will also find this series valuable for your own resilience and energy.
What you receive:
  • Clear protocol explanations from some of the world's top practitioners
  • Clinical pearls for improved practice results
  • Access to your audio and video recordings via the App Store
  • A downloadable PDF of the presenter’s slides
  • Links to all referenced research papers and useful clinical handouts
  • Access to the community hub where you can get answers to your questions
  • A 30-day money back guarantee

From this course you will

  • Learn how to create a system of self-care for each of your patients
  • Understand the everyone needs their own self-care practices
  • Discover how genetic polymorphisms affect resilience and adaptability
  • Learn how hormones affect our epigenome
  • Have a new set of techniques that you can use to boost the effectiveness of practically all of the other therapies you are using
  • Discover how the polyvagal system can support our whole body
  • Understand when adrenal support is only a part of our adaptogenic toolbox

What's in this course

Your Presenter

Aoife Earls

Dr Aoife Earls ND is a licensed naturopathic doctor practicing in Oakville, Ontario, licensed with College of Naturopaths of Ontario. Her undergraduate training is in psychology and biology and her graduate studies is a Masters of Science in Behavioural Neuroscience exploring the brain, immune system, and hormones in experimental models of lupus in a discipline known as Psychoneuroimmunology.

In furthering her understanding and support of the mind-body connection, Dr. Earls has had training in mindfulness and has a special interest in grief, depression, and anxiety. She writes for Naturopathic Currents, an online site for naturopathic doctors and is passionate about spreading the message that mind-body medicine is health-forward and the way we can support our society grow in healthful ways.