FOU-3 Practical Internship

£900.00

The Practical Colon Hydrotherapy Training module consists of six days of reviewing the theory, seminars, participating in a minimum of 20 colon hydrotherapy treatments with case histories, and experience at least two treatments themselves subject to contraindications and reflective practice.

The number of students is deliberately kept to a minimum to allow for personal attention. The Practical Module is marked on the basis of continuous assessments of the following skills and competencies:

The Practical Colon Hydrotherapy Training module consists of six days of reviewing the theory, seminars, participating in a minimum of 20 colon hydrotherapy treatments with case histories, and experience at least two treatments themselves subject to contraindications and reflective practice.

The number of students is deliberately kept to a minimum to allow for personal attention. The Practical Module is marked on the basis of continuous assessments of the following skills and competencies:

  • History and the present day of colon hydrotherapy;
  • Understanding the Main Principles, Goals and Benefits of Colon Therapy (CHT)
  • Developing a good knowledge of Digestive Physiology, Diseases, Disorders, Contraindications, caution
  • Development and formation of stools, signs of health and disease in their stools;
  • Review of various types of colon hydrotherapy equipment;
  • Room set-up and supplies
  • In-depth understanding of the therapy and procedural aspects of a colon hydrotherapy session
  • Implementing the Code of Ethics for Practitioners: Responsibilities, Standards of Conduct, and Professional Practice
  • Implementing the Code of Practice for Practitioners: Professional Belief Systems, Operational
  • Principles, Professional Conduct – Rules, Boundaries and Limitations, Legal requirements
  • Practicing Safety and effectiveness of the colon Hydrotherapy treatment individualised in accordance with each client’s needs;
  • Hygiene and protection of client’s and therapist’s health;
  • Ability to use therapeutic touch, water temperature and flow to achieve an effective treatment;
  • Philosophy of Informing and helping: Ability to combine listening, talking and observation to determine and start removing barriers to healing;
  • Foundations of nutrition and healthy living.
  • Ability to design an aftercare programme that is based on nutritional and lifestyle adjustments as the first line of intervention
  • The final exam is based on the integration of the theory and practice.

Also includes

Business skills: Running a colon hydrotherapy business and therapist’s referral system;

Course manual, online support and mentoring during the first year of practice and correspondence feedback on homework