Peacesoul, I see you are in Montreal I am in Saskatchewan but am in Montreal monthly for work. I am curious about your professional knowlege of nautropath teachings I would be interested in taking a class like you had mentioned in a previous post, the ones I have found online you actually have to be registered in the medical field and had a previous designation or classes? Would you be able to email me where you are getting your formal education in naturopath I would be curious to take the course if I can work my travel for work around it. I do have a relative who is a physician and nauturopath but she is in Bejing so with the time change and both our busy working schedules I hate to keep trying to track her down via email when she can't actually see me or run tests.
I don't have a prof knowledge of natuopathic teaching since I am not teaching. Nor am I a professional, yet.
I am in school taking courses to get my degree as a naturopathic practitioner.
To be an ND (naturopathic Doctor), you need to have a bach degree (medical background) to get admitted and the schooling is equiv. to a doctrine in allopathic medicine.
I don't have 7 yrs to spare to go to medical school nor do I want to be an ND. I want to be a practitioner.
I take classes here
The courses here are once or twice a week and there are no classes you can take just once a month.
If you're interested in taking courses in the natural field, why not take some on line courses. They offer the exact equiv. of in class courses (more expensive) and tougher, but most of these school offer private tutors who are actual NDs
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