Psychosomatic Therapy Program
Wholistic Health Training & Research Centre is one of the only holistic therapy and massage therapy training schools in Canada that offers a Psychosomatic Therapy Program. Our founder created this course content himself to ensure each of his students looks at the body as a whole, and they understand that the mind, body and soul work together to make a cohesive being.
Psychosomatic medicine is rooted in the belief that emotions play a role in influencing the mind, body and soul. Which in turn can easily affect energy and illness in the body. With the use of psychosomatic therapy and different holistic therapies, students at Wholistic Health Training are taught how to balance, recover, and rejuvenate any individual with any pressing ailment, physical or mental.
Students will be exposed to the following
Psychosomatic Therapy concepts including:
Students will be taught to analyze the whole body in relation to the emotions that correspond to particular illnesses in the body. In addition to, students will be taught various ways to examine emotional wellness within the practice of psychosomatic medicine. They will also be taught how negative and positive emotions play a role in energy pathways and astral projection. Students at Wholistic Health Training are taught how to balance, recover and rejuvenate any individual that has an illness using psychosomatic medicine.
Before completing the Psychosomatic Program, students must complete 100 hours of practicum practicing psychosomatic medicine.
For more information on our unique Psychosomatic Therapy certificate please contact us or call us at 780-461-6708.
Psychosomatic therapy has a number of benefits for people in various career fields, not just massage therapy. These career fields include:
Throughout this course, students will be taught to harness and identify the multiple ways that emotions influence our health and the relationships around us. Psychosomatic courses allow the therapists to gain an understanding of the relationships that exist between both the physical interpretations of psychosomatic symptoms and our emotional, physical and mental state.