Advanced Clinical Practice

7th unit – ADVANCEC CLINICAL PRACTICE (84 h)

Our seventh and last unit is a valuable asset for those wishing to become holistic medicine professionals, as its completion accredits students with a Reflex Therapist Professional Diploma.

The learning practice includes valuable dialogues with the trainers, as well as case studies that are completed in an apprenticeship format. Student work is always supervised by a certified therapist that promotes autonomy and trust.

During the course of this unit, students are given grounds to individually explore the different languages they have been taught, deep-dive into areas that excite them the most, and create their own therapeutic approach, tailored to each client’s context.

Main goals

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Proficiently use and combine different Body Reflex Therapy practices and personalize their healing approach to the client’s situation and symptoms.
Specific objectives

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Create tailored healing paths;
  • Recognize symptoms and understand the connections the situation described by the patient;
  • Identify what main systems should be addressed;
  • Understand the client’s clinical history and how it affects their current state;
  • Indicate what primary emotions clients should overcome;
  • Act therapeutically and holistically using the client’s symptoms as a starting point;
  • Recognize different reflex zones in the body;
  • Bring the Body Reflex Therapy concepts and practices learned in previous training units to the clinical process;
  • Display the ability to interrelate theoretical and practical knowledge;
  • Conduct two case studies;
  • Perform specific Body Reflex Therapy procedures by examining the client on the spot and without having access to prior history.
Weekend (*)
– Feminine Body Reflex Therapy– Female reproductive system

– Conditions affecting the female reproductive system

– Hormonal swings treatments and formulas

– Wellness treatments and formulas

1
– Different projections of the urinary system– Urinary system symptoms and treatments

– Respiratory system symptoms and treatments

2
– Nutritional profile and nutrition– Nutritional symptoms and treatments 3
– Body Reflex Therapy in human psychology– Treating autoimmune disorders 4
– Exam Exam
(*) The course is delivered over 4 months, 1 weekend per month, coming up to 84h training time (56h classroom training, 20h case studies and 8h exam).
Duration

4 months (1 weekend per month)

Examination takes place 1 month after the course has been finalized and it lasts one day (10 am – 6 pm).

 

Schedule

Saturdays 2 – 8 pm

Sundays 10 am – 8 pm

 

Course fee

Enrolment: €75

Full course (4 months) €600

> 10% discount with upfront payment €540

> 4x monthly instalments of €150

Exam fee: €100

Paulo Pais

(Founder, TESED and NVR – Neurovisceral Reflexology)

After having studied Clinical Hypnosis, Foot Reflexology, Iridology and Craniosacral Therapy, Paulo started his clinical practice in 2009. In addition to the therapeutic techniques mentioned above, he has also studied Chinese Medicine and Visceral Manipulation. Paulo thinks of medicine as a broad field of knowledge, and his positioning as a professional reflects this: from the onset, he looks at each human being holistically. Deepening this viewpoint, he founded the concept of Integrated Holistic Medicine (IHM) in 2011. During the following year, Paulo worked on putting into practice the IMH theory and developed two therapeutic methods, TESED and NVR, examples of how the body, mind and soul are three pieces to an integrated whole.


Susana Silva

Susana started her therapy and personal development training in 2007, and that was when she found her true passion – Reflexology. She later attended multiple seminars that focused on zone therapy, where she learned about emotional patterns and states of imbalance. She’s been training therapists since 2009 all over the country. As someone who constantly likes to evolve and learn, Susana was acquainted with a new approach to reflexology, popular in Northern Europe: Full-Body Reflexology, which marked a turning point in her clinical and teaching approach and since 2014 that she dedicates to teaching reflexology with her own method – Tesed Method.

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