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School of Naturopathy & Natural Medicine

School of Naturopathy & Natural Medicine

Naturopathy is a system of alternative medicine based on the theory that diseases can be successfully treated/prevented without the use of drugs. It incorporates detoxification, hydrotherapy (water therapy), herbalism, and other natural substances and methods to create homeostasis (balance).

The requirements for our programs equal or exceed those of regionally accredited U.S. Colleges and Universities.
 
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Certificate

Immunotherapy

IMMUNOTHERAPY CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

TOTAL OF 12 CREDIT HOURS

$65/per Credit Hour - Total Tuition: $780 - Monthly Payment Plans Available
 
COURSES AND DESCRIPTIONS  
 


Immunotherapy - Part I - You will learn about Innate and Adaptive Immunity, Biologically Sig-
nificant Molecules, Cells and Cell properties,  Organization and Inheritance of HLA, Determinants
of Immunity, Exposure to Antigens, How to Identify Cells, how to recognize T Lymphocytes, and
B Lymphocytes.. Know this will put you into a professional category with exceptional knowledge
that most in the natural health do not possess. This course is “a must” of all who intend to enter the
health care field.        4 CREDIT HOURS   
 
Immunotherapy - Part II - You will learn about Immunoglobulins, Specific Immunoglobulins,
Genetics of Immunoglobulin Diversity, Immunoglobulins Allotypes and Idiotypes, T-cell Recep-
tor Diversity, Cellular Interactions and Cytokines, Humoral Immune Response, Cell-Mediate Im-
munity,  and the Classical Pathway and Membrane Attack Unit are discussed.       4 CREDIT HOURS
 
Immunotherapy - Part III - This last part delves into Passive Immunity, Active Immunity, Im-
mune System Responses, Immunity at Surfaces, Effects of Antibodies, Cell-Mediate Immune
Events, Manifestations of Immunodeficiency, Acquired Conditions of Depressed Immunity, Pri-
mary Conditions Affecting Both T Cells and B Cells, Disorders of T and B Cells, Deficiencies in
the Complement System, Abnormalities of Phagocytosis, Neoplasms, Inflammation and Immune-
Mediated Diseases, Transplantation Immunology, and Cancer Immunology.  4 CREDIT HOURS 

Diploma

Anti-Aging Practitioner

Anti-Aging Practitioner Diploma - 30 Credit Hours

Courses and Descriptions
  • Introduction to Natural Health I - The student is introduced to the history of Natural Health Therapies, which will include historical natural health developments, key people, and writings that have played a role in the development of this field. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Introduction to Natural Health II(Alternative Health Therapies) - This study will provide an examination of a variety of alternative health therapies that are available to individuals today. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Introduction to Natural Health III (Options for Ailments) — This course will look at a variety of ailments and the array of natural health therapies available to help achieve healthy conditions. As there are several modalities of therapy available, various therapies will be compared. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Natural Health Remedies for Stressful Conditions – This course focuses on the benefits and healing properties of natural medicine Discussed are oriental medicine, acupuncture, acupressure, meditation, homeopathy, botanical medicine, chiropractic care, massage therapy, psychotherapy, family therapy, and biofeedback. You will learn the value of “Stress and Relaxation” therapy, and how it influences the mind, body, and spirit. Learn about natural therapies and they may help others and yourself. Study the effects of anxiety on the mind and body, aromatherapy, and the psychological causes of depression and what can be done to eliminate these problems. In addition, special herbal formulas are given, diets, nutritional formulas, massage reflexology, and how one may lean to “control his/her thoughts” for a better outlook on life.  3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Longevity – This course gives details and facts on the latest research for living longer. Through this study one will learn how to enjoy a more vital, disease-free life, a sharp memory, and a longer lifespan. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Drug-Herb-Vitamin Interactions – It is alarming to realize that most Naturopathic Colleges offer no such course as this. Consider this: “If a family physician knew nothing about interactions, would you go back to see him/or her?” So, why shouldn’t the Naturopath know as much? This study is an absolute must for the practitioner, inasmuch as it covers more than 4,500 known major interactions between pharmaceutical drugs and food specific nutrients, and herbs—for example, inhibition of vitamin K may be caused by antibiotics or iron deficiency, and may be triggered by long-term use of aspirin. This is the “kind-of-stuff” that the professional needs to know. Side effects are also discussed; consider what would happen if a Naturopath gave a client extra doses of vitamin E, garlic, and gingko, when a client is taking heavy doses of warfarin (trade name, Coumadin—legally known as “Rat Poison”). Probably the client would be dead within 24 hours. Discussed in this study are: Combination Drugs with 250 vitamins, minerals, herbs, and other nutritional supplements. Also, Interactions for herbs and supplements are discussed, as well as understanding drugs by classifications. In addition you will learn: depletion and interference, adverse interactions of drugs and supplements, bioavailability (that is, the indications of how herbs and supplements decrease absorption). 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Anti-Aging Therapies I – You will learn about the various kinds of vitamins, and what are known to be “essential.” A detailed study will be made on vitamins and their benefits. Also included are details about bioflavonoids complex, vitamin P, C2 with phytochemicals, catekins, tannins, quercitrin, and other photochemicals and many others too numerous to mention. No other college course is as thorough as this one. 2 CREDIT HOURS

  • Anti-Aging Therapies II – This part will cover the protein Amino Acids and power foods. A special section covers enzyme classification, lectins, methylation and pigments. The Power Foods are covered such as acidophilus, aloe vera, cereals, buckwheat, millet, wild rice, sesame, and wheat and a whole array of other "Power Foods.” Learning about Power Foods is especially important for those who are interested in good nutrition and its benefits. 2 CREDIT HOURS

  • Anti-Aging Therapies III – This part will explain more about “herbs” than any other course. Almost every know herb is described and then you will learn how they help to heal various maladies; the various ways to use the “medicinal herbs” are also explained. Just a few of them are: Abuta, Acacia, Adder’s Tongue, Ale Hoof, Alfafa, Angelica, and others. Few studies include what is found in this one, such as animal-substance remedies that are derived from the honey been venom, cantharides (Spanish Fly), castoreum, coccus cacti, wild ferret, snail syrup, and shark cartilage and much more 2 CREDIT HOURS

Energy Balance Therapist

ENERGY BALANCE THERAPST DIPLOMA - COURSES AND DESCRIPTIONS

  • Healing of Body, Mind & Spirit - Study the tripartite (the human in three parts—body, soul and spirit) and learn how the ideal balance is achieved in conjunction with foods and environment. Learn to recognize what your tripartite is saying, in an effort to create homeostasis (balance) so that longevity is possible. Even a weakened area can be a result of stress or even a susceptibility due to the basic genetics of the individual. Learn to use common sense in the area of: proper diet, proper exercise, proper rest, and proper breathing. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Healing of Body, Mind & Spirit - Study the tripartite (the human in three parts—body, soul and spirit) and learn how the ideal balance is achieved in conjunction with foods and environment. Learn to recognize what your tripartite is saying, in an effort to create homeostasis (balance) so that longevity is possible. Even a weakened area can be a result of stress or even a susceptibility due to the basic genetics of the individual. Learn to use common sense in the area of: proper diet, proper exercise, proper rest, and proper breathing. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Introduction to Healing with Pressure Point Therapy II - Learn about the 14 meridians and the control of energy (“chi”—pronounced chee). Study how a malady in an organ may be caused by a problem in its corresponding meridian or vice versa. Learn to locate a “blockage” (or problem) in the meridians that precede it within the normal cycle of the energy flow. Learn about polarity and how energy is governed by three polarities positive/electrical (yang), the negative/magnetic (yin), and the neutral. Also, much more is discussed in this study such as: color therapies, sound therapies, and to how to work with group therapy using these techniques. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Natural Healing I – The student is introduced to the history of natural health therapies, which will include natural health development, key people, and writings (books) that have play a role in the development in the field of natural healing. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Natural Healing II – This course will provide and examination of a variety of alternative health therapies such as colonics, homeopathic remedies, cancer remedies, and more that are available today. The results are also discussed. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Natural Healing III – Discusses a wide variety of treatment options for ailments and maladies that are considered holistic or alternative. This course will consider and investigate a wide variety of treatments and chart their effectiveness. As there are several modalities of therapy available, various therapies shall be compared and analyzed. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Energy Healing I - The human body is an energy system. Both the ancients and the modern scientists agree that everything in life is formed of vibration—or energy. Learn different energy fields in the body and how they operate, with the understanding, that the task of the holistic health practitioner is to determine which energies, intensities, and combinations are most effective in the healing process. You will also learn about the “aruic field” This aura is comprise of two aspects: subtle bodies and energy emanations of the human body itself. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Energy Healing II - Learn about how the “aura” of the body is important in Vibrational Healing. Chakras are the primary mediators of all energy within the body and coming into it. They mediate the electromagnetic and other subtle energy impulses of our energy system. They take our energy expressions and assist the body in distributing various physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual functions. Learn how to improve a person’s health changing their habits such as: poor diet, lack of exercise, lack of fresh air, stress, alcohol, drugs, tobacco negative habits, and improper psychic activity. All of the aforementioned when reduced or eliminated lead to homeostasis (balance). 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Energy Healing III - You will study more about vibrations that balance and stimulate the body. Lean about the physical effects that are located at the area of the coccyx at the base of the spine. It is tied to the functions of the circulatory system. Study Emotional/Mental attitudes causing or reflecting dysfunction. Learn the “etheric touch” and how people are ignorant of their bodies as an energy system. Learn how to project healing energies through your hands, called “therapeutic touch” or in the church world, “laying on of hands.” It seems the ancients were aware that energy was transformed through the hands directly to humans to physically heal them and to assist them in their spiritual needs as “the anointing” (the energy that propels them through the “laying on of hands”). 3 CREDIT HOURS

Pediatric Consultant

PEDIATRIC CONSULTANT DIPLOMA - COURSES AND DESCRIPTIONS

  • Infant Nutrition - This course answers many questions new mothers or midwives may be asking. Learn all you need to know about breastfeeding, and the breastfeeding relationship between a mother and baby. The text covers natural healthcare for the mother and baby, postpartum recovery, and how herbs help after child birth, with weaning, and more. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Pediatric Nutrition - Proper nutrition can have a big effect on many problems with children. Learn how nutrition is linked to short attention spans to aggressive behavior in children. This course also covers how to prepare a balance and nutritious lifestyle to help get children off to the best start in life physically, mentally, and emotionally. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Infant Anatomy & Physiology I - Every aspect of Infant Anatomy and Physiology is discussed because every health care professional needs a basic understanding of this subject. In part one you will study the: framework for development, the development of the integumentary system, the musculoskeletal system, the development of the control system, the development of the cardiovascular system, and the development of the respiratory system. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Infant Anatomy & Physiology II – In part two the study continues with the: gastrointestinal tract, the development of the renal system, the reproductive tract, the development of the immune system and immunity, the development tof the special senses, and dentition. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Homeopathic Medicine for Children – Homeopathic medicine for children is becoming more popular. This course covers how to use homeopathic medicine for children, how choosing the correct remedy can make all the difference, common ailments for children and remedies for each ailment, and essential homeopathic medicines for children. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Pediatric Psychology – Pediatric psychology is a multifaceted and integrated field of both scientific research and clinical practice that focuses on addressing a wide range of physical and psychological issues related to promoting health and development of children, adolescents, and their families, with an emphasis on evidence-based methods. These health-related issues are considered by pediatric psychologists within a developmental context and reflect a systems-oriented approach to examining certain factors that affect children and their families. This field was “founded in 1969” and has grown in popularity since its conception. Ultimately, the recurrent as well as emerging issues that help both define the field and shape the future of pediatric psychology are worth the time it takes to “learn more about this field.” 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Pediatric Aromatherapy - Essential Oils are becoming more popular. This course teaches students how essential oils can help with pregnancy, childbirth, infants, and children. Also, learn which essential oils are safe for children, and which oils can be harmful to infants and children. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Pediatric Vitamin Supplementation I - This course revolves around infants and toddlers, and how vitamins can improve the general health and health problems. This course discusses immunization, colic, diarrhea, feeding, checkups, ear infections, colds, flu, fever, SIDS, allergies, and more! The text has a three-tiered approach for raising healthier children with 1) good diet and daily vitamin supplements, 2) higher doses of vitamin supplements for special needs, and 3) appropriately very high orthomolecular doses of nutrients when there is an illness. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Pediatric Vitamin Supplementation II - This course revolves around the child and some health problems that may occur. The text covers how a healthy diet can have a profound impact on a child’s development and growth. This course has a practical guide to using therapeutic nutrition for a number of common childhood illnesses that can be prevented and effectively treated with vitamins and other nutrients. The course also covers the pros and cons of antibiotics and vaccinations, and tackles some of the most pressing health issues for children: obesity, diabetes, allergies, asthma, and ADHD. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Child Obesity - Childhood obesity is the most common health problem facing children today. Medical problems that doctors once saw only in adults aged 50 or older are now striking children: heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, asthma, joint problems, arthritis, and more! This course provides a step-by-step lifestyle change program designed for the whole family! Learn how to get children healthier, and how this change can affect the whole family and even the local schools and community! 3 CREDIT HOURS

Doctorate

Doctor of Naturopathy (N.D.)

 

This coveted degree is often held by individuals who are not physicians. However, it is not uncommon for a Chiropractor, Medical Doctor, or Doctor of Osteopathy to hold such a degree. This degree program teaches a student about the role of good and bad fats, detoxification, parasite prevention, geriatric therapies, energy healing, sports nutrition, and much more.
 
Course Title   Credit Hours
     

Alternative and Conventional Treatments I

 

3

Alternative and Conventional Treatments II

 

3

Alternative and Conventional Treatments III

 

3

Complementary Alternative Medicine* NOTE: If student has not taken a course in Anatomy & Physiology, it must be taken here. 

 


4

Healing Concepts

 

3

Nutritional Modalities

 

3

Healing Fats and Killing Fats

 

2

Microbiology

 

3

Drug-Herb-Vitamin Interaction

 

3

Western Medicine I (Merck)

 

3

Western Medicine II (Merck)

 

3

Practicum (Clientele Consulting, Jurisprudence [Law], and Certification by Kay K. Larson, Ph.D., author of "Starting a Business as a Natural Health Consultant: A Guide for the Professional”)

 


4

Counseling & Personalities Disorders

 

2

Detoxification*

 

2

Orthomolecular Medicine

 

2

Elective*

 

3

Gerontology—Aging & Health*

 

2

Homeopathy*

 

3

Pathophysiology

 

3

Stress, Diet, and Your Heart

 

3

Anti-Aging Medicine

 

2

Low Fat Weight Loss*

 

3

Immunology

 

3

Dissertation (Thesis) Three (3) theses of 5,000 words each – total 15,000 words

 

3


Total Credit Hours   68

* Course may be substituted for an elective.

 

 Doctor of Naturopathy Course Descriptions

IMPORTANT NOTE:  IN STATES, PROVINCES, OR COUNTRIES WHERE THE N.D. DEGREE IS
PROHIBITED FOR NATURAL HEALTH PRACTICE WITHOUT A LICENSE, THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR    
OF TRADITIONAL NATUROPATHY (D.T.N.) MAY BE GRANTED TO A GRADUATE UPON REQUEST.

Doctor of Philosophy in Natural Medicine (Ph.D.)

NOTE: The Doctorate (PhD) of Natural Medicine has been approved by the prestigious Texas Chiropractic College! Graduates are eligible to receive certificates as Practitioners of Natural Medicine through TCC!


(Kingdom College of Natural Health and Texas College of Chiropractic have the right to withdraw at anytime without notice.)

 

A Ph.D. degree is the most coveted degree in the academic world. However, it is not uncommon for the Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Osteopathy, Doctor of Chiropractic, as well as other professionals to earn it. This degree is similar to the Doctor of Naturopathy. Our Doctor of Philosophy degree is presently in much demand where new licensing laws are restricting traditional naturopaths from using the ND and NMD degrees. The holder of this degree will have the knowledge to teach, do research, or practice naturopathy in accordance to state laws or respective residency.

 

A student may specialize in the following areas:
Complementary Medicine | Herbology | Natural Health | Naturopathic Science
Nutrition | Integrative Medicine | Oriental Medicine | Homeopathy

 
Courses marked with and asterisk ( * ) may be substituted for courses related to your chosen concentration. If you would like assistance in subject selection, or have questions concerning course substitution, please feel free to contact Kingdom College of Natural Health.

 

Course Title

Credit Hours

Alternative and Conventional Treatments I

3

Alternative and Conventional Treatments II

3

Alternative and Conventional Treatments III

3

Complementary Alternative Medicine* NOTE: If student has not taken a course in Anatomy & Physiology, it must be taken here. (Book—or a DVD will be provided based on student  qualifications)

4

Healing Concepts

3

Nutritional Modalities (Book—or a DVD will be provided based on student qualifications)

3

Healing Fats and Killing Fats

3

Diabetes – The Natural Cure

2

Nutritional Biochemistry

2

Drug-Herb-Vitamin Interactions

3

Western Medicine I (Merck)

3

Western Medicine II (Merck)

3

Holistic Health *

3

Orthomolecular Medicine

2

Reflexology *

3

Practicum (Clientele Consulting, Jurisprudence [Law], and Certification taught by Kay K.   Larson, Ph.D., author of “Starting a Business as a Natural Health Consultant:  A Guide for  

the Professional”)

3

Microbiology

2

Counseling and Personalities Disorders

3

Low Fat Weight Loss

3

Immunology

3

Detoxification*

2

Phytotherapy

2

Cancer 

2

Elective*

2

Phytotherapy

2

Pathophysiology

3

Gerontology—Aging & Health*

3

Homeopathy

2

Biology (Book—or DVD will be provided based on student qualifications)

2

Inflammation & Disease Pathology

2

Dissertation—(Thesis) Three (3) theses of 5,000 words each – total 15,000 words.

3

Total Credit Hours

80

 

 

* Course may be substituted for an elective.

 

Doctor of Philosophy Course Descriptions

 

 

Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (N.M.D.) or Doctor of Alternative Medicine (A.M.D)

 

In some circles this degree is becoming more recognized as an "integrative medicine degree." Various professionals, who already hold a professional degree, or license, or the equivalent, may apply. Certain exceptionally experienced non-degreed and non-licensed people may qualify for a specialized curriculum leading to the NMD degree. If interested, contact our admissions office at 1-888-295-7304 in reference to such requests.

NOTE: If you live outside the USA and hold a foreign qualification, please contact us for information concerning enrollment via Email at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . KCNH accelerated degrees attest to the fact that a person has taken advanced training in naturopathy or homeopathy. These degrees are not to be construed as medical degrees, although one may be considered a physician in some locations.

NOTE: In states, provinces or countries where the N.M.D. degree is prohibited for natural health practice with a license, the degree of Doctor of Alternative Medicine (A.M.D.) may be granted to a graduate upon request.

   
Course Title   Credit Hours
     


Alternative Medicine I
Alternative Medicine II 
Alternative Medicine III 
Drug-Herb-Vitamin Interaction 
Food Remedies
Detoxification 
Nutritional Therapies 
Cardiovascular Disease 
Enzymes
Good Fats and Bad Fats 
Longevity
Immunology
Complementary & Integrative Medicine

 


 3 
 3 
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3


Total Credit Hours   40
     
* Course may be substituted for an elective.    

 

Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine Course Descriptions

Doctor of Philosophy in Orthomolecular Medicine (Ph.D.)

Doctor of Philosophy in Orthomolecular Medicine (Ph.D.)

Courses marked with and asterisk ( * ) may be substituted for courses related to your chosen concentration. If you would like assistance in subject selection, or have questions concerning course substitution, please feel free to contact us.

* Course may be substituted for an elective.

Course Title

Credit Hours

Principles in Orthomolecular Medicine

3

The Molecule in Medicine

4

Orthomolecular Science

4

Orthomolecular Methodology

3

Orthomolecular Nutrition

4

*Elective

3

The Application of Nutritional Sciences

4

Principles of Vitamin Therapy

3

Micro and Macro Mineral Therapy

4

Orthomolecular Approach to Disease

4

*Elective

3

Mental Health and Nutrition

3

Schizophrenia—The Orthomolecular Approach

3

Learning Disabilities—The Orthomolecular Approach

3

Psychology in Orthomolecular Science

3

The Orthomolecular Diet

3

The Prevention of Disease

3

Cancer—The Orthomolecular Approach

3

Orthomolecular Medicine in Practice

3

The Application of Orthomolecular Medicine

3

Orthomolecular Medicine in Public Health

3

The pH Balance

2

Dissertation(Thesis) Three (3) theses of 5,000 words each – total 15,000 words.

3

Total Credit Hours

70

 

Doctor of Philosophy in Orthomolecular Medicine Course Descriptions