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Certificate Program

Total Hours – 250

Format On-line

Completion Time – 24 months

Prerequisites – Licensed Health Providers Only

Reading List


The curriculum below will be completed online. Testing will be completed online after reading the suggested books for each session, as well as reading the course materials provided. The test questions will be taken both from the books on the reading list and from the course materials.


You will learn the interconnected function of the endocrine system and understand the Krebs cycle. Information and research about patient/client endocrine assessment using saliva testing, blood testing, as well as, urine testing are presented.


The history of homeopathy, a complete understanding of homeopathic ingredients and potencies are essential to become competent in determining the correct homeopathic therapy.

History of Using Homeopathic Sarcodes

An overview, as well as, the efficacy of using homeopathically prepared sarcodes

The use of Homeopathic Sarcodes in hormone re-education and rejuvenation therapy.

An overview of homeopathically prepared sarcodes from hormones.

History of Using Homeopathic Nosodes

You will learn about the efficacy of using and recommending homeopathic nosodes and how they work to neutralize genetic disease traits and miasms. In addition, you will also learn

  • an overview of homeopathic nosodes, what they are, when to use them and

how they target a disease or pathology and neutralize it.

Combining Classical Remedies, Nosodes and Sarcodes

Discover the efficacy of using classical and complex homeopathy.

Homeopathic Nosodes Combined with Sarcodes

Assessing and healing a degenerative disease or infection and its relationship to hormonal imbalance.

Repressed Emotions Effect Hormonal Production

The Five Element Theory is a key to help identify the core energy pattern that anchors a disease and is a cause of blocked neurotransmitters, hormones and thus meridians.

The Neuro-Emotional Survey: What it is and how to use it with patients.

The Nine Causes of Endocrine Breakdown

Includes Treatment Protocol Instructor:

Theresa Dale, Ph.D., C.C.N., N.P.

Certified Clinical Nutritionist

Traditional Naturopathic Practitioner

BioEnergetic Medical Consultant

Online Classes

Registration(Non Refundable)
Student Tuition Recovery Fund
Total Tuition and Fees
Equipment and Other Fees
NOT included

All payments will be made payable and mailed to:

California College of Natural Medicine

Mailing Address
1237 South Victoria, #169, Oxnard, CA 93035

Physical Address
143 Figueroa, Ventura, CA 93002

Student Tuition Recovery Fund

The Students Tuition Recovery Fund (“STRF”) was established by the Legislature to protect any California resident who attends a private postsecondary institution from losing money if they prepaid tuition and suffer a financial loss as a result of the school closing, failing to live up to its enrollment agreement, or refusing to pay a court judgment.

To be eligible for STRF, you must be a California resident and reside in California at the time the enrollment agreement is signed or when you receive lessons at a California mailing address from an approved institution offering correspondence instruction. Students who are temporarily residing in California for the sole purpose of pursuing an education, specifically those who hold student visas, are not considered California residents for this purpose.

The Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF) assessment rate is fifty cents ($ .50) per thousand ($1000) of institutional charges.

We also accept and payments, unless you choose to finance your program.

Except for those fees specified above, there are no other fees for equipment, housing, transportation, books, necessary supplies, materials, shop fees, or other fees the student will incur upon enrollment from California College of Natural Medicine. All textbooks may be purchased from outside sources of student’s choice.

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