The WONM-CCHM Humanitarian Health Stewardship program is a thorough and practical course that offers the core foundational knowledge and techniques that are grounded in a traditional natural health philosophy throughout history to prevent and reverse health challenges through education and people empowerment.
This program concurs with WONM's mission to provide access to traditional healthcare services geared towards underserved people and promote humanitarian values through education. The expected outcome for this course is consistent with WONM's goal, which shall be the attainment by all people of the world of a high level of wellness through the effective delivery of traditional natural health healing systems and education geared towards underserved people.
Twelve WONM members, educators and researchers have collaborated to bring you this unique program. They will provide you with mentorship on traditional natural health concepts and techniques such as; orthomolecular nutrition, eclectic medicine concepts, self-care techniques, simple yet effective ancient remedies, lifestyle management, oriental medicine techniques, disease prevention, stress reduction techniques, anti-aging techniques, functional assessment techniques, and evidence-based techniques and many others.
24 hours of students interactive training process( group studies)
144 hours of live sessions ( internet classroom) - including supervision experience & mentorship
10 hours of pre- review material
15 hours of peer coaching
10 hours of reflective assignments
2 hour exam - (written & practical) online exam**
Upon completion of this program:
You will receive a Health Coach diploma from the Canadian College of Humanitarian.
Qualifies for eligibility to become Board Certified as a Certified Integrative Health with the Board of Integrative Medicine (Graduates with a medical background), or certified Natural Health Coach (CNHC) by the Board of Natural Medicine Doctors and Practitioners (Non-medical background practitioners).
You will be eligible for membership as a Humanitarian Health Steward from the World Organization of Natural Medicine.
Requirements for Admission:
**Review of Anatomy, Physiology, and Biochemistry are prerequisite reading material for non-medical practitioners for admission to the IHCC Course
INSTRUCTORS (In order of course)
1st Course: Pillars of Wellness and Eclectic Medicine
Instructor: Dame Dr. Sheila McKenzie, RDH, Ph.D., IMD, DHS
2nd Course: Reverse the Curse of Metabolic Syndrome
Instructor: Dr. Jay Vanden Heuvel PhD IMD DHS
3rd Course: Remove the "Splinters" and Watch the Body Heal
Instructor: Gerald H. Smith, DDS, IMD, DHS
4th Course: Unboxing the Mysteries of Essential Oils
Instructor: Debbie Irwin RRDH, ICP, CNHP MFT
5th Course: Integrative/Functional/Lifestyle Medicine
Instructor: Prof. Dr. George Grant, Ph.D.,(UofT), M.Sc., IMD, DHS,
6th Course: Qi Gong Acupressure Massage
Instructor: Dr. Troy Bennett, D.Ac., DNM, DHS
7th Course: Title: Introduction to Bioenergetics & Six Healing Sounds
Instructor: Sir. Dr. Stanley Ngui Ph.D., IMD, DHS.
8th Course: Blood Test Evaluation
Dr. Paul Conyette, Ph.D., DNM, NMD, DHS
9th Course, Title: Better Sleep Better Health
Instructor: Dr. Eugene Fung, Ph.D., IMD, MBA, DHS
10th Course: Music and Medicine
Instructor: Dr. Deborah Drake, Ph.D. MD(RET), IMD, IHC, DHS
11th Course: Anatomy of Change
Instructor: Grace Sedstrem, RNP, PHS, DHS, NLPT
12th Course, Title: Quantum Health Sciences
Instructor: Brian Gangel, DHS, IMP, BOIM