Aromatherapy is not only a complementary, integrative

and holistic health care practice, it's leading the

21st century wellness movement..

Accreditation and CE hours

Aromatherapy is not only a complementary, integrative and holistic health care practice, it's leading the 21st century wellness movement.

As a practice, aromatherapy is not a licensed or regulated profession in the United States (U.S.). And that's not a bad thing! Rather than licensing, the industry is guided by professional organizations such as NAHA (National Association for Holistic Aromatherapists) in the United States, and other professional aromatherapy organizations throughout the world. These organizations set education and professional standards for aromatherapy schools to voluntarily comply with.

Professional aromatherapy organizations, such as NAHA, do not certify aromatherapists. Certification is provided by individual schools based upon specific criteria for each level of aromatherapy training as approved by the respective organizations.

Certification is earned from the school you choose to attend, which is why selecting a balanced, progressive, and inspiring school is so valuable.

Whether you are adding aromatherapy to an existing profession or are a part of the 21st century wellness movement, becoming a certified aromatherapist with the School for Aromatic Studies means you will be recognized as having acquired the knowledge, skills and tools that not only comply to industry and professional standards but support your success as part of the new generation of aromatherapists.

Interested in learning how to use essential oils internally? We highly recommend the Aromatic Medicine certification course or our Foundations of Essential Oil Therapy course where you will receive education on the safe use of internal use of essential oils.

NCBTMB CE hours for our courses

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