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Essential oils and aromatherapy are versatile and potent tools which can be utilized in a safe and effective manner to complement protocols for many conditions commonly seen in clinical practice. In this lecture, Amanda Lattin MH, RA will discuss key aromatherapy therapeutic actions, applications, and correlating research, relevant to any holistic practice. Topics will include, situational anxiety, menopausal support, postpartum support, skin conditions, and pain relief.
This lecture was originally presented for the June 2017 MedTalk ND Lecture Series.
Amanda has a BA in chemistry, an MAT with a concentration in chemistry, and Diplomas in Herbal Studies and Aromatherapy. She has been supporting clients in her herbal and aromatherapy consulting practice, Terracina Aromatics and Herbals, in Portland, Oregon for over 10 years. She has taught chemistry and aromatherapy at several colleges and universities including the American College of Healthcare Sciences and the Traditional Roots Institute at the National University of Natural Medicine.
2 general CEUs approved by the Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine (OBNM).
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