Ethics in Clinical Practice
The goals for this course are to explore and more deeply understand the ethical principles, standards of practice and guiding principles of Acutonics, within the larger contextual frame of integrative medicine. We will examine ethics and integrity from a Western, Eastern, and Indigenous perspective and explore the role that the use of sound vibration on the body, may play in ethical situations. Ethical awareness is an active and continuous process and standards, and codes of ethics are a starting point to prompt, guide, and inform but they do not take the place of an active, deliberate, and creative approach to ethical considerations.
This class is designed to deepen awareness of the energetic relationship between a client and a practitioner. What does it mean to create an energetic container—or sacred space—that enhances the ability to establish and maintain healthy energetic boundaries and appropriate connections in the therapeutic environment. Regardless of background, experience, or prior ethics training this class is designed to stimulate discussion on a number of topics that relate to clinical practice and how to address these sometimes complex and challenging issues with grace.
2 Day Class (16 Hours)
Required for Associate Acutonics Practitioner Certification.
Instructor: William Morris, PhD, DAOM
16 PDA Points NCCAOM
16 Continuing Education Hours NCBTMB
Required for Associate Acutonics Practitioner Certification
Course Length: 2-Day Class
Prerequisites: Acutonics Level I: Sound Gates to Meridian Harmonics , Acutonics Level II: Higher Harmonics and the Inner Nature of Tone
Please note this is on PST timezone.
9 am to 4 pm