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French Level IV

FREN 0400

This 30-hour course will provide the student with more complex grammatical structures along with additional vocabulary to enable him or her to express him/herself more readily. Reading and writing skills will also be further developed. Prerequisite: Completion of FRENCH 0300, or similar course within the past year, or equivalent skill.

Chinese Herbal Medicine I

HECH 0101

This course is an introduction to Chinese herbology. The principles of Chinese herbology are explained as they apply to treat the patterns of disharmony in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Chinese pin-yin and terminology commonly used in herbology are presented. Note: This course is open for Registered acupuncturists, practitioners with a background of training that includes foundations of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and students of an approved Acupuncture Program who demonstrate that they meet the prerequisite criteria.

Chinese Herbal Medicine II

HECH 0102

This course focuses on tonic herbs and formulas. For each of the primary herbs and formulas, the pin-yin name, category, functions and clinical application are discussed. The properties, dosage, precautions and toxicity of each herb are explained as well as ingredients, indications and common modifications of the formulas in this category.

Chinese Herbal Medicine III

HECH 0103

This course focuses on three categories of herbs and formulas: Astringent herbs and formulas; herbs and formulas to release the exerior; and herbs and formulas to promote resuscitation. For each of these categories, primary herbs and formulas, pin-yin name, functions and clinical application are discussed. Common medications of each formula are also discussed.

Chinese Herbal Medicine IV

HECH 0104

This focus of this course is on herbs and formulas to clear heat and purge. For each of the primary herbs and formulas, the pin-yin name, category, functions and clinical application are discussed. The properties, dosage, precaution and toxicity of each herb and the ingredients, explanation and common modifications of each formula are also addressed.

Chinese Herbal Medicine V

HECH 0105

The focus of this course is on herbs and formulas that dispel dampness and on herbs and formulas classified under the mediation category. For each of the primary herbs and formulas, the pin-yin name, category, functions and clinical application are discussed. The properties, dosage, precaution and toxicity of each herb and the ingredients, explanation and common modifications of each formula are also addressed.

Chinese Herbal Medicine VI

HECH 0106

The focus of this course is on herbs and formulas to regulate Qi and Blood. For each of the primary herbs and formulas, the pin-yin name, category, functions and clinical applications is discussed. The properties, dosage, precaution and toxicity of each herb and the ingredients, explanation and common modifications of each formula are addressed.

Chinese Herbal Medicine VII

HECH 0107

The focus of this course is on herbs and formulas to tranquilize the mind, expel phlegm and stop coughing. For each of the primary herbs and formulas, the pin-yin name, category, functions and clinical application are discussed. The properties, dosage, precaution and toxicity of each herb and the ingredients, explanation and common modifications of each formula are also addressed.

Chinese Herbal Medicine VIII

HECH 0108

The focus of this course is on herbs and formulas for improving digestion, external application of herbs and formulas, herbs and formulas to extinguish wind and herbs and formulas to expel parasites. For each of the primary herbs and formulas, the pin-yin name, category, functions and clinical application are discussed. The properties, dosage, precaution and toxicity of each herb and the ingredients, explanation and common modifications of each formula are also addressed.

Chinese Herbal Medicine IX

HECH 0109

The focus of this course is on Chinese patent herbal medicines. For each patent medicine, the pin-yin name, pharmaceutical company, category, ingrdients, dosage, functions and clinical indication, precautions and possible toxicity are discussed. Chinese food therapy is also briefly covered in this course.

Chinese Herbal Medicine X

HECH 0110

The focus of this course is on clinical application of Chinese herbology. Students have the opportunity to obtain skills and competencies in Chinese herbology through practical work in a clinical setting. Clinical assessment based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theory and selecting and preparing the correct herbal prescriptions are demonstrated in this hands-on course.

Reiki Level I: Reiki Energy and Its Uses

HTWL 0301

Discover Reiki, an ancient technique that involves channeling energy by touch to activate natural healing processes to restore physical and emotional well-being. Become familiar with Reiki energy and its uses, the Reiki Code of Ethics and the five Reiki principles. You will learn hand positions during a practice session, where you will have the opportunity to both provide and receive Reiki. Prior to the practice session, an attunement to the Reiki energy is provided by an experienced Reiki master/teacher. No experience or preparation is required.

Reiki Level II: Healing, Relaxation and Personal Growth

HTWL 0302

Gain an understanding of three of the four Reiki Usui symbols, and learn how to use Reiki to clear unwanted habits and to empower personal goals. You will practice off-body Reiki and learn how to share Reiki from a distance. The Gassho Meditation is taught to increase personal energy. You will have the opportunity to provide and receive Reiki. An attunement to the second level is provided by an experienced Reiki master/teacher. Prerequisite: Reiki I.

Reiki Level III: Higher Healing Techniques

HTWL 0303

This level will introduce you to the fourth Reiki Usui symbol and focuses on enhancing personal spiritual connections, regardless of your spiritual beliefs. Although this level provides the necessary basis for Reiki mastery, additional requirements to become a Reiki master/teacher will be discussed. An attunement to the third degree mastery level is provided by an experienced Reiki master/teacher. Prerequisite: Reiki II.

Behavioural Self-Management

HTWL 0386

Behaviour self-management is the use of behavioural principles to analyze and manage one’s own behaviour. Historical approaches to self-management (or “self-control”) are briefly surveyed as well as recent cognitive approaches. These are then contrasted with behavioural approaches in which self-control is viewed as heavily influenced by the environment. Basic strategies and tactics of behaviour self-management are explored as well as the application of self-management procedures to specific areas of concern.

Data Driven Practice

HTWL 0485

This course is an introduction to single-case research designs. It will examine the use of single-case designs to assess various dimensions of behaviour and evaluate the effects of behavioural interventions. The challenges and limitations of single-case research will be discussed, as well as the manner in which single-case data can be used to establish the validity of evidence-based interventions. The course will encompass a broad range of research within both the behaviour analytic literature and other disciplines including school psychology, medicine, and business.

Behavioural Interventions

HTWL 0486

This course examines the application of behaviour analysis in practice with developmental disabilities, specifically in autism. The course will examine the research and the clinical recommendations for behavioural interventions in practice. The course will discuss the practice guidelines by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB®) and the National Standards Project in Autism.

Mental Health First Aid - Basic

HTWL 0604

Mental health first aid (MHFA) is the help provided to a person developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis. This course focuses on interacting with adults in all environments, and discusses substance related disorders, mood related disorders, anxiety and trauma related disorders and psychotic disorders. You will learn crisis first aid skills for situations including substance overdose, suicidal behaviour, panic attack, acute stress reaction and psychotic episode. The first aid is given until appropriate professional treatment is received or until the crisis is resolved.

Mental Health First Aid - Youth at Risk

HTWL 0605

Mental health problems often first develop during adolescence or early adulthood, with half of all mental disorders beginning by age 14, and 75 per cent beginning by age 24. This course focuses on mental health problems and first aid for youth ages 12 to 24. You will learn about substance related disorders, mood related disorders, anxiety and trauma related disorders, psychotic disorders, eating disorders and deliberate self-injury. You will also learn crisis first aid skills for substance overdose, suicidal behaviour, panic attack, acute stress reaction and psychotic episodes.

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) - Seniors

HTWL 0607

The likelihood of experiencing a mental health problem or illness in a given year increases as of age 69 and currently, men aged 80 and older have the highest suicide rates in Canada. MHFA - Seniors is intended to increase the capacity of seniors, family members, caregivers, and staff in care settings to promote mental health in seniors, prevent mental illness and suicide wherever possible in seniors, and intervene early when problems first emerge. Learn how to recognize the symptoms of mental health problems or crises as they develop in seniors, provide initial help when dealing with a mental health problem or crisis, and guide a senior and/or caregiver toward appropriate professional help and resources.


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