Integrating aromatherapy into behavioral healthcare.

Empowering behavioral health professionals with evidence-based, safe, and effective aromatherapy. 

 

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Upcoming Public Events & Classes

UPDATE 3/13/2020

THIS COURSE HAS BEEN SUSPENDED due to college suspension of in person classes. Please stay updated with Normandale. I will updating this page as soon as I receive additional info as to when it is rescheduled. 

Aromatherapy Foundations Certificate

March 20 & 21, 2020 (Friday & Saturday) from 9 am - 4 pm
Normandale Community College

Are you looking to learn about aromatherapy and using essential oils, but are not ready to commit to a full aromatherapy certification program? Learn how to identify the possibilities and limitations of essential oil therapies; describe how they can affect the mind and body; distinguish between risks and benefits to safely utilize oils through inhalation and topical application; and demonstrate awareness of general safety precautions and guidelines. You will be able to create several take home products to incorporate into your self-care routine. Learn more

UPDATE 3/13/2020

This course has the potential for changing. Please stay updated with Normandale. I will updating this page as soon as I receive additional info. 

Aromatherapy Advanced Applications Certificate

April 17 & 18, 2020 (Friday & Saturday) from 9 am - 4 pm
Normandale Community College

One of the most valuable uses of aromatherapy is improving emotional health, overall well-being, and the ability to cope with stress. In this advanced course, you will discover how to use essential oils and other aromatherapy products to help mitigate emotions and other stress related concerns such as sadness, worry, grief, anger, stress, focus, sleep, pain, and the effects of trauma. Learn about the current research that supports the use of aromatherapy for these concerns. Explore additional brain based and mind-body approaches for supporting emotional wellness and mental health. Each class will have an experiential component of interacting and creating products with essential oils, and how to incorporate them into your regular self-care routine. Learn more

Essential Oils for Stress Management

May 12, 2020 (Tuesday) from 5:30-7:00pm
Mazopiya

Feeling frazzled, stressed or anxious? In this class, you will learn how aromatherapy can be used as a tool for stress management, emotional regulation, and overall wellness. You will get a recipe for a stress relieving aromastick. You will also be led through a relaxation activity with progressive muscle relaxation that you can incorporate into your daily self-care routine. Learn more

Aromatherapy Foundations Certificate

June 8 through June 29, 2020 (Mondays) from 6-9pm
Normandale Community College

Are you looking to learn about aromatherapy and using essential oils, but are not ready to commit to a full aromatherapy certification program? Learn how to identify the possibilities and limitations of essential oil therapies; describe how they can affect the mind and body; distinguish between risks and benefits to safely utilize oils through inhalation and topical application; and demonstrate awareness of general safety precautions and guidelines. You will be able to create several take home products to incorporate into your self-care routine. Learn more

Complimentary consultation

I offer a variety of aromatherapy and wellness services for individuals, groups, communities, and organizations. To respect and honor your time (and mine), I have found that it is best to start with a complimentary consultation. This complimentary consultation can take place over the phone (15-30 minutes) or via email, and it is not meant to be an in-depth business or clinical consultation. This will allow us to explore if we are a good fit for each other, as well as outline and define the services that will be tailored to fit your or your organization’s needs.

Complimentary Consultation

Smell is a potent wizard that transports you across thousands of miles and all the years you have lived.” 

Helen Keller