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professional training in integrated energetic medicine

Paving a new path for wellness practitioners.

AUM Institute for Energetic Medicine is partnering with Santa Fe College to offer a new adjunct degree in Integrated Energetic Medicine and certificate as a Health and Wellness Coach. This program is designed to compliment existing education to provide greater proficiency and tools to better assist clients, patients, and healthcare providers themselves.

This convenient, immersive interactive experience is held in Gainesville, Fla., and is facilitated by an expert team of instructors. Program participants will receive more than 1,100 hours of training over six semesters.

Program participants have flexible training options:

  • Individual Courses

  • Specific Training Tracks for Teaching Certificates

  • Complete Degree

This training is approved for Florida CEU credits!
EARN UP TO 20 CREDITS PER COURSE.

 
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TRAINING LOCATION

SANTA FE COLLEGE GTEC
2153 SE hawthorne road,
gainesville, florida

The AUM Institute of Energetic Medicine Program is offered at Santa Fe College GTEC, nestled in southeast Gainesville close to Morningside Nature Center and Newnans Lake. Participants are encouraged to enjoy the natural beauty of Alachua County at one of the many community resource areas near the training center.

 
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Register for AUM Institute Now!

Fall classes begin September 2019.

  • SCHEDULE OPTION 1: BEGINS SEPTEMBER 3

  • SCHEDULE OPTION 2: BEGINS SEPTEMBER 12

The AUM Institute application for admission is completed through the Office of Admissions at Santa Fe College Center for Innovation and Economic Development (CIED).

To register, contact Santa Fe CIED at 352-395-5896.

 
 
 

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AUM | INSTITUTE OF ENERGETIC MEDICINE

Why AUM, Why Now:

Healthcare in America Needs Whole Health

"Healthcare in America is expensive and  under-performing. Despite spending exponentially more on Healthcare than any other country in the world,  Americans suffer from more chronic conditions and poor health than most. Healthcare consumes 18% of our GDP and costs continue to rise. This is unsustainable, and our nation will lose its ability to compete in the global market as a result. Of this expenditures, it is estimated that chronic conditions which are largely affected by people's choices and behaviors consume more than 75% of healthcare costs. The current Healthcare model does not work because we do not have a core competency in engaging the patient to optimize their health, self care and well-being.

Now juxtapose this with the fact that changing lifestyle could prevent at least 80% of all heart disease! . But our system is not designed to do this it is the sign to intervene once the disease is established with very poor outcomes.

We have gotten it wrong. The job of medicine is not only to diagnose and treat disease. This Paradigm along alone does not work. The Institute for Healthcare Improvement is calling for a 'radical redesign' of Healthcare in this country, they call for changing the balance of power, to co-produce health and well-being in partnership with patients, families, and communities. They call for customizing care to the individual's needs, values, and preferences guided by an understanding of "what matters" to the person in addition to "what's the matter"? They call for promoting well-being to focus on outcomes that matter most to people appreciating that their health and happiness may not require health care.

These are indeed radical changes. The question is: how do we redesigned the system to do this?

The answer is Whole Health. What is Whole Health? Whole Health is an integrative approach to health care that empowers and equips people to take charge of their health and well-being and live their lives to the fullest. But this requires a radical redesign of what health care is. And the time is now!"

Tracy Goudet, MD, Executive Director,
Veterans Health Administration Office of Patient Centered Care and Cultural Transformation