Emotional Health Practitioner Program

The Canadian Family Health Collective (CFHC) provides private school studies for the purposes of professional development. To become an Emotional Health Practitioner, students must have successfully completed the prerequisite studies in psychology, social work, or health sciences.

This 22 week part-time studies program provides successful applicants with a wealth of innovative lesson plans designed to teach and counsel those seeking professional help for emotional concerns. Emotional Health Practitioners learn to move individuals through the traditional methods of counselling into a more practical process for immediate symptom relief and continued success long term.

Course curriculum includes:

  • Signs and Symptoms of Emotional Overload
  • Present and Past Storage
  • Transgenerational Baggage
  • Assertiveness Training
  • Wiring Up Your Brain
  • Energy and Emotion
  • The Portable Pharmacy
  • Training Your Reptilian Brain
  • Emotional Addictions
  • Trauma Recovery
  • Care for the Caregiver
  • Private Practice Development

CFHC graduates may apply for on-going individual case conferencing to support their private practice client base.

An application must be completed and submitted with an interview to follow, for successful candidates.