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Therapist Training

This one-day course is for the experienced and currently practicing Colon Hydrotherapist.  If you have previous training but are not I-ACT certified, especially if you are in Colorado, this course is for you!

In addition to becoming I-ACT Certified, the optional and custom designed courses we offer you are an invaluable addition to your previous training and skills, either on the Closed or Open System.

The I-ACT eight hour course is considered adequate for you and can substitute for the 100 hours in classroom training, after the student has completed all prerequisites and requirements for Level 1.  Please read this link for the I-ACT Foundation Level 1 requirements for certification.

Please understand this 8 hour course is not for the therapist to learn colon hydrotherapy and this 8 hour course cannot be completed online.  This course is for the therapist to demonstrate their understanding and knowledge of the device they choose to use, and the opportunity to work with a I-ACT certified instructor to complete the remaining requirements for I-ACT certification.

Before your 8 hour course is scheduled and as required by I-ACT the therapist must:

Provide proof of completing High School by either a diploma, GED, Wonderlic Ability-to-Benefit test, or other document which is greater; 

Present documentation of completing a colllege level Anatomy and Physiology course from an accredited post secondary school of at least 3 credit hours (30 classroom hours);

Must have a current basic CPR card;

The therapist must become a full member of I-ACT;

The therapist must be able to document she has worked for the previous one year and has completed a minimum of 100 colon hydrotherapy sessions in those previous twelve months.  The one year experience must be verified with documentation acceptable by a court of law (i.e. W-2, 1099, Paycheck stubs, IRS documentation, etc.).

When the above prerequisites have been completed and this information can be verified by the instructor, then the 8 hour course date will be scheduled.

The therapist must operate a Class 2 FDA registered device, either a closed or open system, to be practicing Colonic Irrigation, what we refer to as Colon Hydrotherapy, as outlined by the FDA in the Code of Federal Regulations Title 21.

During the 8 hour course the therapist will facilitate at least two or maybe three colon hydrotherapy sessions (with one possibly on the instructor); and demonstrate the sanitation procedure of your device; and know the manufacturer's contraindications, etc.

The therapist must demonstrate their knowledge of the digestive tract by providing a 15 minute oral presentation on basic anatomy and physiology.  I can help you prepare for this for an additional charge.

The instructor and therapist will review together and the therapist will understand: The Code of Federal Regulation Title 21, the I-ACT Standard Operating Procedures, I-ACT Policy Statements and advertising guidelines; the therapist will sign the I-ACT Oath of Integrity; the therapist will complete for I-ACT the Instructor’s Critique Form (your feedback to I-ACT about your experience with this course which the instructor will never see and has no influence on your certification status other than it must be completed for I-ACT); the therapist will take the Level 1 written test (if necessary, I have an accurate and legitimate study guide which I have prepared for this test for an additional fee); and the therapist will pay the I-ACT test fee of $75.00 to them.

On the day of this course please come prepared with a copy of your Disclosure Statement, client Intake Form (and all other documents your clients will complete and sign), and a photo of your device, a photo of the session room and bathroom, and a photo of the reception area.

This course day will be a total eight hours in the classroom which includes a one hour lunch break. Upon satisfactory completion of the 8 hour course requirements you will receive a certificate of completion from this school and I will send your transcript to I-ACT for your certification completion.

If you would like to discuss your participation with this course or any other trainings we offer, or if have any questions about colon hydrotherapy, options of what to do with your clients while using the open or closed system, physiology and the body, difficult clients and what to do, your business, or any other topic, please contact me.  I prefer the telephone.

I am here to help you succeed.  Voted Colon Hydrotherapy Instructor of The Year 2016-17.

Thank you,

James

 

Note: dates of training, tuition fees, models fees, and all other information on this page and website is subject to change without notice.  However, our curriculum remains intact and follows the I-ACT approved syllabus for Foundation Level 1 (and Levels 2, 3, and 4) Training(s).  Please review, know and understand all I-ACT requirements for certification, this School's policies, agreements and refund policy, and all other information before entering into an agreement here or with any other colon hydrotherapy instructor or school.

Please verify the legitimacy of this School, Instructors, and our I-ACT membership.  To do so please contact the executive director for I-ACT, Dick Hoenninger at (210) 366-2888.

Colorado Disclosure Statement: If you're seeking colon hydrotherapy anywhere in the state of Colorado, please be aware of SB13-215.  As of June 5, 2013, Colorado law requires each colon hydrotherapist be a member of and be certified by I-ACT to practice Colon Hydrotherapy ... Read More