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This course provides a framework for incorporating integrative therapies into the student's work with people, and facilitates the development of selfcare. In this course the student explores integrative therapy use for both health promotion and treatment of established disease. Various practices that are grounded in research and used by multiple cultures are explored. Emphasis is placed on evidence-based support, integration of therapies into traditional health care, health promotion, and the development of an understanding of the theoretical support of integrative therapies. Students will develop a sample plan of care that incorporates evidence-based integrative care with a specific population. Students will leave with the skills to partner with patients and other health professionals regarding the use of these therapies in the health care environment. They will also develop the ability to use these therapies for selfcare. Open to all students in the College of Health Sciences. Offered every term.