A six month course (access at any time, including participation in School clinic, 5+ hours per week).
The Diploma course leads on from the Certificate course. The focus is on gaining experience in gemmotherapy and learning how to put the principles into practice in a safe framework of supervised support.
The School clinic therefore has an increasingly important role in the Diploma course. Students are expected to actively participate in case analysis and discussion. They continue to bring cases from their own practice for supervision.
Having covered gemmotherapy and drainage, we move on to the treatment of the most common medical conditions with gemmotherapy.
Gemmostar, the online prescribing guide and repertory for gemmotherapy, is available to Certificate and Diploma course students.
Gemmotherapy protocols for common medical conditions
Gemmotherapy and the stages of life
Treatments at different times of year
Gemmostar: the online prescribing guide and repertory
Comprehensive study of gemmotherapy polychrests
Oligotherapy continued – constitutional oligotherapy
Complementary approaches, including nutritional medicine, homeopathy and herbal medicine
Full participation in the School’s online teaching clinic
Advanced learning techniques to help assimilate the subjects
Emphasis on exercises and assignments, with tutor feedback
By the end of the Diploma course, you will have gained confidence, expertise and a significant amount of experience in the use of gemmotherapy. This is marked by the award of our first professional qualification.
Graduates of this course receive the Diploma of the School of Gemmotherapy and are entitled to use the letters DipGem after their name.
Entry to the Diploma course is usually reserved for those who have successfully completed the Certificate course.