Genesis School of Natural Health

INTERNSHIP INFORMATION & DISCOUNT FOR CURRENT STUDENTS & GRADUATES

THIS PAGE CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS:

  1. A Few Dails
  2. Questions & Answers So Far
  3. Video/Recording of the Meeting on Feb. 6th
  4. Internship Topics
  5. Hands on Approach
  6. Pricing 
  7. Enrollment Form and Payment Options/Cart

A FEW DETAILS

  • The first online lecture will begin at 5:30 pm central time on Tuesday, May 7th. 
  • Each online meeting will be recorded and posted to the student portal. Students may view the video again or watch it when unable to attend the live class. 
  • Students who attend the live class will be given the answer to the one test question required on ClassMarker for each meeting. Students who do not attend the live class will hear the answer to the question within the video.
  • Dr. Jeni Weis will be leading monthly online lectures for at least 24 months. All videos, homework, and resources will be added to the student portal as the internship progresses through time. 
  • Students that start after May 7th may join the current monthly online lecture but, it will be necessary to view the first and second recorded sessions to understand the Client Intake and hear the questions and answers about the homework assignments. 
  • All homework assignments and class lectures must be completed and recorded in ClassMarker at the end of the 250 or 500-hour internship. Students will be given 6 weeks after both the 12 month/250 hours or the 24 month/500 hours to complete any unfinished assignments. 
  • This is an excellent opportunity and students will need to commit to the program from the very beginning. While we allow an additional 6 weeks to hand in unfinished homework (in case of emergencies/unexpected circumstances) we expect students to hand in all assignments each month. 

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS – SO FAR

Can I signup now and pay now so I get the discount but start later? YES, but there is a time limit! You must be able to start within 12 months.

I can’t afford the downpayment. Can I make payments on the entire balance? Yes BUT… The downpayment amount must be paid before you start the program.

I just started my studies, can I start the internship right away? Only if you have enough background or book experience to work with a real client. If not, you should wait until you are in phase 3 or 4 of your studies. 

Will the Topical 4-hour meetings always be at 5:30 central time on a Tuesday evening? Yes, unless it is a holiday or there are circumstances that prevent the meeting. All meetings will be recorded. 

What Topics will be covered in the 250-hour part #1? The list is below the video but it will be the first 12 topics covered in the 500-hour internship, 

If I enroll in the 250-hour internship (12 months/part #1) can I take the 250-hour internship (12 months/part#2) later? YES. The discount will not apply but yes, you may signup for part #2 at any time. 

How many students may enroll? There will be a limit of how many students we (Dr. Jeni and Sharlene) can enroll and still be able to answer questions and grade papers in a timely manner. We do have another naturopath that will be able to work with us if needed. 

RECORDED VIDEO FROM THE INFORMATIONAL MEETING – FEB. 6TH 

Dr. Jeni Weis: Instructor, Content Creation, and Student Supervisor

Sharlene Peterson: Instructor for “A Deep Look” topics and Supervisor for the student discussion board

We will both answer questions on the discussion board and grade research papers & case studies. 

 INTERNSHIP TOPICS

TOPICS OF DISCUSSION (4 HOURS PER MONTH
(includes pathology, remedies, nutritional considerations, case study examples….)(The first 12 for the 500-hour and the 12 for the 250-hour part #1)

  1. The Full Client Assessment Intake
  2. Diets and Nutrition Systems
  3. Herbs, Homeopathics, Essential oils…
  4. Detoxification
  5. Children and Common Presentations
  6. Signs on the Skin: acne, eczema, warts, psoriasis…
  7. Gastrointestinal Conditions
  8. Intestinal Permeability (leaky gut) 
  9. Diabetes Type 1 and Type 2
  10. Mental Health: Anxiety, depression…
  11. Heart disease
  12. Open Discussion A & Q Month

TOPICS OF DISCUSSION (4 HOURS PER MONTH
(includes pathology, remedies, nutritional considerations, case study examples….)(The last 12 for the 500-hour and the 12 for the 250-hour part #2)

  1. Pregnancy: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd trimesters. 
  2. Thyroid Diseases
  3. Autoimmunity
  4. A Deeper Look: Rheumatoid Arthritis
  5. A Deeper Look: Multiple Sclerosis
  6. Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s…
  7. Cancer and Considerations
  8. Pain and Inflammation: fibromyalgia, sciatica, sprains… 
  9. Ehlers Danlos and Hypermobility
  10. A Deeper Look: Microbiology (mycoplasmas, bacteria…) 
  11. A Deeper Look: Lyme Disease & Co-Infections
  12. Open Discussion A & Q Month

COMMITTED TO A HANDS-ON-EXPERIENCE WITH STUDENTS!

  • Students will have monthly meetings with an instructor (even after the 24 live online meeting have been recorded)
  • Students will have a discussion board specifically for the internship and instructor(s) will monitor and reply to students posting questions or comments.
  • Homework assignments will be read by and graded by an instructor
  • Students will be given up-to-date scientific information and relevant study lectures and homework

PRICING & DISCOUNT (until May 7, 2024)

500-HOUR INTERNSHIP (24 months)

  • Full Price: $3,950.00
  • Discount: $1,000.00
  • Total: $2,950.00

Pay in Full: $2,700.00 (save an additional $250)

Payments: Deposit is $1,250.00 followed by 12 payments of $141.66

250-HOUR INTERNSHIP PART #1 (12 months)

  • Full Price: $2,100.00
  • Discount: $500.00
  • Total: $1,600.00

Pay in Full: $1,400.00 (save an additional $200)

Payments: Deposit is $800.00 followed by 6 payments of $133.33

ENROLLMENT STEPS

  1. FILL OUT THE ENROLLMENT FORM & SUBMIT/SEND
  2. USE THE PAYMENT BUTTON TO PAY IN FULL OR TO MAKE A DEPOSIT

INTERNSHIP ENROLLMENT FORM

“The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.” – Thomas Edison, 1903

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