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-Full-B+{{ :​wiki2:​torus.png?​nolink&​300|The torus symbolize full-body reflexology}} 
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 +====== Syllabus for full-body reflexology ====== 
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 +Revision 2015-6 - 
 +Englis revision 2018-10-20 - Not completed\\  
 +This is an unauthorised translation from Norwegian, of a document describing the criterias for education in full-body reflexology for being accepted by NNH, Norske Naturterapeuters Hovedorganisasjon. Arve Fahlvik was the main author of the original document. 
 + 
 +===== 0. Main goals ===== 
 + 
 +Persons that have completed education in full-body reflexology that fullfills the requirements described in this document should have the knowledge to practice as full-body reflexollogist in a proper manner.  
 + 
 +==== Knowledge aims ==== 
 + 
 +After completion of the education the student should be able to: 
 +  * outline different theories for the mechanisms for reflexology 
 +  * the consepts ill and well in a reflexological perspective. 
 +  * the relasjon between symptoms and treatments. 
 +  * basic reflexological projections. 
 +  * basic techniques for manipulations of the reflexes 
 +  * the elements and the body’s manifestation of the elements 
 +  * elementsystems. 
 +  * Communicate to their clients what they can expect from the treatments. 
 +  * Know or obtain information about possible interactions between drug and treatment. 
 +  * Have an overview of the health care system, structure and tasks, as well as knowledge of the laws and regulations that regulate therapist outside of the conventional health care system. 
 +  * Be able to have good communication and interaction between own practice and conventional healt care system. 
 +  * Develop the ability to seize their own competence limit and pass patients on to any appropriate treatment in an ethically sound manner. 
 +  * Be aware of research and development work, and be aware of the value of documentation and systematic evaluation work. 
 +  *   ​Taking care of own heath and work on its own growth processes. 
 +Be aware that what is mentioned about elements here have nothing to do with chinese 5-elements theory. 
 + 
 +==== Acquired skills ==== 
 + After completion of the education the student should have acquired the following skills: 
 +  * To be able to record an anamnese and keeping journals according to laws. 
 +  * Diagnos based on reflexologys own explanatory models, choose a treatment strategy and implement sound treatment. 
 +  * Have adopted good working techniques that take care of both patient and therapist. 
 +  * To be able to evaluate their own skills as a therapist. 
 + 
 +==== General competence ==== 
 + 
 +After completion of the education the student should be qualified to: 
 +  * to take on the responsibility that comes with being a natural therapist. 
 +  * be able to expell an ethical, acceptable attitude in the exercise of the profession based on respect and equality. 
 +  * Be both critical and constructive in integrating reflexology with other treatment methods. 
 +===== 1. The history of reflexollogy ===== 
 +  
 +==== Knowledge aims ==== 
 +  
 +After completion of the education the student should be able to:\\  
 +  * Explain the history of reflexology both globally and nationally by referring to developmental features related to different cultures. 
 +  * Students must be familiar with the work of pioneers in the subject. 
 +==== Study Program ==== 
 + 
 +  * Indications about reflexology was used in ancient time in different cultures: America, Egypt, Asia. (And Italiy, when it becomes more documented.) 
 +  * Re-discovery of reflexology by Fitzgerald. 
 +  * The work of Enuice Ingham. 
 +  * Development of reflexology in the Nordic countries the last 30 years. 
 +  * Reflexology in Norway. 
 +  * Overview of different styles and shcools of reflexology. 
 +  * International organisations. 
 + 
 +===== 2. Theories about the mecanisms of refleksology ===== 
 +  
 +==== Knowledge aims ==== 
 + 
 +After completion of the education the student should be able to:\\  
 +  * Outline several theories about the models and mecanisms related to reflexology. 
 + 
 +==== Acquired skills ==== 
 + 
 +After completion of the education the student should have acquired the following skills:\\  
 +  * Make use of the theories as toos in diagnosis and choosing treatment strtegies. 
 +  * Organise own experiences as a base for evolve excisting models, or make new. 
 + 
 +==== Study Program ==== 
 + 
 +  * Nerve impulses 
 +  * Light communication 
 +  * ECIWO 
 + 
 +===== 3. Contra indications / negative effects ===== 
 +  
 +==== Knowledge aims ==== 
 +  
 +After completion of the education the student should be able to:\\  
 + 
 + 
 +  * Explain matters that require special attention, rejection of patients or refer them to more adequate treatment. 
 +  * Know, or be able to get information about ineractions between pharmaceuticals and treatment. 
 + 
 +==== Acquired skills ==== 
 + 
 +After completion of the education the student should have acquired the following skills:\\  
 +  * Make accurate observations and journaling in such cases, and be able to dointerpretations of reactions which may result in that the patient is passed on to more adequate treatment. 
 +  * Interact with the established health service in such cases, and know how this can be formalized or agreed. 
 +==== Study Program ==== 
 + 
 +  * Differentiation between absolute and relative contraindications 
 +  * Explanation of why reflexology has fewer contraindications than other therapies 
 +  * Attention to different conditions of the client 
 +        * Edema / venous stiffeners 
 +        * Ulcers 
 +        * Diabetes 
 +        * Anatomical deformations 
 +        * Heart / cardiovascular diseases 
 +        * Psychiatric conditions 
 +        * Implentat 
 +        * Pregnancy 
 +        * Medicine use 
 +        * Epilepsy 
 +        * Other serious conditionar 
 + 
 +===== 4. Projections ===== 
 + 
 +==== Knowledge aims ==== 
 + 
 +After completion of the education the student should be able to:\\  
 +  * Explain projections and relevant body structures related to these. 
 +  * Know the nomenclature related to projections. 
 +  * Know about relations between different projections from both reflexological and conventional medical view. 
 +  * Understand differences and interactions between projections,​ and how to use this properties in therapeutic context. 
 + 
 +==== Acquired skills ==== 
 +  
 +After completion of the education the student should have acquired the following skills:\\  
 +  * Be able to utilize the knowledge of the different projections in a therapeutic context. 
 +  * Be able to select projections for different conditions or combine multiple systems. 
 + 
 +==== Study Program ==== 
 + 
 +  * Projection'​s strengths and weaknesses, choice of projection. 
 +  * Descriptions of projections in both normal and pathophysiological context. 
 +  * 4 basic projections on lower extremities. 
 +  * 4 basic projections on upper extremities. 
 +  * 4 basic projections on the head. 
 +  * 4 basic projections on the thorax. 
 +  * Superpoints. 
 +  * The term reprojections. 
 +  * Macro-projections / micro-projetions. 
 +  * Interactions between projections and how to use this in therapeutic context, both overlapping projections and chains of projections. The synergy the use of these can give. 
 +  * Knowlege in 9 elements. 
 +  * Interpretation of the body in an element perspective. 
 +  * Use of elements / energy. 
 +  * Use of the spinal system. 
 +  * Use of function level. 
 +  * Use of 4 other linear or circular element systems. 
 +  * Philosophical approach to concepts. 
 +  * Understand the concepts relative size. 
 +  * Learn about the close relationship between symptom and treatment. 
 +  * Priority of symptom. 
 +  * Weighting of the client'​s description of the problem in relation to clinical findings. 
 + 
 +===== 5. Knowledge of other relevant therapies ===== 
 + 
 +==== Knowledge aims ==== 
 + 
 + After completion of the education the student should be able to: 
 +  * Give an overview of relevatn therapies with their machanisms and theories. Compared to reflexology. 
 + 
 +==== Acquired skills ==== 
 + 
 +After completion of the education the student should have acquired the following skills:\\  
 +  * Be able to evaluate if a client will benefit from other therapies. 
 +  * Be able to use models from other therapies in diagnostics and in pedagogic context. 
 + 
 +==== Study Program ==== 
 + 
 +  * Differences between single and multi projection based reflexology. 
 +  * The relation between massage and reflexology. 
 +  * The term "​communication"​ in a healin context. 
 +  * Su jok. 
 +  * ECIWO acupuncture and other "​stand-alone"​ microsystems. 
 +  * TCM 
 + 
 +===== 6. Clinical practice ===== 
 + 
 +==== Knowledge aims and Acquired skills ==== 
 + 
 +After completion of the education the student should trough practice show its ability to: 
 +  * Exercise reflexology in a professional and ethically sound manner, use favorable and effective work techniques, learn to adjust a reflexological diagnosis and choose treatment strategy. 
 +  * Start and run a therapeutic practice in relation to relevant legislation,​ marketing measures and financial assessments. 
 + 
 +==== Study Program ==== 
 +  * Professional appearance 
 +     * Show respect 
 +     * Communication and dialogue 
 +     * Empathy 
 +     * Professional Relationship Skills 
 +  * Journaling / anamnesis / Privacy protection 
 +  * Inspection of projections and body postures 
 +  * How to take care of yourself as a therapist. 
 +  * Work Techniques 
 +     * Work Posture 
 +     * Equipment / gear 
 +     * Different pressure / massage echniques 
 +     * Work techniques in chronic and acute conditions 
 +  * Treatment time and intensity 
 +  * Experience of pain - pressure intensity. 
 +  * Diagnostic work - synthesis of clinical findings / pain and symptomatology. 
 +  * Treatment strategies 
 +  * Treatment of acute ailments 
 +  * Treatment reactions ​   
 +  * Startup and operation of practice. ​    
 +     * Marketing 
 +     * Business and economics 
 +     * Equipment Requirements 
 +     * Location 
 +     * Organization knowledge 
 + 
 +==== Clinical practice under guidance ==== 
 + 
 +Clinical practice under guidance should be done with competent teaching staff present, either at school or in other practices that the school approves. 
 +==== External practice ==== 
 + 
 +External practices are self-documented patient treatments. The school should evaluate and approve submitted documentation. 
 + 
 +===== 7. Documentastion and research ===== 
 + 
 +==== Knowledge aims ==== 
 + 
 + After completion of the education the student should trough practice show its ability to:\\ 
 +  * Be aware of knowledge bases, relevant research institutions and research studies on reflexology. 
 +  * Outline general scientific methods / design. 
 + 
 +==== Acquired skills ==== 
 + 
 + After completion of the education the student should have acquired the following skills:\\ 
 +  * Know how it is possible to document and record results in your own practice. 
 +  * Collaboration with professional actors before research and other therapists. 
 +  * Evaluation of own practice. 
 +  * Be able to read research articles focusing on source criticism, reliability and relevance. 
 +  * Write their own professional articles. 
 + 
 +==== Study Program ==== 
 +  
 +  * Overview of knowledge databases and research institutions. 
 +  * Research on reflexology. 
 +  * Insights into the correlation document and record results in own practice. 
 +  * Reading of research articles with source criticism and evaluation of reliability and relevance. 
 + 
 +===== 8. Study time ===== 
 + 
 +^ Subject ​     ^ Hours      ^ 
 +| Science, Ethics, Communication and Social Studies | 50| 
 +| Complimentary medicine basic        | 110| 
 +| Anatomy physiology pathology. ​      | 300| 
 +| Reflexology ​                        | 270| 
 +| Clinical practice under guidance ​   | 130| 
 +| Totalt education. ​                  | 860| 
 +| External practice ​                  | 90| 
 +| In depth project. ​                  | 50| 
 +| Self study time 860 h x 1,1         | 946| 
 +| Total                               | 1946| 
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