This course examines ethics and integrity providing a contextual framework for the Acutonics Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, which is based on universal laws and harmonic practices. Spanning from ancient cultures to modern day beliefs, codes of ethics from diverse sources are explored and discussed. Students are presented with ethical situations that relate to how expectations and beliefs affect the possible outcomes of treatment. Additionally, this class discusses the evolution of ideas about the energetic universe and raises ethical considerations concerning concepts such as Morphogenic Fields, Zero Point Field theory, and Placebo Effect. Students discuss and sign the code of ethics developed for teachers and practitioners of Acutonics.
Required for practitioner certification
Prerequisites: Acutonics Levels I-III Core Curriculum