Portland Community College | Portland, Oregon

All definitions of integrative healthcare describe bringing conventional and complementary practices together in a coordinated, inter-professional approach. The focus is on the whole person and is client-centered, addressing the individual's health, wellness, prevention, and disease. Factors considered include body, genetics, mind, emotion, spirit, and the community and environment. Integrative healthcare practitioners are guided by science-based evidence and are open to both new paradigms and traditional approaches. The Institute for Health Professionals offers continuing education units and certification-eligible programs to support medical and healthcare professionals and aspiring practitioners in honing their knowledge and skills and optimizing their integrative practices.

CEU 3216
Herbalism Series - Holistic Herbalism
CEU 3634
Functional Nutrition Therapy - Term 1: Foundations Online
CEU 3679
Functional Nutrition - Term 3: Your Practice Online
CEU 3766
BioScience of Nutrition
CEU 3861
Soft Tissue Release Tools: Lower Body Focus
CEU 3862
Soft Tissue Release Tools: Focus on Extremities
CEU 3863
Soft Tissue Release Tools: Upper Body Focus
CEU 3868
Ayurveda, Yoga, and Panchkarma
CEU 3872
Certificate: Soft Tissue Release - Tools & Techniques