Choosing a Therapist

Posted on Wednesday 13 August 2008

Finding a good aromatherapist is not always easy. Many people set up as professionals after only a few days’ training, when in fact a minimum of six months’ full-time study is normally required before a qualifying exam may be taken.  Always look out for a diploma or certificate stating that an examination has been taken; be wary of the phrase “attendance at”, which usually indicates an imcomplete training.  If you are lucky enough to have a friend’s recommendation, this is often the surest way of finding a good therapist. If not, find out whether the therapist you have chosen is a member of an aromatherapy association and selects and mixes his or her own oils.  Every well-trained aromatherapist should do this and it is vital if you are to benefit fully from a treatment.

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