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1 BBSH BARBARA BRENNAN SCHOOL OF HEALING School Catalog Volume 1 DEDICATED To the Evolution of the Human Spirit Through Education, Healing, and World Service

2 CATALOG Published by Barbara Brennan, Inc./ BBI All Rights Reserved. Stock photographs by PhotoDisc Inc., Hemera TM Technologies. Photographer and subject permission for publication of photographs on file. The Barbara Brennan School of Healing; BBSH; Barbara Brennan; Brennan Healing Science; Hands of Light; Hands of Light Healing; Heyoan; Hara Line; Hara Level; Haric Level; Hara Healing; Brennan Hara Healing; Core Star; Core Star Level; Core Star Healing; Brennan Core Star Healing; Core Essence; Seeds of the Spirit; and the Hands of Light logo are trademarks and service marks of Barbara Brennan or Barbara Brennan, Inc. as applicable. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, recitation, lecturing, teaching, public reading, radio broadcasting, television, cable, videocassettes, audiocassettes, or by any information storage retrieval system and any other means of copying or duplicating, without permission in writing from the publisher. The holistic healing methods developed by Barbara Brennan and Barbara Brennan, Inc. are proprietary. Healing services based on these methods may not be rendered except by individuals who have completed the four-year course of instruction and received a diploma or degree from the Barbara Brennan School of Healing. For more information please contact the Barbara Brennan School of Healing at , or visit our website at: w ww.barbarabrennan.com

3 Contents INTRODUCTION The Healer 7 Our Mission 8 Dr. Barbara Brennan 9 Brennan Healing Science 10 Principles of Practice 11 School Overview and History 13 Resident Training Facilities 14 ACADEMIC PROGRAMS Brennan Healing Science 15 Academic Programs The BBSH Experience 17 Curriculum Overview 19 Year 1 Courses 23 Journey of Personal Healing and Self-Discovery Year 2 Courses 29 Journey of Relationship Healing Year 3 Courses 35 Journey of Spiritual Connection Year 4 Courses 41 Journey of Uncovering the Unique Healer Within You ACADEMIC PROCEDURES Admission Requirements 47 Adjunctive Requirements 50 Completion Requirements 52 Evaluation Procedures 54 General Information 56 Student Life and Services 58 BBSH Alumni Program 60 ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY AND STAFF Who to See for Information and Support 61 Faculty Overview 62 School Standards and Policies 68 BBSH Organizational Chart 81

4 OWNERSHIP The Barbara Brennan School of Healing is owned by Barbara Brennan School of Healing, Inc., a corporation formed under the laws of the State of Florida. Mailing Address: Barbara Brennan School of Healing 500 N.E. Spanish River Boulevard, Suite 208 Boca Raton, FL Telephone: or Fax: Web Address: Office Hours: Monday Friday, 8:30 AM 4:30 PM ET. Voice mail is available 24 hours a day. The office is closed on school holidays. NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY BBSH does not discriminate regarding race, creed, color, national origin, sex, marital status or sexual orientation. LICENSE Licensed by the Commission for Independent Education, Florida Department of Education. Additional information regarding this institution may be obtained by contacting the Commission at 325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414, Tallahassee, FL , toll-free telephone number (888) License #2897. Memberships: Florida Association of Post-Secondary Schools and Colleges 6

5 The Healer The Barbara Brennan School of Healing (BBSH) is a special institute for the study of bio-energy systems, the Human Energy Field, and applications for hands-on healing and personal transformation. Students have a compelling desire to heal and make a difference in their own lives, and in the lives of others. They come with a passion for learning, for community, and for experiencing the fullness of themselves while being in a loving relationship with life. BBSH supports and honors these longings, welcoming the essential unfoldment of the healer within. Whether you enroll in BBSH to become a professional healer, to integrate this healing modality into your current profession, or for personal transformation and self-healing, the Barbara Brennan School of Healing can change your life. Rely steadfastly on the love that is within you; that flows through you; that is you. No matter what the issue, no matter what the level of healing is, all healing rests upon the flow of love. SEEDS OF THE S PIRIT,

6 Our Mission Philosophy The Barbara Brennan School of Healing is dedicated to the evolution of the human spirit through education, healing, and world service. The Barbara Brennan School of Healing works to: Create optimum health on a global level. Enhance human consciousness and planetary evolution. Global Purpose Promote understanding of all aspects of life from conception through death. Help facilitate humanity s next step of evolution. Honor our ancestral, spiritual, and universal heritage. Honor and preserve our present and future generations. Personal Purpose Provide comprehensive instruction in an integrated and specialized form of complementary healthcare, Brennan Healing Science. Develop competence in self-awareness, personal expression, communication, critical thinking, and building and maintaining relationships. Facilitate the application of cognitive and experiential learning to many areas of life, including: work, community relationships, and personal spirituality. Promote a commitment to lifelong learning, self-exploration, and service. Create opportunities for research, continuing education, and community education in integrative healthcare to promote optimal health. 8

7 Dr. Barbara Brennan, the founder and President of the Dr. Barbara Brennan Barbara Brennan School of Healing, is a world-renowned spiritual leader, healer, and educator. She now devotes much of her time to writing about her work. A pioneer and innovator in the field of energy consciousness, the former NASA physicist has been researching and exploring the Human Energy Field and realms of human consciousness for more than 35 years. She holds a Ph.D. in Energy Medicine from Greenwich University, a D.Th. in Healing from Holos University, an M.S. in Atmospheric Physics and a B.S. in Physics from the University of Wisconsin. She worked as a research scientist at NASA s Goddard Space Flight Center, and is a graduate of the Institute of Core Energetics, a Senior Pathwork Helper, and a Licensed Massage Therapist. Her best-selling books Hands of Light and Light Emerging are considered classics in the fields of energy work and complementary medicine. Her most recent releases, the Seeds of the Spirit book series, are compilations of all of Barbara s plenary Seed Lectures presented from an expanded state of consciousness while in meditation. Each book offers new concepts and practical guidance on all aspects of life. They contain practical psych-spiritual teachings and guides to integrate the material and spiritual worlds. Each lecture lifts the soul to a broader understanding and a more loving, unitive experience of life. 9

8 Brennan Healing Science Dr. Barbara Brennan has been comprehensively researching the Human Energy Field using High Sense Perception for over 35 years. Her work has resulted in the development of Brennan Healing Science a healing modality based on the Human Energy-Consciousness System and its relationship to health and dis-ease. This holistic work combines High Sense Perception skills and hands-on energy healing techniques to assist individuals with their personal process of healing. Brennan Healing Science has helped tens of thousands of people with their physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual challenges, so they can discover their own unique path in life. This is a transformation that very often leads to a more centered, balanced, and loving life, which in turn results in personal and professional fulfillment. The powerful healing work of Brennan Healing Science touches every aspect of a person s life to improve the quality of life. Those who are trained in Brennan Healing Science are referred to as Brennan Healing Science Practitioners. Dis-ease conditions exist as imbalances and dysfunction in the Human Energy- Consciousness System, also referred to as the Human Energy Field or Aura. The Brennan Healing Science Practitioner works with the client and their Human Energy- Consciousness System to restore and maintain health and well-being. Brennan Healing Science Practitioners also work as members of a healing team, and are able to facilitate the physical healing of many dis-ease conditions, quicken recovery from surgery and trauma, reduce pain, and assist with emotional and spiritual healing. 10

9 Principles of Practice For Brennan Healing Science Practitioners Adopted by the Faculty of the Barbara Brennan School of Healing March 3, 2003 Preamble These Principles of Practice are intended to aid the healing work of the Brennan Healing Science Practitioner ( BHS Practitioner ), and to assist the public in selecting a healer with whom to create a rewarding healing relationship. As a graduate of either the four-year Bachelor of Science Degree or Professional Studies Diploma Programs of the Barbara Brennan School of Healing ( BBSH ), the BHS Practitioner has completed an intensive study and practice of personal transformation, energy awareness and High Sense Perception, hands-on healing techniques, professional practice, creative arts, integrative care, and awareness of the connections between mind, body and emotions. The BHS Practitioner s primary objective is to support each client in his or her unique healing journey with competence, integrity, and compassion. The BHS Practitioner s commitment is to create a safe, empathic, and life-affirming container to best facilitate the client s healing and transformational process. In the broader context of community and world service, the BHS Practitioner applies his or her knowledge and training in support of the evolution of the human spirit. In any given client session, the BHS Practitioner may employ varied techniques and incorporate elements of multiple modalities depending on the unique circumstances and needs of each client, and on the qualifications and skills of the BHS Practitioner. No set of rules can fully anticipate or regulate the variety of situations that the BHS Practitioner may face. The following Principles of Practice instead address important aspects of the BHS Practitioner s intentionality and consciousness that the BHS Practitioner honestly monitors and clarifies during the course of the client relationship, both generally and in the moment. Intention, Integrity, and Professional Responsibility 1. The BHS Practitioner commits to use his or her training, skills, and intention in service of the health, welfare, and spiritual healing of the client. 2. The BHS Practitioner provides those services commensurate with his or her training and competence, and refers the client to other healers and care providers in other disciplines as appropriate and necessary. 3. The BHS Practitioner keeps current and competent in his or her field(s) of practice, through supervision, consultations, and continuing education. 4. The BHS Practitioner does not offer, promise, or provide medical diagnoses or prescriptions (unless otherwise licensed to do so), and does not promise medical cures or recoveries. Client Communication and Professional Boundaries 5. The BHS Practitioner clearly, accurately, and truthfully communicates to the client, prior to commencement of services, the general nature of the services that may be provided, fees and billing practices, and other policies and procedures of the BHS Practitioner. The BHS Practitioner also obtains the client s consent to these services, or as appropriate the consent of the client s legal guardian, prior to service. 6. The BHS Practitioner maintains professional boundaries with the client. The BHS Practitioner is sensitive to real and ascribed differences in awareness and power between the BHS Practitioner and the client, and does not exploit such differences or perceptions during or after the professional relationship for the personal gratification or benefit of the BHS Practitioner. The BHS Practitioner supports the client in avoiding or resolving dependency on the BHS Practitioner. 11

10 7. The BHS Practitioner does not suggest, initiate, or engage in any romantic or sexual activity with the client. The BHS Practitioner does not engage in sexual or other harassment of the client, whether by sexual solicitation, physical or energetic advances, or verbal or nonverbal conduct that is unwelcome, is offensive, or creates a hostile or unsafe healing environment. The BHS Practitioner does not engage in sexual relations with a former client for at least two years after termination of the client relationship, and only then after a good faith determination through appropriate supervision that there is no exploitation of, or harm to, the former client. 8. The BHS Practitioner avoids or promptly removes himself or herself from improper and potentially harmful conflicts of interest and dual or multiple relationships with clients and former clients. Honoring the Client and Community 9. The BHS Practitioner respects the fundamental dignity, worth, and personal journey of all clients, regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, language, and socioeconomic status. The BHS Practitioner strives to be aware of and sensitive to cultural, individual, and role differences. 10. The BHS Practitioner respects the right of each client to hold values, attitudes, beliefs, and opinions that differ from the BHS Practitioner s. The BHS Practitioner does not attempt to pressure or coerce the client into any action or belief, even if the BHS Practitioner believes such act or belief would serve the best interests of the client. The BHS Practitioner supports each client s self-empowerment, self-determination, and transformational processes in learning to make life choices, and understanding the consequences of those choices. 11. The BHS Practitioner is aware of his or her role in maintaining the integrity of healing and the healing profession with regard to clients, to the society in which the BHS Practitioner lives, and to the global community of the sacred human heart. Client Confidentiality 12. The BHS Practitioner honors and does not disclose to anyone the client s confidences or client records, if any, including the name or identity of the client or identifying information, except: (A) if and to the extent authorized by the client; (B) as required for the BHS Practitioner s professional supervision where the client remains anonymous, and only to the extent necessary to achieve the purposes of the supervision; (C) when disclosure is required to prevent clear and imminent danger to the client or others; (D) as required by law; and (E) if the BHS Practitioner is a defendant in a civil, criminal or disciplinary action arising from the client relationship (in which case client confidences may only be disclosed in the course of that action). 13. At the client s written request or approval, and according to the capabilities, good conscience, and professional judgment of the BHS Practitioner, the BHS Practitioner may consult with the client s other healers, therapists, physicians, and spiritual teachers, as appropriate to maximize the benefits to the client. BHS Practitioner Self-Responsibility, Client Welfare, and Termination of Services 14. The BHS Practitioner commits to his or her own self-care and ongoing personal healing, and also recognizes that this commitment is key to serving as an instrument of healing for the client. 15. The BHS Practitioner commits to regular individual supervision sessions with a qualified professional. The BHS Practitioner is obligated to be alert to signs of, and to obtain professional assistance for, any unresolved personal problems, countertransference, and emotional reactions, in order to prevent impairment of the client relationship. 16. The BHS Practitioner is not under the influence of alcohol or of any medication, drug, or substance during a client session that might impair the work of the BHS Practitioner or the client relationship. 17. The BHS Practitioner terminates a client relationship when it becomes reasonably clear that the client no longer needs or is not benefiting from continued service. The BHS Practitioner terminates services if and as advisable due to any physical or mental illness, or unresolved personal issues, of the BHS Practitioner. The BHS Practitioner does not maintain a client relationship solely for financial reasons, but may terminate a relationship if the client is unable or unwilling to pay for such services. Prior to any termination of service, if and to the extent applicable and practicable, the BHS Practitioner gives reasonable notice to the client of the termination and assists the client in finding alternative professional services. 12

11 School Overview and History The Barbara Brennan School of Healing (BBSH) is a specialized college for the study of hands-on energy healing and personal transformation. Students of this unique institution of learning have been profoundly affected by the enlightening system of personal growth and healing offered at the School. In 1982, Dr. Barbara Brennan founded BBSH after realizing that the only way to reach more people with her powerful and effective work was to train others. The teacher-student ratio and small class size support individual student attention, depth of learning, and profound experiences of awakening that are the hallmarks of this work. Laurie Keene, BBSH School Dean, has retained Dr. Brennan s vision and teachings. She, along with the Laurie Keene experienced, caring, and highly skilled faculty and administrative personnel, now directs BBSH School Dean the day-to-day offerings of the program. Ranging in age from 18 to over 75, Brennan Work students come from a variety of professional backgrounds. Many are practicing members of the healthcare community and work as medical doctors, registered nurses, physical therapists, psychotherapists and nutritionists. They are also artists, writers, teachers, accountants, attorneys, business consultants and owners, computer technicians, as well as numerous other professions, including stay-at-home parents. The Barbara Brennan School of Healing is a highly respected educational and global healing institution, which now has thousands of graduates in over 50 countries throughout the world. It is the only place where you can train to become a Brennan Healing Science Practitioner. BBSH is licensed to offer a Bachelor of Science degree in Brennan Healing Science and a diploma in the Brennan Healing Science Professional Studies Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, and Year 4 programs by the Florida Department of Education, Commission for Independent Education. 13

12 Resident Training Facilities BONAVENTURE RESORT AND SPA WESTON, FLORIDA GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE METROPOLITAN AREA The Resident Training portion of the programs is held at the Bonaventure Resort and Spa in Weston, Florida, just outside of Fort Lauderdale, 20 minutes (15 miles) from Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport and 45 minutes from Miami International Airport. Fort Lauderdale Beach is approximately 30 minutes (20 miles) away. During each class week, the Barbara Brennan School of Healing utilizes most of the resort s flexible meeting space. Each class meets separately in one of several large ballrooms, while individual classes take place in more intimate meeting rooms. During the Resident Training, the hotel becomes a wonderful, vital community that provides an invaluable support system for the students staying there. Because of the nature of the intensity and complexity of Resident Training, we strongly recommend that students stay on campus at the hotel for Resident Training. The Bonaventure Resort and Spa offers 501 guest rooms and 110 suites with most featuring a balcony with water, golf course, or garden views. In addition, the resort includes three outdoor swimming pools and waterfall, a newly renovated 80,000-square-foot conference center, award-winning dining, a premiere day spa, and a nature trail, all spread out over 23 tropical acres on the edge of the Florida Everglades. Students make their own hotel arrangements with the resort at discounted BBSH group rates. The Bonaventure Resort and Spa is in full compliance with fire code regulations, zoning requirements, ADA regulations, and is insured according to State Regulations. At Resident Training classes during the 2014 calendar year, there were no crimes reported

13 Brennan Healing Science Academic Programs As a BBSH student, you may choose to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Brennan Healing Science or a diploma through the Brennan Healing Science Professional Studies Year 1, 2, 3 and 4 programs. Both courses of study are four years and graduates are then eligible to establish a professional practice as a Brennan Healing Science Practitioner one of the most highly regarded titles in the field of energy healing and holistic healthcare. The majority of the curriculum is the same for both academic programs, with the Bachelor Degree requiring 36 additional semester hours of coursework. By combining Resident Training Classes with Distance Learning Modules, as well as General Education online courses for degree candidates, you are able to participate in the training while maintaining your current professional and personal responsibilities. Each year, there are five week-long Resident Training Classes that take place in beautiful South Florida, with the Distance Learning and online portions scheduled between the class sessions. Brennan Healing Science Academic Programs Are Recommended for Anyone Desiring to: Become a Brennan Healing Science Practitioner Develop Personally on the Physical, Emotional, Mental and Spiritual Levels Expand and Deepen Skills as a Professional Healthcare Provider Enhance Personal and Professional Skills in Business, Education, Social or World Service Fields 15

14 Distribution of Semester Credit Hours AREA OF STUDY Brennan Healing Science Psych-Spiritual Development Professional Practice Integrative Care Creative Arts Integrative Distance Learning Year 4 Project General Anatomy & Physiology Anatomy & Physiology of the Human Energy Field General Education* BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BRENNAN HEALING SCIENCE 4-Year Program Total Semester Credit Hours DIPLOMA IN BRENNAN HEALING SCIENCE PROFESSIONAL STUDIES YEARS Year Program Total Semester Credit Hours *General Education courses will be offered online. Students may transfer up to 30 semester credit hours of General Education requirements from an accredited institution. BBSH does not make any claims regarding the transferability of credits earned at BBSH to other colleges or universities. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school or General Education diploma (GED) or international equivalent. 16

15 The BBSH Experience When you enter into the Barbara Brennan School of Healing you will involve yourself in a process of profound personal healing and an essential learning about energy and consciousness. The life-transforming aspects of attending the college allow you to develop technical healing skills as well as a strong sense of self-discovery and personal growth. Upon completion of the program, you will have a deeper understanding of yourself, an expanded perception of reality, and possess healing tools you can use to create a healing practice or integrate into your current profession and personal life. Each year is an experience of discovery learning more about your true self and further developing your understanding of how self-awareness is essential, whether healing yourself or assisting another. As this enriching learning experience continues, you will develop the skills necessary to become a Brennan Healing Science Practitioner. Small class size and low student-to-teacher ratio allow time for you to receive personalized attention and individual interaction with BBSH s highly trained teaching staff. The professional faculty members are committed to providing the best healing education they can offer. They deeply care for each student. They live the work and what they teach is always fresh and real. The faculty provide a uniquely powerful and safe environment where healing can take place on the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels. In addition to comprehensive instruction on these levels of healing, the training includes psychological process, deep self-introspection, High Sense Perception, Human Energy Field dynamics, the integration of the creative arts with the healing spirit, and the development of professional presence. 17

16 Each year of the Brennan Healing Science curriculum is divided into five distinct areas of growth. The broad scope of courses allows you to develop a balanced and grounded approach to the full expression of your heart s longings. Those enrolled in the Brennan Healing Science degree program also complete General Education online coursework, which expands knowledge in humanities, science, math, social and behavioral sciences, and English. Meditation, expanded states of consciousness, and personalized spiritual practices in which all religious persuasions are welcome complete the full spectrum of the healing curriculum. Healership calls one to standards of personal excellence. Our curriculum supports you in developing not only sound technical healing skills and well-developed High Sense Perception, but also a strong sense of personal responsibility, integrity, joy in creative expression, and delight in discovering and bringing forth your unique work in the world. When you graduate you can expect to integrate Brennan Work into your current profession, or you may choose to become selfemployed as a professional healer, integrating complementary and traditional care. Some graduates decide to continue their studies and training at BBSH by enrolling in various graduate training programs that the School offers. We invite you to join us on this truly wondrous journey! AS YOU JOURNEY THROUGH THE COURSE OF STUDY, YOU WILL BE SUPPORTED TO: Learn your unique life purpose. Strengthen your intention. Establish deep connection with inner spiritual guidance and fulfill your heart s true longing. Promote the physical healing of many dis-ease conditions. Restore a sense of well-being and balance. Clear and strengthen mental abilities. Learn the creative process from your divine core through the hara and the Human Energy Field into the physical world. C OME TO YOURSELF IN HONOR, PEACE AND LOVE. T REAT YOURSELVES WITH DIGNITY AND IN THAT YOU WILL BE ABLE TO TREAT OTHERS IN THAT SAME WAY. 18 SEEDS OF THE S PIRIT, 2004

17 Curriculum Overview Our curriculum supports students in developing not only sound technical healing skills and well-developed High Sense Perception, but also a strong sense of personal responsibility, integrity, joy in creative expression, and delight in discovering and bringing forth their unique work into the world. Each year of learning offers an integrated curriculum so that our students develop a balanced, grounded approach to the full expression of their hearts longings in their lives and in their healing. HEALING SCIENCE COURSES The Healing Science courses develop and implement the 4-year curriculum of over 45 healing skills and techniques. Here students explore the basic principles of healing, including the theoretical, physical, energetic, psychological and spiritual understanding of laying on of hands and energy healing. The students receive lectures and unique training in the development of High Sense Perception, as well as the most current Healing Science techniques being created by Barbara Brennan and the faculty. The curriculum gives the student a comprehensive understanding of the field of Brennan Healing Science. Experiential training develops and refines the student s healing skills as the Healing Science courses support the unfolding healer within. Uncovering the Healer Within Accessing the universal principle of healing Becoming aware of one s own energy field dynamics Study of the Human Energy-Consciousness System Scientific view and history of investigation Anatomy and Physiology of the Human Energy Field Study of the four dimensions of being Becoming aware of another s energy field dynamics Acquiring the Perceptual Tools of a Healer Developing High Sense Perception to perceive the dimensions of being and gain information about the cause of the client s illness Spiritual guidance A Variety of Healing Techniques Healing of each level of the Human Energy Field Healing with color and sound Healing from the haric and core star levels Clinical Brennan Work Brennan Healing Science skills in relationship to the study of the four dimensions Accessing information in the physical dimension Utilizing Brennan Healing Science to support the health and healing of another Structure and function of the whole in relationship to the four dimensions of health and disease Relationship between the client s manifesting complaint and specific manifestations in each of the four dimensions How to use Higher Sense Perception in detail with specificity and awareness for accessing client s state and creating a healing plan Integrated application of all learning in understanding and supporting the healing process 19

18 PSYCH-SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT COURSES The process of Psych-Spiritual Development is a uniquely personal journey of self-awareness and transformation. The Psych- Spiritual Development courses provide the support for each student to go deeper into themselves than they have ever gone before. These classes also provide the environment in which one can become more real, more truthful, and more oneself. Students are invited to join us in developing a new relationship to self, to others, to the spiritual realm, to life task, and to core essence. The curriculum that supports this transformation includes the following areas of study: Psych-Spiritual Development Skills and Psychodynamics of the Human Energy-Consciousness System Stages of human growth and development in the Human Energy Field Energy blocks and defense systems as manifested in the Human Energy Field Observation of the Human Energy Field during process work The client s psychodynamics and energy field The healer s psychodynamics and energy field Transference, countertransference, listening, contact, boundaries, and other human relationship skills Self-Responsibility and Personal Development of Healer Basic Object Relations, Family Systems, and Transpersonal Psychology theory Brennan Healing Science theory and application within the field of psychology Characterology theory Personal Process Teaching Events Whole School Healing Meditation PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE COURSES The Professional Practice curriculum supports students in the transition from student healer to having a professional healing practice after graduation. Studies in this area invoke a new depth of integrity, define standards and parameters of professional conduct, establish a code of healer ethics, and initiate continuing dialogue with other healthcare professionals. The Professional Practice curriculum addresses the following areas to support the development of the healing professional: Ethics A foundation of BBSH and Brennan Work is the standard of ethical practice that is taught and practiced. The ethics curriculum is designed to enable healers to articulate and stand strong on their own ethical ground. By honoring and affirming our personal ethic stand, we recognize it as a place of truth a source of power and safety. It also provides a clear, clean space in which clients are free to experience their true selves. Principles of Practice for Brennan Healing Science Practitioners was written and adopted by the BBSH faculty. Our curriculum follows this guide to ethical practice. It is included in the Introduction section of this catalog. Self-Care for the Healer Personal health, well-being, safety and integrity come first in any professional practice. The care and tuning of the healer s physical/energetic body is a vital component of the studies at BBSH, as well as throughout one s career as a healer. Professionalism Over the four years, students learn the practicalities of creating and maintaining both a professional presence and a healing practice. Courses include creating a vision for healership, the healing environment, marketing, record-keeping, and the legal and financial aspects of private practice. The Integrated Healing Model Integrating a hands-on healing practice into the medical/healing community is a challenging but necessary task if the healer is to contribute his/her talents freely, and if the clients are to benefit from the vast array of healing resources available from traditional and complementary healthcare practices. All of the courses of the department are geared toward providing graduating healers with the resources necessary to effectively practice, communicate, and navigate within the broader healing community. 20

19 Community Building Through a year-long full-class project, students learn the fundamentals of community building to prepare them to work with other professionals in their field. Each year students learn critical aspects of community building, such as choosing a joint project, cooperation and disagreement in group problem solving, handling agreement and dissention while getting the job done, self-positioning, competition, role assumption, as well as other issues related to working within a group. In addition to the year-long project, the school also holds evening community-building events each class week to help students develop their social and networking skills, skills they will need for building and maintaining a successful professional practice. INTEGRATIVE CARE COURSES The Integrative Care classes reference the Psych-Spiritual Development and Healing Science skills, and the physical and nonphysical body, supporting each year s focus of learning. Students deepen their understanding and ability to integrate their learning of energy consciousness and Brennan Work with their understanding of the physical body, the dis-ease process, and healing through an integrative approach. The following areas of study are offered through the Integrative Care curriculum: Relationship of the Physical and Nonphysical in the Process of Health and Dis-ease The challenges of self-care and wellness in Integrative Care Nutrition and health Cleansing and detoxifying the body Water and its role in health Assessing the physiologic responses of someone in Personal Process Basic Training to Assist Students in Interfacing with Healthcare Settings Basic physical assessment skills The language of healthcare Effective history-taking and client intake Preparing for surgery Healing in the operating room Post-surgical healing and care Communicating with physicians and other members of the healthcare system Protocols for referrals Understanding and Working with Those Who Are Experiencing Specific Illnesses or Dis-ease States Guidelines for utilizing Brennan Work in specific dis-ease processes Brennan Work, complementary, and medical approaches to treating each specific dis-ease process Fundamentals of working with clients who are experiencing acute and chronic dis-ease Working with critically ill clients and shock Working with clients who are experiencing death or the dying process Clinical Brennan Work Principles of the structure and functioning of the physical body in relationship to Brennan Healing Science and the Human Energy-Consciousness System Understanding and skills in relationship to the functioning of the four dimensions in disease and health Recognizing and following the client s responses through all four dimensions Integrated application of all learning in understanding and supporting the healing process CREATIVE ARTS COURSES The Creative Arts curriculum supports the unfolding of the individual s core expression and one s ability to be in the ever evolving consciousness of the now. When the intention is to heal, the creative process merges with the healing process, invoking transformation and giving rise to new form. The Creative Arts classes teach the creative process with the focus of each year s overall curriculum. The following classes provide students with this opportunity to learn and experience the relationship of the creative arts and healing: Art As Healing Exploration of the relationship between the expressive arts, healing, and witnessing art as the soul s expression Experiential work focused on the student s personal process and healing through the expressive arts Creative Arts Skills Cellular Awareness Synchronizing with Energy Flow Creating Sacred Space Multidimensional Core Contact 15 21

20 BBSH ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY CURRICULUM A fundamental and comprehensive study of anatomy and physiology is an important aspect of becoming a professional healer. The BBSH Anatomy and Physiology curriculum provides students with an essential foundation as they learn to work with the energy of specific organs and body systems. All of the anatomy and Sherry Pae Anatomy & Physiology Program Head physiology courses are designed to support the student s development of High Sense Perception, and their Healing Science and Psych-Spiritual Development skills, while deepening their knowledge of the physical body. An understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the physical body and its interrelatedness to the Human Energy-Consciousness System supports a truly integrative approach to healing. All students are required to complete Anatomy and Physiology I. This course focuses on the body in terms of systems and their structure, function and interdependence, and is interwoven with the exploration of how the anatomy and physiology of the physical body is related to and interdependent upon the Human Energy-Consciousness System. This integrated approach challenges students to broaden their perspective of the physical body to a holographic model, as they apply principles of Brennan Healing Science and healing. Students who enroll in the Brennan Healing Science degree program are required to complete additional coursework in Anatomy and Physiology. During their second year of study, building upon basic concepts developed in Anatomy and Physiology I and the theme of relationship in the Year 2 of study, students explore the physiologic functioning of the body in health and illness with specific attention to the interrelatedness of body systems, and the energetic-physiologic responses that occur in relationship to the outside world. In A&P III students learn about the energetic and physical manifestations in the healthy body including specific life stage changes, and looking at the specific cellular activity of specific organs. The manifestation of several disease processes is also covered, and students expand their knowledge about working with surgical and organ transplant clients. To support students ability to integrate more advanced Brennan Healing Science skills, such as Core Star and Hara Healings, more advanced concepts of physiology and pathophysiology are presented in A&P IV. These advanced BBSH Anatomy and Physiology programs (A&P II, III, IV) are also open to students in the Brennan Healing Science Professional Studies Year 2, Year 3, and Year 4 diploma programs as elective courses. All BBSH Anatomy and Physiology courses are scheduled in conjunction with BBSH Resident Training Sessions. Students enrolled in A&P I attend two days of classes attached to the regularly scheduled BBSH Resident Training Sessions, five times a year. Students enrolled in A&P II, A&P III and A&P IV generally attend one day of class attached to the regularly scheduled BBSH Resident Training Sessions, five times a year. Students are also given reading and homework assignments that support in-class learning. The entire curriculum is an integrated, interactive, hands-on exploration of the mystery of the human body as an energy consciousness system. The Anatomy and Physiology faculty are Brennan Healing Science Practitioners who have additional experience teaching and working as healthcare professionals. They embody a unique combination of medicine and healing, serving as exceptional resources and models for students who are learning to provide integrative care as Brennan Healing Science Practitioners. GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM The General Education curriculum is for those students who enroll in the Brennan Healing Science degree program. The curriculum is designed to provide students with a foundation in: 1) humanities; 2) social/behavioral sciences; 3) science/math; and 4) English. Students complete their General Education courses online. Over the four years of the program, students complete: 2 courses in science/math 2 courses in English 2 courses in social/behavioral sciences 3 courses in humanities 22

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