American Association of Drugless Practioners Code of Ethics
The American Association of Drugless Practitioners Certification and Accreditation Board was established in 1990. The AADP is dedicated to promoting an enhanced professional image and prestige among practitioners of traditional and non-traditional therapies and methodologies.
The AADP’s national and international membership body of over 21,000 is made up of MDs, NDs, DCs, OMDs, PhDs, RNs, Health Coaches, and other “drugless” practitioners. The AADP does not cater only to one field or practitioner, but unites all professional holistic health practitioners. The AADP’s benefits can help promote you and your practice.
Both traditional and non-traditional holistic schools and colleges have suggested to their graduates to become board certified. The AADP is recognized by many holistic schools and colleges.
A person must have an education through a school which is accredited to become certified, and Carter Institute is fully accredited and accepted by AADP. If one were to check, they will see Carter Institute for Natural Health Studies on the AADP list of accepted schools.
After the successful completion of your chosen course, you will receive an application for certification to the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, as well as your diploma from Carter Institute. Because the Carter Institute for Natural Health Studies is accredited through the AADP, all the courses and curriculum have been reviewed and approved to uphold the high standards they have for schools, and for the persons who are certified through them. In other words, no further testing is necessary.
The American Association of Drugless Practioners offers to their Certified Consultants and Practitioners these benefits:
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