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Certified Detoxification Specialist Course, Part 2 - Sampling for Clinical Lectures

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This certified detoxification specialist course is an extensive course containing over 1000 slides, over 10 forms and several videos. This course will prepare you to operate the approved detox equipment, explain the process to the clients, understand what the water may indicate about the client, professional etiquette, appropriate suggestions and verbiage to help the person make life style changes to improve their health as a result of what the detox water indicates.

If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions please contact Tianya S. Clark, B.S., CNHP at 804-677-6061.

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Certified Detoxification Specialist Course, Part 2 - Sampling for Clinical Lectures

  1. 1. GOALS 1. INITIAL CONTACT: To get the appointment. 2. INITIAL DETOX: Get a new client. 3. Detox 2-5: Give excellent service. 4. Detox 6: Keep your client. 5. Detox 7-11: Give excellent service. 6. Detox 12: Keep your client, if appropriate. Each of these will be studied in detail.
  2. 2. You will learn how to make towel boots that lock in the heat and leave your clients just dreamy!
  3. 3. You will learn how to do a reflexology massage on the client’s feet to encourage their body to work in harmony with the detox process. Your clients will say, “I don’t know which helps me more, the detox or the foot massage!” H. Perkins
  4. 4. Explaining the Orange Color The orange color means that the machine is helping you to cleanse this blue area called the synovial fluid. This fluid does a very good job of floating the top bone so that it does not sit on the bottom bone and grind the tip of the bone damaging it.
  5. 5. Explaining the Orange Color Arthritic infection causes the synovial fluid to increase and become too hard (arthritic inflam- mation). Therefore, movement destroys the tips of the bones.
  6. 6. As the synovial fluid is cleansed, easing the inflammation, the water turns the color orange that you see below.
  7. 7. Explaining the Orange Color Locate the top of your patella bone. Notice that the squishy feeling synovial sac extends just slightly above it.
  8. 8. Arthritis causes the synovial fluid to increase and can cause the sac to get pushed up into the thigh Explaining the Orange Color
  9. 9. Arthritis causes the synovial fluid to increase and can cause the sac to get pushed up into the thigh Explaining the Orange Color
  10. 10. Arthritis causes the synovial fluid to increase and can cause the sac to get pushed up into the thigh Explaining the Orange Color
  11. 11. Arthritis causes the synovial fluid to increase and can cause the sac to get pushed up into the thigh and “bubble out”. Explaining the Orange Color
  12. 12. This type of inflammation is often caused by excessive weight or excessive metal being stored in the joints. Explaining the Orange Color
  13. 13. It looks like this above the knee Special Needs – Joints & Metal Toxicity Can you see it?
  14. 14. It looks like this above the knee Special Needs – Joints & Metal Toxicity Can you see it now?
  15. 15. Special Needs – Joints & Metal Toxicity This fluid on this client’s knee was this big on his first appointment
  16. 16. Special Needs – Joints & Metal Toxicity This fluid on this client’s knee was this big on his first appointment
  17. 17. Special Needs – Joints & Metal Toxicity Notice how far the fluid extends pass the knee into the
  18. 18. Special Needs – Joints & Metal Toxicity Notice how far the fluid extends pass the knee into the
  19. 19. Special Needs – Joints & Metal Toxicity He had been like this with a physician’s care for over a y
  20. 20. Special Needs – Joints & Metal Toxicity See how much smaller it was in just a few weeks.
  21. 21. Special Needs – Joints & Metal Toxicity See how much smaller it was in just a few weeks.
  22. 22. Special Needs – Joints & Metal Toxicity It doesn’t make it very far out of the knee any more!
  23. 23. Special Needs – Joints & Metal Toxicity This drastic change took only a few weeks to occur.
  24. 24. Special Needs – Joints & Metal Toxicity Finally, notice that you can now see more of the bones in his knee.
  25. 25. Special Needs – Joints & Metal Toxicity Finally, notice that you can now see more of the bones in his knee.
  26. 26. Explaining the Orange Color Can you see it?
  27. 27. Explaining the Orange Color Can you see it?
  28. 28. Explaining the Orange Color When we see the orange color very vividly early in the detox process, we assume that the damage has spread to the cartilage.
  29. 29. Explaining the Orange Color And it may have even begun to spread into the bone as osteoarthritis. We have no definite way to differentiate. We just recommend the lecithin and shark cartilage, as your body will use it to heal it all. Note: Sometimes the client may feel a sharp pain with certain movements that may be due to this situation.
  30. 30. Practice Test Question How would you explain these results to your client?
  31. 31. How would you explain these results to your client? (Answer covered in the actual course material.)
  32. 32. How would you explain these results to your client? (Answer covered in the actual course material.)
  33. 33. POSSIBLE TEST QUESTIONS Answer each of the following questions from your client:  What is the synovial fluid that you mentioned? Why is my water green on the right side and black on the other side? Ohhh, my feet are swollen. What happened? Oh no…my feet are blue. What happened?
  34. 34. POSSIBLE TEST QUESTIONS Answer each of the following questions from your client:  What is the synovial fluid that you mentioned?  Why is my water green on the right side and black on the other side? Ohhh, my feet are swollen. What happened? Oh no…my feet are blue. What happened?
  35. 35. POSSIBLE TEST QUESTIONS Answer each of the following questions from your client:  What is the synovial fluid that you mentioned?  Why is my water green on the right side and black on the other side?  Ohhh, my feet are swollen. What happened? Oh no…my feet are blue. What happened?
  36. 36. POSSIBLE TEST QUESTIONS Answer each of the following questions from your client:  What is the synovial fluid that you mentioned?  Why is my water green on the right side and black on the other side?  Ohhh, my feet are swollen. What happened?  Oh no…my feet are blue. What happened?
  37. 37. POSSIBLE TEST QUESTIONS Answer each of the following questions from your client:  My doctor told me that drinking water will help stop my legs from swelling. Do you know what he was talking about? You said I released a lot of metal. Well, where is all that metal coming from?
  38. 38. POSSIBLE TEST QUESTIONS Answer each of the following questions from your client:  My doctor told me that drinking water will help stop my legs from swelling. Do you know what he was talking about?  You said I released a lot of metal. Well, where is all that metal coming from?
  39. 39. What do you say during the initial detox when you are showing the client this picture of a locked cell? ANSWER COVERED IN THIS COURSE!
  40. 40. What do you say when you are showing the client this picture of the blood of a person with an autoimmune disease?
  41. 41. Oral Exam exam.  Someone will pretend to be the client and ask you questions that are typically asked at Optimum Health during the initial total body cleanse detox. You will take turns answering all questions from the person pretending to be a client. You will each have 6 “clients” to work with. You will be graded on your ability to answer each set of questions that the “client” ask you.
  42. 42. Oral Exam  exam.  Someone will pretend to be the client and ask you questions that are typically asked at Optimum Health during the initial total body cleanse detox.  You will take turns answering all questions from the person pretending to be a client. You will each have 6 “clients” to work with. You will be graded on your ability to answer each set of questions that the “client” ask you.
  43. 43. Oral Exam  exam.  Someone will pretend to be the client and ask you questions that are typically asked at Optimum Health during the initial total body cleanse detox.  You will take turns answering all questions from the person pretending to be a client. You will be graded on your ability to answer each set of questions that the “client” ask you.
  44. 44. Checking for Dehydration It is important that you are able to tell if your clients are drinking enough water because their kidneys can get damaged if they do not drink enough water. Therefore, you will be taught how to ask the right questions to determine how much water your clients are drinking. You will also be taught how to recognize dehydration and encourage increased water consumption.
  45. 45. Checking for Dehydration
  46. 46. IT’S YOUR JOB, NOT YOUR CLIENT’S
  47. 47. LACK OF COMMUNICATION IS NEVER THE CLIENT’S FAULT CLIENT’S WEAKNESS YOUR JOB Extremely uneducated Speak simply enough for them to understand. Misunderstands things frequently Use repetition. Ask them to confirm what has been said. Give them a written copy. Was this helpful? There is much more on this topic in the course!
  48. 48. How would you explain these results to your client?
  49. 49. What would you suggest this person do to help their body heal?
  50. 50. Suggesting a Gall Bladder Flush 1. The green indicates possible issues with the gall bladder. Go over the handout detailing the gall bladder flush. 2. Say something to this effect: “Since your water turned that color green, it would be good to flush your gall bladder. If there are any stones in your gall bladder, they will get softened by the apple juice that you will drink. Then they will get squeezed out when you drink the olive oil. This flush isn’t that bad! You can take your time and get the flush done when it is convenient for you.”
  51. 51. AMBIGUOUS TERMINOLOGY
  52. 52. Definition: Ambiguous Terminology For Optimum Health’s purposes, this refers to the use of words that have no set meaning. These words have relative meanings. This means that they can mean one thing to you and something else to your client.
  53. 53. Ambiguous Terminology Creates Problems:  Confusion.  Frustrated clients.  Missed appointments.  Lost clients.
  54. 54. AMBIGUOUS WORDS QUANTITY TIME DESCRIPTIVE SOME ASAP GOOD FEW LATER BAD COUPLE EARLY PAINFUL A LOT SOON HURT ENOUGH BETTER
  55. 55. EXAMPLE: “Please bring me some of the candy from the dish.” How many is some? Technically, some includes any number that is at least one piece of candy all the way up to all but one of the pieces of candy in the dish.
  56. 56. A BETTER STATEMENT? 1. “Please bring me 2 of the pieces of candy from the dish.” Learn how to speak specifically so your clients will fully understand instructions!
  57. 57. AMBIGUOUS QUESTIONS
  58. 58. DEFINITION: AMBIGUOUS QUESTIONS For Optimum Health’s purposes, ambiguous questions are questions that do not extract specific, accurate, and useful information from the client.
  59. 59. AMBIGUOUS QUESTIONS CREATE PROBLEMS  Communication breaks down when you have no idea what your client thinks you asked. Remember it is your responsibility to ensure that communication does not break down.  YOU fail to do your job if you do not get the client to know what information you need!
  60. 60. EXAMPLE: “Do you drink a lot of water?” Ambiguity comes from the following: 1. How much is a lot? 2. The client may only drink 2 glasses a day and actually think that is a lot!
  61. 61. EXAMPLE: “Do you drink a lot of water?” Ambiguity comes from the following: 3. You are asking for the clients opinion of himself. What you should be asking for are facts. 4. The client may not want to admit that they don’t drink much. Ask for facts, not admittals of insufficiency!
  62. 62. A BETTER QUESTION? “How many ounces of water do you drink a day?” Was this helpful? There is much more on this topic in the course!
  63. 63. MOTIVATION IS A NECESSITY
  64. 64. REASONS A CLIENT WILL LEAVE Lack of motivation due to: Improved health. Festering concerns. Failing to appreciate progress. Failing to ALWAYS see the value of our services. Thinking it doesn’t work (a scam or etc).
  65. 65. HOW WE MOTIVATE DETERMINING IMMEDIATE VALUE DETERMINING LONG TERM VALUE ADDRESSING CONCERNS SEEING PROGRESS Take the course and learn how we motivate clients.
  66. 66. GIVE GOOD SERVICE
  67. 67. YOUR ATTITUDE Smile Show warmth Appreciate the client Remember they are a part of your family of clients! GOOD SERVICE: More than just good skills!
  68. 68. YOUR KNOWLEDGE Do you know what you should? Is your knowledge stagnant? Does your client feel that they can trust your answers? GOOD SERVICE: More than just good skills!
  69. 69. Click here to get started with the course.
  70. 70. AUTHOR’S NOTE Hello, I am Tianya and I hope you like what you have just previewed. If you want more, please visit OptimumHealth.ws where our training material for this course is located. You may pay for the class and get started when you are ready. I will be available to assist should you need help. Sincerely, Tianya S. Clark, B.S., CNHP 804-677-6061

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