Feb 21, 2023 3:00:19 PM | alternative medicine classes Become a Certified Aromatherapist - Help Kids with Cancer

Earn your accredited aromatherapy certification with online training with American College of Healthcare Sciences.

Aromatherapy has many benefits, including the ability to help children and adults with stress and anxiety, whether in response to a specific situation, like heading back to school, or the ups and downs of life in general.

Here's a video clip from CBS NEWS featuring another great use for aromatherapy--helping kids cope with the side effects of cancer treatment and recovery.

Forty-two percent of 714 hospitals are now offering some form of alternative therapy or complementary alternative medicine to their patients, including children. These programs do not replace traditional therapies, but do offer support for the healing process.

Check out this clip and post your feedback - do you have experience using aromatherapy with pain management? We'd love to hear your experience with the benefits of using aromatherapy!

With American College of Healthcare Sciences' accredited, online aromatherapy training, you can become an exciting part of the thriving aromatherapy industry.

Classes start as soon as October 15 - so don't wait! Getting started is easy:


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Your admissions advisor will work with you to answer all of your questions and help you every step of the way. Act today and by October 15, you'll be able to say confidently, "I'm living my passion for helping others by becoming a Certified Aromatherapist, Master Aromatherapist, or even earning my accredited degree in aromatherapy!"


Tracey Abell, ACHS President

Written By: Tracey Abell, ACHS President

Tracey has always had a passion for natural health and joined American College of Healthcare Sciences in 2002. Tracey has a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and a Master of Science in Education, specializing in Leadership in Higher Education from Capella University. She also studied massage therapy at East West College of Healing Arts and aromatherapy at ACHS. Tracey serves on the Commission of the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) and as a DEAC accreditation standards evaluator, specializing in Business Standards and Title IV requirements. She is a former board member of the Holistic Nutrition Credentialing Board of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals. Tracey enjoys travel and has spent time throughout Europe and in Thailand, Australia, and India. She loves spending time in her garden and exploring the beautiful Pacific NW and beyond!