MIM & Alumni Enrichment
The Academy recognizes the need for students to refresh, refine and augment their intuitive skills, and further develop their professional practices.
Ongoing offerings of continuing education are available for MIM alumni to expand upon what they have learned in the MIM program. These include monthly intensive seminars, longer in-depth courses and special classes geared to intuitive professionals. Continuous undergraduate mentoring and teaching assistant training programs are also integral parts of the Academy experience.
These courses are for current MIM students and alumni of the Master Certification in Intuition Medicine® (MIM) program, or require permission by the Instructor to attend.
Intuitive Skills Seminars for MIM & Alumni
The Intuitive Skills Seminars are for current MIM students and alumni. These explorations into “specialty” areas of Intuition Medicine® and related disciplines are presented by our MIM alumni and Adjunct Faculty, and provide opportunities to expand and deepen your personal and professional practice.
One Saturday each month, as noted. Unless otherwise indicated, seminars run from 10am–1pm. See individual Seminar listing for attendance options.
Seminar Fee: $50 | $100
Drop-in; pay on the day of seminar
cash or check (made out to AIM, unless noted otherwise). Or prepay via PayPal online prior to seminar. Prepayment required for Zoom attendance.
Ongoing Academy Tutoring & Teacher Training Programs
MIM alumni volunteer to tutor MIM program students in rotations of five months. Responsibility includes once a week, one-hour energy systems healings or program material tutoring. This mentoring provides valuable internship experience in the art of the professional practice of Intuition Medicine. This is an ongoing program open continuously to all alumni.
Teaching Assistant Training
Prerequisites: MIM Certification and Professional Practice Tools seminar
This program offers in-depth training in the art of teaching in a classroom. Each Teaching Assistant works on a team with other TAs in the Academy’s Core Courses and one-day seminars. Teaching Assistants learn how to prepare for presentation of material, content delivery, and student counseling and support.
Prerequisites: MIM Certification, Professional Practice Tools seminar and three-month Internship
Practicum faculty members co-facilitate and supervise the weekly Academy Practicums—evening sessions where Academy students and alumni may review audiotapes of classroom lectures; meet with mentors; discuss and practice their healing/counseling skills with peers; give and/or receive energy systems healings; or spend time in quiet contemplation.