Treating people in a complete and integrated way

Gain knowledge and learn methods and tools to act on all the processes involved in care, change and health in an integrated way


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Certified Integrative Sciences Professional (CISP)!


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The need for an integrated approach

In recent years, research in various areas has clearly shown important correlations between all the systems that regulate health and behaviour; for example, an inflammatory state can always be observed (often in a cause-effect vicious circle) in presence of various issues such as anxiety, depression, dermatitis, intolerances, etc.

Headaches, chronic pain and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) – just to list some examples – are among the most difficult problems to manage and tackle without an integrative approach that addresses the emotional, mental, self-awareness, physical (such as activation, joint release, physiological recovery), nutritional and anti-inflammatory spheres too.

Human experience always involves all systems, at all levels: from the reactions that occur in a cell, through to the nervous system and to the most complex behaviours.

That is why a comprehensive, inclusive and integrative approach needs to be developed.

When a person opens the door and walks into your study, they always do so with a specific problem to tackle and with a number of other issues or factors that cause it or, at the very least, support it.

This could be physical or emotional pain, a state of anxietytrauma, an allergy or a debilitating illness...

They may have a specific cause in mind, but our job is to see the whole picture.


Example 1 

To help an anxious person, for example, it is essential to analyse and act various levels: their brain might be overexcited by social networks, they may lack certainty and predictable perspectives, perhaps they feel trapped in their body- which is more often the cause rather than the consequence of these situations, they may engage in pro-inflammatory and dysfunctional nutrition, have to account for epigenetics, allostatic load and more. 


Example 2 

Even what might seem like a ‘simple’ sprained ankle is always linked to a significant, if not even traumatic, emotional event. Emotional memories stay active in the background if not resolved, feeding off each-other’s pain and inflammation. Negatively dwelling on it after an accident can alter identity and the body map; athletic competitions may become relational conflict and so on.

Discover all Integrative Sciences' METHODOLOGIES and TECHNIQUES:



This graph shows the Switch Map (you will learn about it in the master’s course, along with other practical methodologies).

These levels provide a way to analyse and then work on all the systems involved:

  •  Links between Mental-Postural-Motor Flows
  •  Brain Networks’ emotional and affective processes
  •  Circadian rhythms, physical activity and other basic adjustments
  •  Inflammation and psychosomatic issues
  •  Epigenetics for profound change
  •  The 3 levels of Neural Plasticity
  •  Nutrition and Metabolism of Mental and Body Processes
  •  Bowel - Microbiome – Brain Axis
  •  Primary social patterns and Evolutionary Relationships
  •  and much more

Discover a new way to look at patients

Identify all different processes at play and intervene in a targeted way with techniques, advice and strategies that complete and enhance your usual way of working.

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