What are the laws concerning natural health / holistic treatments?

I’m thinking about attending Clayton College of Natural Health. I’m curious if anyone knows of any licensing restrictions or legalities in Missouri for holisitc / natural health counselors? I’m told that you can open a practice as long as you don’t claim to treat, prevent, cure or diagnose illness, which basically means you could counsel people and work with nutrition, lifestyles and general wellness. Anyone know?

2 comments

  • bocoo_man

    Yes you can counsel as long as you do not claim to treat or cure however you can say " Given the proper raw materials the body can heal itself."

  • answers4questions

    you still have to be licensed within that business i would think and be sure to have liability insurance.

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