Ayurvedic Internships Overview

The Transition from Student To Practitioner

Overview

Internship marks the transition from Ayurveda student to Ayurvedic practitioner. This is the most important time in a student’s learning experience. A quality experience during your internship makes the transition into the world as a practitioner much easier and more successful.

CCA Offers Three Internship Programs:

  • Ayurvedic Health Counselor (AHCi)

  • Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist (CASi)

  • Medical Ayurvedic Specialist (MASi)

CCA’s internship programs are true internships where students are working with patients and learning the skills necessary to become successful in practice. Interns are trained to work with patients both in person and online, allowing interns the opportunity to reach patients from any location. Unlike many other programs that are only observational, or in which interns only see friends, other students, and family; CCA interns have the opportunity to work at CCA’s Healthcare Center or in their own communities. Internships include classes as well as time spent with patients.


AHC studentsAyurvedic Health Counselor Internship (AHCi)

During this internship, the student is trained for a scope of practice that focuses on preventative medicine, lifestyle transformation, and the promotion of health and wellness. More Information

AHCi Prerequisites –  Students must first complete

Principles of Ayurvedic Medicine (PAM)


Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist Internship (CASi)Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist

During this internship, the student is trained for a scope of practice that focuses on the management of disease and the design and implementation of Panchakarma programs and herbal formulas. During CASi, onsite students receive a stipend for each patient visit, allowing interns to earn an income while learning. More Information

CASi Prerequisites –  Students must first complete


Medical Ayurvedic SpecialistMedical Ayurvedic Specialist Internship (MASi)

The MAS internship is both practical and academic combining seeing patients with additional academic training. Students are trained for a scope of practice includeing the ability to integrate deeper knowledge of Western medicine into the practice of Ayurveda. More Information

MASi Prerequisites – Students must first complete


Off Site: Students may perform their internships in their own communities through our
Field Internship Program.


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