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DATE: May 25, 2018
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Debrah Nadler Achieves Registered Aromatherapist (RA) Designation, Advances Safe Use of Aromatherapy
Largo, FL—April 28, 2018—Debrah Nadler, who holds a Certified Aromatherapist designation from Aromahead Institute, has successfully passed the Aromatherapy Registration Council’s (ARC) National Exam and achieved the Registered Aromatherapist (RA) designation. The RA designation is a distinction earned by aromatherapy professionals who have demonstrated a commitment to the highest standards of aromatherapy research and safety.
Nadler completed her accredited aromatherapy training with Aromahead Institute in 2016, including an in-depth study of aromatherapy essential oil safety and the use of aromatherapy to support optimal health and wellness. Nadler, the owner of Blue Jean Mama, LLC, will appear on the ARC register of professional RAs, publically available online at http://aromatherapycouncil.org
The ARC is a national nonprofit organization established in 1999 to promote the advancement of aromatherapy research and practice. The ARC Exam is offered twice a year within the United States and internationally and requires participants to demonstrate a core body of aromatherapy knowledge (specifically, essential oil safety). Passing the ARC Exam and achieving RA status ensures credibility within aromatherapy practice and the safe use of essential oils with the public and other medical professionals.
Nadler became a Certified Aromatherapist to learn the best practices for safe and effective use of essential oils. In order to provide others with professional assistance, she knew she had to embrace a holistic approach to improve a person’s general well-being through practical and science-based use of essential oils. She believes it is necessary to understand the chemical components of essential oils and to understand the safety issues that may be unacceptable for certain individuals based on their specific health issues, age, and lifestyle. She states essential oils should not be considered a one-size fits all alternative. Plant-based alternatives can provide a balance to an individual’s well-being from a natural approach when used safely.
She continued her studies and recently passed the national exam to become a Registered Aromatherapist. Nadler is a mother of three and a grandmother of five with a supportive husband by her side. She has a BS and an MBA and worked as an Accounting professional for many years. She realized her real love was getting back to basics from her years of growing up in rural northern VT. In 2012, she started dabbling with essential oils. She quickly realized that there were many people selling oils with little knowledge of how to use the oils safely. It was at this point she decided to get professional training to enable her to help people use essential oils both safely and effectively. Nadler does not sell essential oils, as her focus is on helping others learn how the oils can help assist in promoting balance for their well-being naturally and safely. She makes custom blends, conducts workshops and is currently working on a book that she believes will make essential oils easier for any individual who is interested in using plant-based alternatives for natural well-being. You can visit her website at www.bluejeanmama.com.