FSM Core Practicum At In-Person Seminars
The in-person Core Seminars include a hands-on practicum experience each day. Students will practice on each other. . Students who do not have a license to treat with electrical stimulation can be the patient, machine operator, or observer. Each student will have the opportunity to perform each role.
Students should wear clothing that is loose-fitting and allows for easy access to their body. This will make it easier for the students treating to perform procedures and examinations. Students should avoid wearing clothing with buttons, zippers, or other closures that could interfere with medical equipment. Finally, students should remove jewelry if possible.
FSM Core Practicum Private Instruction
FSM Practicum Instructors are located in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Italy, and Canada. Hands-on practicum instruction is available for those who have taken the FSM training online as a course, through video training, or via a live-stream seminar.
The practicum credit is included with the purchase of any virtual Core training at the “First Time” registration rate. New practitioners can schedule the training and Frequency Specific Seminars will compensate the FSM instructor. Travel may be required.
Core Practicum Instructors can be found by going to the FSM Practitioner Directory, choosing "View Advanced Search Options", and selecting "Instructor" at the bottom.
FSM Core Practicum Weekends
The in-person, hands-on practicum weekends are free for those who have taken the FSM training virtually through an online course, video training, or a live-stream seminar.
The practicum weekend is included with the purchase of Core training at the “First Time” registration rate. Current FSM practitioners can attend as a practicum refresher for $400.
Any FSM Core Practicum Weekends that are available will be listed below.
FSM Core Practicum Video Library
The FSM Core Practicum Video Library is a growing collection of videos featuring Dr. McMakin treating patients. Dr. McMakin shows how to set up the patient for treatment and her strategy for selecting frequency combinations that may be outside of the normal protocol.
The library is available to all practitioners who have taken or have registered for Core training.