ACMOS CERTIFIED TRAINERS
The ACMOS Method has been researched and refined over the past 40 years by Rene Naccachian PhD, an instrumentation engineer with PhD qualifications in Energy Medicine and in Microbiology, and his team. The headquarters of the Acmos organisation is the SBJ-International Research and Development Centre in Paris, France.
INTERNATIONAL ACMOS TRAINER
FOUNDER OF THE ELEARNING PROGRAM
ACMOS TEACHER (UK)
Carol grew up in Scotland before qualifying as a Chartered physiotherapist in 1985. In the 1980s and 90s she has worked in hospitals in the UK and Australia. Personal illness changed her direction and led to her discovery of the ACMOS Method however she continues to see physiotherapy clients from her base in Inverness. Carol’s hospital roles included in-service training and support for physiotherapists, students and other medical professionals. In 1992 she formed the Highland musculo-skeletal clinical interest group and led professional development events for peers throughout this region. Since 2006 Carol has been actively involved in The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Energy Medicine(ACPEM), a UK wide network of health professionals. She has held various committee positions and is currently chair of the group. In 2013, Carol presented an introduction to the ACMOS Method to the ACPEM annual conference and more recently she was invited to present, with Widad Nash, at the Quantum Energy Conclave 2 in Bangalore, India.
Carol Robertson become part of the Acmos team after qualifying in the ACMOS Method in 2006. She has been teaching the Method internationally since 2011 when she became a Professor of ACMOS. She has worked very closely with Dr Rene Naccachian and Widad Nash over the past 12 years and continues to update and share Dr Naccachian’s teaching with students from a wide variety of nationalities and backgrounds. In November 2014 she became a Senior Professor in the ACMOS Method International Teaching Team. Carol has led ACMOS training courses in Paris, France with Dr Naccachian and from her home in Scotland, UK. As part of her work she has thoroughly rewritten and updated the English version of the ACMOS course notes and continues to add to this volume of work. In 2017 Carol received a personal testimonial from Dr Naccachian in recognition of her contribution to the teaching of the ACMOS Method internationally. Carol continues as an active practitioner with 13 years of clinical experience to back up her teaching role. She provides ongoing support to former students.
ACMOS TEACHER (TURKEY)