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 Color Therapy Treatment 

A color therapist will incorporate psychology and medicine into therapeutic treatment for the human body, a process of color healing. It was dated back to the ancient Egyptians who used sunrooms with colored glass panels. It is considered in the "grey area" of medicine as with any alternative medicine.
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Understanding Color Therapy As A Career

The use of certain color in alternative medicine is not a new concept. It dates back to the ancient Egyptians who used sunrooms with colored glass panels. The idea was rediscovered by Dr. Seth Pancoast (1823–1889) and Edwin Dwight Babbitt (1828–1905) who developed a type of energy healing called chromotherapy. This practice seeks to heal emotional and spiritual ailments through colored lights therapy. Certain hue can be stimulating or soothing depending on what you want it to do for you: blue is calming while yellow might wake you up better than caffeine could!

How color therapy works?
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It is based on the idea that different colors invoke different responses (like emotions). Some are considered stimulating, like red, while others are soothing, like the blue.

Alternative medicine is often in the "grey area" due to insufficient information on its efficacy and risks

What is color therapy used for?
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There are many claimed benefits to color therapy, but it is most commonly claimed and used to treat:





-Pain relief

Is there specific colors for treating depression?
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According to the source from the web, there is no one-size-fits-all approach to it, but red has been studied to treat depression. Lightboxes with bright red lights can effectively boost serotonin levels in the brain and increase energy!

What are color therapy glasses use for and how it work?
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According to some write-up, glasses are like regular sunglasses. The glasses block out harmful light waves (like UV rays) and allow some to promote healing. It is being claimed that it enables human eyes to absorb certain frequencies of light. It might benefit the human body because it will allow the body to heal.

Caution thou: Color therapy is considered in the "grey area" of medicine as with any alternative treatment.

What do you need for a Color Therapy session?
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It is typically done with the patient sitting in front of a lightbox. Still, it can also be performed using colored lights or carefully placed lamps around you. Some therapists may even use crystals on your chakras (energy points) to stimulate healing. In contrast, others might create their own oils and creams for topical application. A session can last anywhere from five to fifteen minutes, and it is best to do them before bed.

What is color therapy and chakras?
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A color therapy is a form of alternative medicine that involves light and hues to treat ailments. It was practiced by ancient Egyptians who used sunrooms with colored glass panels to treat illnesses.

Chakra means "wheel" in Sanskrit, a language from India. Chakras are part of an esoteric system called tantra yoga, which believes that the seven main chakras in the body correspond to different areas of health and well-being. Each chakra is associated with a certain hue, which is said to help stimulate and balance that particular area of the body.

What is color therapy chart?
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When chakras are represented as a color wheel, the hues of each chakra appear in their respective order. While there is no universal standard for this chart, it can help people understand which areas of the body are associated with certain energies and emotions. It can also serve as an aid when doing energy work or meditation.

What is the difference between color and light therapy?
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Light therapy uses specific wavelengths of light to treat various conditions. On the other hand, color therapy involves the use of hues to stimulate different areas of the body. Each can be used independently or in conjunction with each other depending on your needs.

Both light and color therapy are considered forms of alternative medicine. However, light therapy is more commonly used and studied more extensively than the latter.

What is Therapeutic Color Chart?
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A therapeutic color chart is a guide that shows the relationship between hues and their corresponding emotions. It can help practitioners choose the right hues for their patients.

The chart has been published around 1933 by Indian-born American-citizen scientist Dinshah P. Ghadiali (1873–1966) under The Spectro Chromemetry Encyclopaedia, a work on color therapy.

How would color therapy get sue?
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Alternative medicine is often in the "grey area" of therapy due to a lack of scientific evidence. There can be cases where after several sessions, clients not satisfied with the result may challenge the promotional material and the "promises" made by the therapist business. It can be worse if there is injury due to the therapy.

What are some claimed benefits of color therapy?
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Claimed by most colour therapists, the benefit includes

  • help regulate moods and emotions
  • Improves sleep quality
  • Boosts energy levels
  • Aids in pain relief
  • Help reduce stress levels

Caution Disclaimer: Alternative treatment as with any others is considered the "grey area" of medicine. The writer of this blog is not responsible for any injury or misinterpretation. Please ask your family doctor or professional if you need further clarification.

Protect Your Practice
Color therapists should always take precautions to protect themselves from being sued.

How General Liability Insurance Protect Color Therapist?
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It protects the third-party property and bodily injuries resulting from an accident. Suppose a client walks into your office, trips on a power cord and injures themselves. They may then decide to take legal action against you over the loss of income, medical bills and healing physio cost. These coverage are especially important on financially-devastating lawsuits.

How Malpractice Protect Therapist?
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Professional Liability or Malpractice Insurance: Protects the third party, especially on bodily injury due to Malpractice. For example, a client may ask for after sunlight was left open for too long, resulting in burns, nausea, or any uncomfortable experience. Due to the nature of Color Therapist as alternative medicine, this option may not be available due to risk.

How Property Insurance Protect?
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It the business property from fire and theft. It is important to protect your business assets, as they will help generate income for the crucial survival of the business. Important coverage such as property insurance to cover your color therapy equipment to perform your color therapy right.

How Business Interruption Protect?
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Unlike liability insurance that protect insured when sued by third party, the Business interruption is incredibly crucial for color therapists when the business is forced to shut down due to accident such as fire. As a business owner, you should always evaluate and consider the best form of insurance for you and your business. It's always beneficial to invest in the most suitable insurance for you. Always stay vigilant so you can provide the best for your business.

Having certified personnel working with the business will reduce the risk yet ensure the person involved with clients has the knowledge in the area of practice. It will reduce the risk of mishandling equipment and understand what is best for their client. Some of the credentials include the title of Certified color therapist and certified Color Time Consultant.

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