By Dorene Petersen Chair Aromatherapy Registration Council One of the most frequently asked questions I hear from ACHS students, graduates, and aroma enthusiasts is: How do I become a Registered Aromatherapist (RA)? As you may already know, an RA is an aromatherapist...
ARC’s New Board Member
The Aromatherapy Registration Council (ARC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Jennifer Wilson to the ARC Board of Directors in the function of Director of Public Relations.
ARC Celebrates 18 Years
Join ARC in celebrating 18 years of dedication to providing an unbiased standardized test for aromatherapists by registering and recertifying 121 aromatherapists in 2018.
ARC’s New Board Member!
The Aromatherapy Registration Council (ARC) is pleased to announce the appointment to the ARC Board of Directors of Ms. Sylla S. Hanger, in the function of Director of Public Relations.
Aromatherapy via essential oil inhalation is simple, almost effortless, and non-invasive; Amanda Lattin discusses its viability as an effective method of administration.
The ARC Board has adopted a revised Disciplinary Policy as of January 2015. The Disciplinary Policy is available for download here. You can also find the policy from the top navigation menu, above.
Exam Results (2015)
Aromatherapy Registration Council celebrated 15 years of dedication to providing an unbiased standardized test for aromatherapists by registering and recertifying 105 Aromatherapists in 2015.
Do you need the ARC exam?
The ARC exam is compatible with and enhances aromatherapy studies. This optional professional registration demonstrates one’s competency, knowledge of core values, and safety.
AIA Internal Use Statement
Alliance of International Aromatherapists has updated their policies concerning internal therapeutic use (oral, vaginal or rectal) of essential oils. It is not endorsed outside of specific practices.
Adoption of NAHA policy on Raindrop Therapy
At the Board Meeting on October 23, 2003, the motion for the ARC to adopt NAHA’s published stand on Raindrop Therapy (also known as RDT) was passed. NAHA’s policy can be read here.