About

Trinity School of Natural Health offers the most complete natural health education that provides people with hope, solutions and support to transform their lives and improve the world.

Our History

Dr. Wendell Whitman was a tireless advocate for health freedom and a pioneer in the field of natural health. In 1991, recognizing the inadequacy of formal health education outside of the traditional medical field, he founded Trinity School of Natural Health.

Trinity School of Natural Health was founded for the purpose of presenting alternative natural health education to everyone. Today, the Trinity repertoire of programs and courses has evolved into a powerful, educational process that enables students to improve their own health, enhance the good health of their families, friends and communities, and their own professional practices.

Our Philosophy

Our philosophy is that when the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of the whole person are developed, true health can be achieved. We've designed our courses to support the integration of all three.

We believe the Bible to be a great source of learning and the final authority on spiritual matters. For these reasons we emphasize the knowledge found in the Scriptures to create a spiritual foundation. Because of the inherent spiritual nature within each of us, there is a need to be spiritually-grounded and knowledgeable when analyzing any health issue.

Accreditation

Accredited colleges and schools throughout the United States approve most of the courses offered through Trinity School of Natural Health. Accreditation by an outside accrediting organization is always a compliment to an institution. However, we consider our greatest asset to be the quality of our graduates and the continuing contributions they make to the health and wellness of their families and communities.

Trinity School of Natural Health is accredited and recognized by the American Naturopathic Medical Accreditation Board (ANMAB) in Las Vegas, Nevada (www.anmab.org). We have not, nor do we plan to seek accreditation through the U.S. Department of Education.