here, I do an internal text search of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine [CCNM] per >healing power of nature<:
001. these are the four results [2010-02-27]:
001.a. in "Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic (Teaching Clinic)"[vsc 2010-02-27]:
"the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic (RSNC) [...] the teaching clinic of CCNM [...] naturopathic medicine is a distinct system of primary health care that addresses the root cause of illness or disease. Promoting wellness and prevention, naturopathic medicine harnesses science to unleash nature’s healing power."
001.b. in "Prospective Students"[vsc 2010-02-27]:
"CCNM brings new thinking, new research and new approaches to health care, harnessing science to unleash the healing power of nature."
Note: so, there's that typical science label upon HPN.
001.c. in "Areas of Study"[vsc 2010-02-27]:
"naturopathic medicine is founded on the principle of healing through the cooperative power of nature [...] the principles underlying the practice of naturopathic medicine include [...#2] recognition and support of the inherent self-healing ability of the individual (the healing power of nature) [...] students will develop the skills to practice in a manner that exemplifies professionalism, strong ethics and a commitment to the principles of naturopathic medicine."
001.d. in "CCNM Celebrates 27th Convocation"[vsc 2010-02-27]:
"'the 94 graduates represent a critical addition to Canada’s healthcare resource,' says President CEO Bob Bernhardt. 'They are skilled in harnessing science to unleash the healing power of nature. Each graduate has a minimum of seven years of post-secondary education culminating with an intensive and challenging four-year program of basic and clinical sciences and practice.'"
002. what CCNM doesn't reveal is that HPN is indeed science-ejected.
Note: naturopathy, 'harnessing absurdity.'