Naturologist - Salary and Career
Professionals of creative, equotherapeutic and naturological therapies

Naturologist - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They perform therapeutic care for patients, clients and practitioners using specific programs, methods and techniques of art therapy, music therapy, hippotherapy and naturology. They act in the orientation of patients, interactants, clients, practitioners, family members and caregivers. They develop prevention, health promotion and quality of life programs. They carry out technical-scientific activities through research, specific work, organization and participation in scientific events.

How much does an Naturologist earn

A Naturologist earns between $0 and $0 per month, with an average monthly salary of $1.590 and a median salary of $1.590 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 2 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Naturologist

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 1.590 19.083 398 8
1º Quartile 0 0 0 0
Median Salary 1.590 19.083 398 8
3º Quartile 0 0 0 0
Higher Salary 0 0 0 0

Professional job categories

  • Science and arts professionals
    • professionals of biological sciences, health
      • health professionals in integrative and complementary practices
        • professionals of creative, equotherapeutic and naturological therapies

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Main workplaces

Professionals of creative, equotherapeutic and naturological therapies the positions of this CBO family exercise their functions in sectors whose activities refer to health and social services, education and sports. In general, they work on their own, as self-employed, individually or in groups, without permanent supervision. They work in closed environments in the case of the Art Therapist, Music Therapist, Naturologist, and in open environments in the case of the Equine Therapist. Art Therapist, Music Therapist and Riding Therapist work during the day. In the case of Naturologists, working hours are irregular.

What does it take to work in the field of Professionals of creative, equotherapeutic and naturological therapies

For the exercise of the Music Therapist occupation, a degree or specialization in the area is required. For the exercise of the Art Therapist occupation, higher education in health, education or health is required, in addition to a postgraduate degree or specialization in the area. For the exercise of the Riding Therapist occupation, higher education in health or education is required, in addition to, at least, training courses of 80 (eighty) hours and experience of 1 (one) year in Riding Therapy and Riding. For the exercise of the Naturologist occupation, a degree in the area is required.

Functions and activities of Naturologist

Professionals of creative, equotherapeutic and naturological therapies must:

  • perform technical-scientific and administrative activities;
  • evaluate conditions of clients/patients/users/practitioners/interagents t/interagent icantes;
  • perform therapeutic planning;
  • perform therapeutic service;
  • guiding clients/patients/users/family members/caregivers/interagents;
  • perform therapeutic care;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • work safely;
  • communicate;
  • guide clients/patients/users/family members/caregivers/interagents;
  • evaluate conditions of clients/patients/users/practitioners/interagents t/interagent icantes;
  • analyze therapeutic evolution;

  • Activities

    • return feedback;
    • select therapeutic material;
    • inform risks/limits inherent to the treatment;
    • report;
    • check material conditions;
    • stimulate autonomy and independence;
    • select horse;
    • observe multidimensional aspects of health;
    • select methods and techniques of therapeutic art intervention;
    • give courses and lectures;
    • clarify doubts;
    • analyze complementary exams;
    • develop a discharge process;
    • evaluate relationship with horse ;
    • demonstrate creativity;
    • register service data;
    • perform the conservation of slicing materials;
    • implement prevention and health promotion programs;
    • perform research;
    • coordinate services (health, education, etc.);
    • perform context assessment sociocultural;
    • analyze practitioner-horse interaction;
    • facilitate the interactant's understanding of their health;
    • establish result indicators;
    • elaborate therapeutic record;
    • analyze the individual's involvement with the therapeutic process;
    • package therapeutic material for disposal;
    • perform home and institution visits;
    • adapt techniques;
    • demonstrate musical mastery;
    • check the organoleptic conditions of the naturological material (color, taste, odor and texture);
    • perform therapeutic music reading;
    • sanitize materials;
    • use artistic-expressive techniques and materials;
    • define creative stimulation techniques;
    • work as a team;
    • perform feedback;
    • perform biotypological and energetic;
    • participate in safety training;
    • apply techniques of therapeutic art preparation;
    • evaluate expressions/receptivity sound-musicals;
    • provide consultancy and advisory services;
    • use epi;
    • evaluate plastic expressions;
    • establish a bond;
    • establish number, duration and frequency of sessions;
    • develop projects and programs;
    • participate in differential diagnosis ;
    • select naturological techniques;
    • demonstrate empathy;
    • perform multidisciplinary care;
    • share information with other professionals;
    • identify the musicality of patients/clients/users;
    • coordinate projects and programs;
    • participate in technical-scientific events;
    • establish therapeutic plan;
    • perform prognosis;
    • overcoming adverse situations;
    • select equine therapeutic programs, methods and techniques;
    • define therapeutic care strategies;
    • produce informational material;
    • analyze plastic production;
    • analyze community profile ;
    • analyze risks of using therapeutic material;
    • analyze the relationship of patients/clients with artistic-expressive material;
    • identify relative indications and contraindications;
    • establish an art-therapeutic link;
    • evaluate general conditions of clients/patients/users/practitioners/interactor;
    • adjust material;
    • demonstrate procedures and routines;
    • choose therapeutic environment;
    • establish a dialogue between therapeutic system/knowledge;
    • identify indications and relative contraindications;
    • demonstrate clinical reasoning;
    • set priorities in care;
    • establish sound-musical dialogue;
    • participate in meetings with multidisciplinary teams;
    • check understanding of guidance;
    • demonstrate diffuse and focused attention;
    • work in education programs;
    • monitor productive-creative process;
    • organize therapeutic groups;
    • observe horse behavior;
    • develop new technologies;
    • evaluate general conditions of clients/patients/users/practitioners/interagent;
    • stimulate the practitioner's biomechanical alignment;
    • work in social programs;
    • establish diagnosis;
    • train horse;
    • demonstrate dynamism;
    • establish a sound-musical bond;
    • guiding changes in habits and behaviors;
    • demonstrate transdisciplinary thinking;
    • establish dialogue from plastic production;
    • demonstrate non-verbal communication skills;
    • establish discharge criteria;
    • analyze the relationship of the interactor with naturological practices;
    • perform conservation of therapeutic art material/therapeutic music;
    • explain how naturological practice works;
    • perform anamnesis;
    • manage financial resources;
    • discuss cases with a multidisciplinary team;
    • check practitioner attire;
    • demonstrate a welcoming school;
    • presenting artistic-expressive materials;
    • demonstrate objectivity;
    • observe bio-psychosocial development;
    • stimulate spontaneous and induced plastic production;
    • establish horse-practitioner-mediator bond (approximation);
    • analyze the risks of using therapeutic material;
    • analyze reports and opinions from other professionals;
    • apply hippotherapy activities;
    • stimulate sound-musical production;
    • demonstrate mastery of plastic language;
    • apply assessment instruments ;
    • organize technical-scientific events;
    • adjust therapeutic planning;
    • stimulate perception and sound-musical hearing;
    • demonstrate perseverance;
    • perform multisensory stimulation;
    • establish an interagency relationship;
    • analyze sound-musical production;
    • manage human resources;
    • elaborate technical-scientific productions;
    • stimulate adherence and continuity of treatment;
    • refer patients/clients/users/interagents to other professionals;
    • request evaluation from others professionals;
    • observe signs of change;
    • demonstrate leadership ability;
    • issue reports and opinions;
    • define the care team;
    • define therapeutic care goals;
    • establish observation criteria;
    • mediate instrumental, vocal and body production;
    • establish therapeutic contract;
    • implement projects and programs;
    • analyze the autonomy of the interactor in relation to the therapeutic process;
    • involve family members, caregivers and educators in the process therapeutic;
    • evaluate interagent relation with the environment;
    • select sacking material;
    • guiding activities of daily living;
    • supervise technical teams (interns, other professionals);
    • stimulate self-knowledge;
    • propose activities;
    • suggest complementary exams;
    • demonstrate organization;
    • perform thematic sessions;
    • demonstrate flexibility;
    • use assessment protocols ;
    • perform clinical examination;
    • evaluate sensori- motor, cognitive and emotional;
    • prepare the therapeutic environment;
    • demonstrate emotional balance;
    • analyze sound-musical perception;
    • define type of care (individual or group);
    • apply naturological techniques;
    • perform therapeutic art reading;
    • analyze evolution of the creative process;
    • demonstrate ability to handle, ride and relate to horses;
    • select music therapy methods and techniques;
    • stimulate productive-creative process;
    • work as a team;
    • introduce naturological therapeutic techniques;

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