Here is an article discussing the Integrative Energy Healing program at Langara College, a well known college in the Greater Vancouver area.
I very much agree with Chris Macdonald, the author of the post, Langara is ripping off their students with a course based in pseudoscience. Supporters of energy healing may claim that doctors (read medical student in my case) are so wrapped in modern medicine that they are not willing to consider the possibility of alternative therapies, but, in this case, nothing could be further from the truth. I welcome the potential benefits of alternative therapy. However, I believe there should be substantial research supporting "energy healing" before it is packaged as a certificate program and sold to students. Until then, can we really trust a graduate of this program with our health?