As some of you may know, I have an interest in naturopathic medicine, and a particular disdain for unwonderful naturopathic schools, which unfortunately means most of them. In looking into the dubious California College of Natural Medicine, I found this page http://www.traditionalnaturopathy.com/fontpage/faculty.htm in which the founder of the school claims to have been awarded a Naturopathic Doctor degree from Clayton University in a residential program. She also reports that the school closed in 1989. Trouble is, I can't find any reference to this school, and I don't remember ever hearing about an accredited school by that name offering naturopathic education. Anybody happen to know/remember anything about this? The unfortunate thing is, I ran across this unwonderful school while investigating the training of some dude http://www.brantleycure.com who is apparently hawking some book, with his sole "medical" credentials being a degree from the unwonderful Clayton College of Natural Health and the equally unwonderful California College of Natural Medicine. A chain of people educated in fake schools starting other fake schools to teach people to write books on fake healing methods. Nice, huh?