Part Two

The second part of the virtual Crafting Your Herbal Practice course offers a highly curated learning experience guided by Emily, Kat and Patricia. As your mentors, we'll moderate deep discussions and review case histories submitted by students. Small class size guarantees that each student receives personal feedback, suggestions for assessing patterns and creating effective protocols. 

“The craft so long to learn.”
- Hippocrates

This course is for you if you're ready to...

  • Gain confidence in conducting intakes with mentored support.
  • Learn best practices and protocols for creating practical recommendations for your clients.
  • Create intake and other forms to support your practice.
  • Define the system or paradigm that will guide your assessments.
  • Develop skills needed to assess patterns in your client's health history.
  • Learn how to meet clients' needs and set realistic outcomes.
  • Join a community of herbalists to give and receive support as you dive deep into what it means to claim your calling as an herbalist, empowered with confidence and humbled by the gifts of herbal allies.

Registration Opens in January 2024. 

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Completed at least two years or approximately 150 hours of training in herbalism or pursued an equivalent number of hours of independent study.

Basic competency in anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology.

Comprehensive knowledge of the actions, energetics, contraindications and uses of at least 100 medicinal herbs.

Experience using a specific health paradigm to inform your differential assessments of cases and guide your botanical protocols. Examples include Western herbalism, folk medicine, inherited traditions, energetics, African Traditional Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Ayurveda.

Are ready to embrace support and guidance as you deepen your confidence as a practitioner.

Have completed Crafting Your Herbal Practice or equivalent training in clinical herbalism.

Course Details

Meets weekly in April and May, 2024.

  • Virtual classes on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:30pm ET.
  • A commitment to submit at least six case studies for review. 
  • Weekly case study review roundtable. 
  • Extensive support materials: handouts, reading suggestions and online resources.

Registration Opens January 2024!

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