Spring 2021 Clinical Herbalist Round Table

Spring 2021 Clinical Herbalist Round Table

Join this community discussion group for herbal practitioners and advanced students who have already begun seeing clients, either professionally or as community herbalists working with housemates, family, friends, or neighbors. 


Each week one participant will present a detailed case study for the group to discuss. This is a chance for practicing herbalists to gain fresh insight on difficult cases, practice case management, and share their success stories and their challenges. If you are working with someone and feel a little stumped, this group provides a listening community to put their heads and hearts together to compassionately uncover new approaches or herbs that you hadn’t thought of alone.  


The running list of who will present each week will be determined the prior week, and you must be in attendance the meeting prior to the week on which you present your case. If you are new to presenting cases, show up for a few weeks and listen to interesting stories to get the hang of it. Or take the one-time class “Basics of Clinical Herbalism” to get acquainted with our clinical format.


A one-time registration of $30 to cover administrative costs is the only fee for this ongoing discussion group for Spring 2021 (covering February through May). You can attend whenever you want to listen and discuss cases. You do not need to attend every meeting.


Cost: $30

Times: First and Third Thursdays of each month, 12pm - 2pm

Dates: February 4, February 18, March 4, March 18, April 8, April 22, May 6, and May 20


Refund policy for online classes: A full refund (minus a $15 admin fee) can be given for cancellations up to 1 week before the class. A partial refund of 50% can be given up until 24 hours before the event. No refunds are possible less than 24 hours before the class, or for no-shows on the day of the event.


    The Elderberry School of Botanical Medicine

    PO Box 15021  Portland, OR  97293


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