This listing is for practitioners who have met the criteria for Registered Herbalist in the American Herbalists Guild. The information listed is provided by the practitioner and is not reviewed, evaluated or endorsed in any way by the AHG.
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T Sean Diesel
Emergency medicine, urgent care medicine, family medicine, acupuncture and Chinese herbs, constitutional herbalism, medical herbalism
Albuquerque, NM- NEW MEXICO
naturopathic medicine, herbal medicine, gemmotherapy, homeopathy
Fort Collins, Colorado 80526
Oncology, Clinical herbalist; Nutritionist; Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Personal Consultations/Clinic; Integrative Oncology Unit, Davidoff Center, Rabin Medical Center-Beilinson Hospital;
Hod, Hasharon 45209
Personal Consultations/Clinic; Manufacture/Market Products; Classes/Lecturing
LaPlata, MD 20646
Thomas Easley, RH(AHG), Director of ESHM and President of Wellspring Mountain
Thomas Easley is co-author of Modern Herbal Medicine: The Practical Herbal Reference for Everyone and founder of the Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine. He is a clinical herbalist and Registered Herbalist of the American Herbalists Guild. Thomas integrates modern science and traditional Western herbalism into a unified and systematic approach to health and healing. He uses herbs from all over the world, including Ayuveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine, but focuses on the deep and rich tradition of Western herbalism. Thomas emphasizes using foods as primary medicine and uses intensive diets as well as stress reduction techniques, nutritional supplements, and exercise to help people achieve their health goals. Thomas believes that herbal medicine has the potential to change the world. Unfortunately, much of what is taught about herbs and supplements is driven by marketing and is not based in tradition or science. Thomas’s approach draws on his extensive clinical experience, which spans 12 years of full-time practice and over 10,000 clients.
E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Web site: http://eclecticschoolofherbalmedicine.com/, http://wellspringmountain.com/school/
Lowgap, NC 27024
Marlene Ericksen, RH(AHG), LMT, Lic. Esth
Ms Ericksen offers wellness counseling and rejuvenation therapies with a focus on nutrition and botanical therapies. Ayurvedic constitution and lifestyle are important considerations in individual assessment. She has a specialty in essential oil therapy and is certified in England as an Aromatherapies and a member of the International Federation of Aromatherapist. She is the author of a self help book on aromatherapy, called Healing with Aromatherapy, published by Keats/McGraw-Hill (see section in this website for member books). Hands on treatments such as Aromatherapy Massage incorporated with pressure points of Ayurvedic Marma Points and foot Reflexology are offered. Ms Ericksen is Certified in DR. Vodder Manual Lymph Drainage, a gentle detoxifying therapy. She has a full range of Essential Oils and Holistic Skin Care products available. As an author and teacher she is available for speaking engagements, classes and offers a Distance Learning Aromatherapy Course leading to Certification.
Web site: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Marlene-Ericksen-AromaTherapy-Clinic-Spa-Treatment
Stuyvesant Falls, NY 12174-0178
Los Angeles, CA
Susan Fidler, MCPP, (RH) AHG, ND
Clinic, Western herbalist, formulations, TBM
Qualifications: Phytotherapy degree from University of Wales plus current education classes.
Web site: http://www.riverdellherbs.com
Maryville, TN 37804
Pam is the Ohlone’s Head Instructor and the Center’s Director.
Pam has been working with herbs since 1986. She completed her studies at the California School of Herbal Studies in 1989. She has been teaching classes in medicine making, plant identification, wildcrafting, theory and practice of herbalism since 1991. Pam began the BACHA (Bay Area Clinical Herbalist Association) organization in 1991. In 1997 she became one of the first Western Herbalists on staff at Charlotte Maxwell Complimentary Clinic in Oakland. Charlotte Maxwell clinic provides free access to alternative and complimentary medicine for low income women with cancer. Pam is a fourth generation Bay Area resident and has developed a deep love for native plants.
Web site: http://www.ohlonecenter.org
Berkeley, CA 94702