Transitioning from Student to Practitioner: Considerations for starting your practice.

Date: 
Wednesday, October 15, 2014 - 7:00pm EDT
Instructors: 
Rosalee de la Foret, RH(AHG)
Price: 
Free to AHG Members

7:00 Eastern Time, 6:00 Central Time, 5:00 Mountain Time and 4:00 Pacific

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Topic: Are you ready to transition from being an herbal student to being a clinical herbalist? Wondering if there is an herb that magically organizes your paperwork and grows your business? Admittedly, Rosalee is still searching for that elusive herb, but she has designed this class to outline many practical considerations when opening your herbal practice so that you can hang your shingle with more confidence. We will specifically cover: intake paperwork disclaimers finding the perfect office space how to set your consultation fee how to attract the ideal clients tips on stocking or ordering herbs and whatever other helpful advice Rosalee can stuff in this hour-long webinar

Bio: Rosalee is passionate about helping people discover the world of herbalism and natural health. She is the Education Director for LearningHerbs and creates multimedia presentations for HerbMentor, including videos, herbal photography, recipes, articles and ebooks. In addition to her work at LearningHerbs, Rosalee teaches internationally at herbal conferences and retreats. She also guides enthusiastic herbal students in her popular mentorship program designed to deepen their herbal knowledge and grow their herbal business. As a clinical herbalist Rosalee specializes in helping people find natural solutions to their chronic health problems. Rosalee lives off the grid in the Methow Valley with her husband, Xavier. She is often found with a camera in hand, hiking, swimming, playing badminton, doting over her medicinal herb garden or curled up with a good book.

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