Join us for our new suggested sliding scale webinar series! Featuring herbalists and clinicians Paul Bergner RH(AHG), 7Song, Bevin Clare RH(AHG), Ingrid Bauer MD, and Sue Sierralupe, this special five week series is designed to offer an array of contemporary considerations for herbalists during these challenging times.
For an individual webinar, the suggested sliding scale is $5-$20. For the bundle of all five webinars, the reduced suggested sliding scale is $20-$50. Classes will be recorded and available for participant viewing at any time.
To register for this webinar use the link below. To register for the bundle, click here.
Please note webinar time is: 8 pm Eastern Time, 7 pm Central Time, 6 pm Mountain Time, 5 pm Pacific Time
A portion of money raised by this webinar will be donated to Occupy Medical, which is a free integrated healthcare clinic in Lane County, Oregon.
Sue Sierralupe has been working with the unhoused population of Lane County in Oregon for close to a decade. Her team has developed viable protocols that are used as tools by those they serve to transform lives. Sue shares the trauma informed care model that they incorporate with street reach integrated herbalism and how they have teamed up with doctors, nurses and other care providers to improve public health for those in need.
Bio: Sue Sierralupe is the Clinic Director and Lead Herbalist at Occupy Medical, a free integrated healthcare clinic in Lane County, Oregon since 2011. She is the Program Director for the Eugene River Ave Facility which is the first recorded COVID19 Emergency Response FEMA site to work with the integrated health model in the United States. Sue’s work with herbal medicine and the unhoused has won her many awards. She is the founder of the Practical Herbalist website, Real Herbalism Radio, and has written 9 books on herbs.
Why Suggested Sliding Scale
AHG acknowledges the uncertainty of these times and welcomes herbalists at all levels to our special educational webinar series. By offering suggested sliding scale for these timely webinars, we invite all interested to attend these webinars at the level of financial contribution that is comfortable for them, while also acknowledging the expertise of the webinar presenters and the amount of behind-the-scenes planning which goes into planning and hosting these.
As a non-profit, it is part of our mission to support access to herbal medicine for all and advocate for excellence in herbal education. One way we support the growing herbal community during COVID-19 is by offering a number of relevant, clinically-based webinars with access for all. While we are requesting a nominal suggested donation to go towards our webinar hosting costs, no one will be turned away for lack of funds. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if the suggested sliding scale donation is inaccessible for you during these challenging times.