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Join the Experience! Recovery, Resistance, Resilience: Trauma-Informed Herbal Healthcare is the theme of the 32nd AHG Annual Symposium. We will explore the ways herbalism is expanding and evolving as we respond to changes in the world around us. Join us virtually for the live-streamed event or access the recordings for six months. Our virtual platform includes interactive features that allow you to engage with Symposium speakers, other attendees, and vendors.

Keynote Speakers: We are delighted to feature two keynote presentations as part of the weekend event. Friday evening’s keynote is Herbalism and Social Resilience: An Outsider’s Perspective by David Hoffmann, noted herbalist, teacher, and author. Saturday evening’s keynote is Solidarity Medicine: Creating Integrative Anti-Racist Systems of Care and Building Power with Community by Dr. Anjali Taneja, family physician and Executive Director of Casa de Salud in Albuquerque, NM.

Enhance your Experience: In addition to the Online Symposium Experience, participants may add up to six Pre-Symposium Intensive Webinars and/or a four-week Post-Symposium Intensive Webinar Series. Symposium attendees can also earn a certificate in Trauma-Informed Herbalism by attending themed sessions in addition to the Post-Symposium Intensive Webinar Series. 

Symposium attendees receive access to the movie “A Place to Breathe”, a documentary that explores the universality of trauma and resilience through the eyes of immigrant and refugee healthcare practitioners and patients. AHG members share their experiences in panel discussions about Financial Resilience for Herbalists, Trauma-Informed Community Herbalism, and the stories featured in “A Place to Breathe”.


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