Episode 2 | Tips for Taking your Practice Online

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I don't like to be prescriptive, but please stop seeing your clients face-to-face.

At this point, almost all of us should have discontinued seeing clients in person for the sake of our communities. 

I know we still want to help and be of service, and the obvious solution is to take your clinical work online.

You may be reluctant to do this because you feel like you won't be able to connect as deeply with your clients. Or because you aren't "techy" and know it will be a huge challenge to handle the logistics.

I'm here to tell you that it's absolutely possible to keep working with people from a distance in ways that are meaningful and leave you feeling deeply connected, and it's not too terribly complicated to get started.  

I've been practicing online and via phone since 2010 (or 2011?), and I have found that I can connect and support my clients from a distance

Tips & advice

In this episode, I share some things to think about as you transition away from a face-to-face clinical practice.

If you need help or have questions, please feel free to reach out. I am happy to share what I've learned and to help you troubleshoot as much as I can.

Also, if I've overlooked anything, please feel free to chime in below.

I want to make sure you and your clients get the support you need during this challenging period.

Thanks for listening/reading, and stay safe.

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Hi there! I'm a clinical herbalist and licensed nutritionist specializing in fertility and reproductive health. I faciliate the Monday Mentoring community of practice and offer continuing eduation programs for highly trained herbalists & nutritionists. I'm also a professor in the Department of Nutrition at the Maryland University of Integrative Health, where I teach physiology, pathophysiology, and mindful eating.