Episode 8 | Identifying your Core Values

In the Clinic with Camille

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When you're in practice, identifying your core values helps you stay aligned with your highest intention.  

One of the things I do regularly - at least every year or two - is revisit my statements about what I do and who I serve/my "ideal client."

I find that this is a helpful practice, but it's not quite enough.

It's also important to think about the WAY you do what you do. I find that this stems from your core values: the things that are most important to you as a person and a practitioner.

It can be tricky to identify these, but once you do it is extremely helpful in writing and speaking about what you do.

When you're clear about this, you can more easily help your clients identify whether you'd be a good fit for them.

In this episode, I share a reflection question that helped me identify my core values.

I hope it helps you as well.

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  • Thanks for sharing your thoughts especially on authenticity and using and noticing every day or occasional irritations. That’s very good advice and helps keep me grounded. Good luck with your practice and I will probably join in the near future🙂

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    Camille Freeman (she/her)

    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.