A Practitioner Note from Camille Freeman

February 25, 2022

It’s February, and for many of us things are hard.

In addition to the dark and the cold and the pandemic, we’re also bearing the weight of news out of Ukraine and the trans oppression happening Florida and Texas.

I wish things were different.

I released a podcast episode earlier this week that was recorded before most of this week’s breaking news happened.

Even so, it may be helpful to hear.

I talk about things to consider when you feel like giving up on your practice during these dark winter months.

Whether you have time to listen or not, please know that I’m sending strength your way.

With love,


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About Camille freeman (she/her)

Hi there. Thank you for checking out my Practitioner Note. To give you a bit of context, I've been in practice as a licensed nutritionist and clinical herbalist since 2004. My practice focus areas include fertility, menstrual health, and circadian rhythms. I'm also a professor in the Department of Nutrition at the Maryland University of Integrative Health and have two master's degrees in physiology and herbal medicine, as well as a doctorate in clinical nutrition. 

Through my work at Bloom & Grow, I run a community of practice for herbalists & nutritionists called Monday Mentoring and also offer continuing education programs (check out my annual Deep Dive) and courses to help folks find sustainable and fulfilling ways to make clinical practice work.  You can learn more about me on my bio page.

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