August 11, 2022

A few months ago, I decided to offer two types of follow-up visits in my private practice instead of just one.

Now I have a long follow-up and a standard follow-up.

It’s been working really well, so I thought I’d record a podcast episode about why I made the change and how I have it set up.

In short: clients are self-selecting into either a regular follow-up (30 min) or a long follow-up (60 min).

People who need more time are signing up for it, and it’s making my life much easier.

I find it’s nice to revisit my clinic structure once a year or so: Am I happy with the services I’m offering? Are the descriptions clear? Do the prices feel right?

I don’t always change things, but I do like to consciously opt back in to how I have things set up.

If you haven’t done this in a while, maybe it’s time?

Take care,


p.s. Another tip from this week’s podcast episode: put the length of your visit(s) in the title of the service. Then “Standard Follow-Up (30 minutes)” will show up in confirmation messages, calendars, reminders, etc.

About Camille Freeman, LDN, RH (she/her)

Hi there! I'm a clinical herbalist and licensed nutritionist specializing in fertility and menstrual health. I run the Monday Mentoring community of practice and also offer continuing education programs for highly-trained herbalists and nutritionists (Check out this year's Deep Dive!). 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.

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