Fall Dreaming and Planning
When we're in the thick of things, it can be hard to carve out time to evaluate where we've been, dream about where we're going and make a (loose) plan for our next steps as practitioners. I've found that reflecting on the energy of each season, planning a project or theme for the season, and spending some time going over what's working and what's not every season helps so much in running the kind of practice that reflects my values.
You're invited to come dream and plan with me in this free online seasonal dreams workshop.
Tuesday September 21, 12-12:30 pm ET
The recording will be available for everyone who registers.
I wanted to make this webinar as accessible as possible. Therefore, instead of charging for this seasonal dreams workshop, I'm asking for a bit of help spreading the word about my work. See below for options. I hope to see you there !
How to Register for the Seasonal Dreams Workshop
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I'm Camille Freeman.
I mentor highly-trained herbalists and nutritionists who want to feel solid and supported in their clinical work. I've been in practice as a licensed nutritionist and clinical herbalist for 15+ years, with a special focus on reproductive health. I have a doctorate in clinical nutrition, and I also serve as a professor at the Maryland University of Integrative Health, where I teach physiology, pathophysiology and mindful eating.
My pronouns are she/hers.