Clinical Community Herbalist Certification

Clinical Community Herbalist Certification

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Our complete Clinical Community Herbalist Certification Program!

The Clinical Community Herbalist certification program builds on the foundations of the Clinical Family Herbalist course. In the Clinical Community Herbalist course, students are introduced to the two most vital body systems: the digestive system and the nervous system. Students will also learn about mental health, systemic inflammation, insulin resistance, the energetics of traditional Western herbalism, and traditional assessment.

This course is perfect for those who plan on doing herbal work in their communities, or for people who want a deeper understanding of the body and herbalism. Students who intend to see clients professionally should plan on continuing on to the Clinical Herbal Practitioner course.

Students must have completed the Clinical Family Herbalist certification in order to take the Clinical Community Herbalist course. The in-person modern physical assessment intensive and our live clinic weekends are optional, but will be required  for clinical certification for those who intend to continue on to the Clinical Herbal Practitioner Certification. These in-person classes are not included in the cost of the Clinical Community Herbalist bundle.

You must complete all modules listed below, and the corresponding exams to gain certification through this pathway.

Clinical Community Certification is priced at $1,475.00. This does not include the Clinical Family Herbalist Certification.

Students may also choose to enroll in our Comprehensive Clinical Training Program and get a discount on all three clinical programs.

Clinical Community Herbalist Certification includes these courses

An Integrative Approach to Systemic Inflammation
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An Integrative Approach to the Digestive System
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An Integrative Approach to Insulin Resistance and Obesity
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An Integrative Approach to the Nervous System
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Traditional Western Assessment and the Consultation Process
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An Integrative Approach to Mental Health
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