- This event has passed.
Webinar: From Symptom to Formula
April 2 @ 7:00 pm - April 16 @ 9:00 pm$80
In this webinar, Patricia Kyritsi Howell introduces you to a step-by-step method for assessing symptoms presented during an intake, determining the herbal actions needed, and generating a list of herbs that will form the basis for effective formulas.
Using body systems and herbal actions, this method helps you organize and prioritize symptoms to address both acute and chronic symptoms. You’ll learn to recognize the patterns behind seemingly random symptoms so you can select herbs that address both immediate and constitutional health challenges.
We’ll also look at how to combine herbs to create various herbal formulas and preparations. The series ends with a review of several case studies using the method described.
While we’ll be using a Western/European herbal approach in this webinar, classifying herbs in terms of their actions on specific body systems, it can easily be modified and expanded to incorporate TCM, Ayurvedic and other healing paradigms.
After sharing this method with my students for almost 20 years I think you’ll find that it empowers you to design effective formulas and create treatment protocols with confidence.
In this webinar series you’ll learn…
- to organize symptoms gathered through an intake.
- a deeper understanding of how herbal actions affect specific body systems.
- to differentiate between chronic and acute symptoms patterns to create appropriate treatment strategies.
- how to make recommendations for lifestyle changes.
- empower you to build your herbal practice with confidence.
Note: This material provided in this webinar series assumes that you have a basic foundation in herbalism. Feel free to contact us if you have questions about whether this is a good fit for you. Looking for beginners level herb classes? Check out our Herbal Basics for Everyone webinar series, now available as a recording.
Dates and Times: Tuesday, April 2, 9 & 16, 2019 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm ET.
Stream live sessions on these dates, or access the recorded webinar at your convenience for up to one year.
Tuition: $80 for three 2-hour webinars and all handouts.