Newfane resident Carr earns herbalist certification
The criteria for clinical certification consists of in-depth clinical knowledge illustrated by extensive case studies, writing, and years of practice. Admission is peer-reviewed by some of the most respected clinicians in the field. Carr's acceptance into the Guild positions her at the highest level of practice in clinical herbalism.
"I look forward to expanding clinical hours for clients in Brattleboro, Newfane, and long-distance, and continuing to offer courses and apprentice programs through the Old Ways Herbal School of Plant Medicine, as well as participating in all the opportunities for professional development afforded by this honor," Carr said in a statement.
Carr - RH (AHG), RNC-MNN, BSN - is a nationally recognized clinical herbalist, with an office practice in Newfane and Brattleboro specializing in the health of women, children, and babies by promoting self-empowerment and autonomy in pursuit of balance. She offers full apothecary service with custom remedies available. Carr also writes for numerous magazines, including two quarterly columns, and speaks at herbal medicine conferences around the country. Her central focus is to help people self-empower to reclaim lost wisdom to care for the health of their families, communities, and natural environment, which she accomplishes through hands-on courses that affirm each student or client's potential.
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