Theoretical knowledge is the first foundation for Ayurvedic study, though the experience of practicing with real cases is equally important to a practitioner’s growth. Internship and practicums provide valuable mentored training ground for this purpose, but every practitioner will still reach a point at which it is time to begin practicing solo. Challenging cases are opportunities for learning and growth, and working through the case is essential for improving your competency, capabilities and confidence.
Our Clinical Mentoring webinars are the perfect forum for receiving the expert guidance you need to work through those challenging cases as well as learn from our case studies and the experiences of your peers.
Who should take this program
- Appropriate for enrolled students or graduates of a level II – Ayurvedic Practitioner program
- Please note: if you are a currently enrolled student or graduate of a level I Ayurvedic Counselor, Consultant or Educator program, you are eligible to join the Clinical Mentoring Webinars for Counselors series
- Enhance your Ayurvedic practice via direct information and interactive discussion with fellow practitioners
- Discuss and create the protocol for the challenging cases you have in your practice
- Practice presenting your case & receive mentored guidance from Dr. J and your peers on your active cases
- Learn from your peers as they present their cases and provide feedback to them
- Gain new tools, techniques and resources to assist you with your practice
Each Clinical Mentoring Webinar session is conducted by one of our experienced clinicians and faculty members. The first half is presented in a lecture format, including how-tos and tips for managing aspects of a level I Ayurvedic practice according to the evening’s theme. We’ll then review case scenarios and participant submissions, focusing on the Counselor-level scope of practice.
All sessions are recorded for later viewing.
To submit cases
Students who would like to submit a case for review during an upcoming mentoring session must email case-related documents (with real rogi names excluded) at least 48 hours in advance to be reviewed for inclusion. Cases are selected for presentation on a first-come, first-serve basis. Submit to: email@example.com.