The Discussion Groups are moderated by Elders in our field who have specific expertise. These are salons that give you the chance to share ideas, experience, and resources as well as to ask questions and get answers.
Herbs and Formulas
Questions, concerns, insights, great cases or translations here that relate to herbs and formulas. This can be about dosages, safety, classical or non-classical formulas. Please share your clinical conundrums and successes. This is also the perfect forum to post any questions or thoughts you have about White Pine Circle events, videos, or ebooks that relate to herbs and formulas.
A place for you to receive mentoring and support from your community. Please post a question about an herb, a formula or a diagnostic principle. Post questions you have about a difficult case you would like help with. Post about setting up a pharmacy, working with lack of confidence and self doubt, deciding what to charge, dealing with no-shows, PPP guidelines..... Let's see what our community has to offer.
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Questions, concerns, insights, great cases or translations here that relate to women’s health. This can be related to menstrual illnesses, fertility, pregnancy, labor or postpartum. This is also the perfect forum to post any questions or thoughts you have about our women’s health track resources, ebooks and events. Please also feel free to respond to your colleagues posts as well.
Seasonal Alignment Study Group
This is a group for geeking out about the many, many ways in which the Great Turning of the earth around the sun plays out in our daily life experience and that of our patients.
Led by Claudia Citkovitz and Sheri Lee
Menopause Study Group
Join our study group as we explore the many faces of menopause – for our patients, and perhaps ourselves as well. The group started with an in-person retreat, and includes an inter-generational mix of everyone from longtime women’s health practitioners to students
Led by Lisa Taylor-Swanson and Claudia Citkovitz
Research Study Group
Research has a wide variety of practices: observational methods that seek to understand without intervening; qualitative methods that seek to learn from participants directly; and action research methods that seek to change the world by engaging stakeholders like us and our patients as researchers!
Join eminent acupuncture researcher Lisa Conboy and Claudia Citkovitz who will be bringing phenomenal live and recorded content.
Led by Lisa Conboy and Claudia Citkovitz