Approved for 5 credits for CA and Fla, and 3.5 OM for the NCCAOM and 1.5 biomed

More than 200 million people around the world take statin drugs for their heart health. While they are effective, they also carry numerous risks, and many patients want to avoid taking them. Many of these could be avoided with only diet and lifestyle changes.
Imagine how many patients you can help! Chinese Herbal Medicine offers us a range of herbs and formulas proven to reduce excessive blood lipids.

Here's what's included: 

  • 5 hours of lecture
  • At least 28 PDF's of research 
  • 125 slides of powerpoint
  • Nutritional strategies
  • Visual signs of elevated lipids
  • Single herb discussion
  • Pattern breakdowns with formulas and modifications.


Ear infections are one of the most common complaints in a pediatric practice affecting millions of children annually.

This lecture provides detailed diagnosis and treatments for acute both acute and chronic otitis media.

The content of this lecture is not limited to pediatrics, as this impacts adults as well.

Learn from subject matter expert Cara O. Frank, the co-author of Case Studies: Eye Ear Nose and

Throat Disorders. You’re promised a greater depth of knowledge than can be found elsewhere


Imagine getting support from the beginning to end of diagnosis, treatment strategy, formula and modifications. You can even get feedback and input on your website, branding, and business strategy. Practicing EAM is hard!


There's no need to feel alone with this. In small, intimate groups of 3, Cara acts as an herbal guide-holding your hand and guiding you to clarity in your Chinese Herbal Skill-Set. Why Sign up? 

  • In-depth Knowledge: Delve into the intricacies of Chinese Herbal Medicine, unlock its hidden treasures, and develop a profound understanding of herbs and their applications.

  • Practical Skills: Refine your diagnostic skills, master the art of herbal formulation, and enhance your clinical success.

  • Peer Support: Forge lasting connections with fellow practitioners who share your passion and dedication to Chinese Medicine.

  • Personal Growth: Gain the confidence to tackle complex cases and make a lasting impact on your patients' lives.

Learning together makes us stronger practitioners!  Groups will be limited to three students and we will meet every other week for 2.5 hours allowing 45-60 minutes for each student. The intention is to create a safe space to work through confusing cases or where you're stuck in your practice. These classes will fill up quickly so make sure to reserve your spot on our waiting list! Simply enter your information here to be added to the waitlist.  Hand-Holding, Peer-Support, from an acupuncturist and a Jewish Mother! What more could you want!



100% of children with develop a fever. While colds and fevers in adults and children overlap, treating children requires specific strategies and creates an opportunity for new strategies.

Learn to interpret the nature, progression and resolution of exterior pathogens. 

Gain mastery of mixed excessive and deficient patterns concerning these diseases.

Learn internal and externally applied formulas to treat colds and fevers.

Manage treat common co-factors and complications. Learn to prevent latent pathogens.



Belly aches! Pooping Problems! Picky eaters! So many children suffer from digestive disorders. This lecture will cover four topics that are commonly encountered in pediatric clinical practice.

Starting with an overview of healthy digestion and differentiation between children and adults, then diving into in-depth discussion of patterns, strategies and topical and internal formulas for treating these disorders. Common western medical diagnosis as well as red flags will be covered.

  • Stomach and Epigastric Pain:
  • Poor appetite and malnutrition
  • Food Stagnation
  • Diarrhea and loose stools
  • Constipation.


Covering three eye conditions that commonly affect both children and adults: Hordeola (styes) and Blunt Trauma to the Eye Socket (black eyes). 

This highly practical lecture will cover 3 distinct branches of conjunctivitis: 

  • Acute Bacterial and Viral Conjunctivitis, 
  • Chronic Conjunctivitis 
  • Vernal Keratoconjunctivitis- (A fancy name for springtime allergies that cause red-eyes.)

16 PDA's NCCAOM and CA


All 4 courses are essential if you want to treat kids in your clinic successfully. That’s why we’re offering a special offer when you purchase all 4 courses together. 

Enroll in the 4-Course Bundle to save $100 and earn 16 total CEUs this fall (NCCAOM, California, and Florida Approved)

➕Plus, this time we’re adding a special bonus to our bundle this year ✨ A FREE 1-Credit course (Your choice: Er Chen Tang and Friends or Red River: Following the Flow of Si Wu Tang)!

✔️Digestible format

✔️16 Total CEU Credits  

✔️FREE 1-Credit Bonus Course ($35 value)



Understanding formula construction and herbal relationships is a key part of writing formulas with confidence. In this series of easy, one-hour classes you’ll learn to contextualize small formulas and herbal relationships. This lecture will cover the foundational formula for Phlegm Damp: Er Chen Tang: 2 Aged Decoction. The formula is used as a stand-alone treatment, however it’s components are included in dozens for traditional formulas. We’ll learn the history of the formula and learn to identify it within other formulas including Ping Wei San, Huo Xiang Zheng Qi San, Xing Su San, Wu Ji San and more.



Red River: Flowing Along the Path of Si Wu Tang: A timeline of the development of Si Wu Tang

Understanding EAM herbal formula construction is a foundational building block for learning to write formulas effectively. In Red River: Flowing Along the Path of Si Wu Tang, you'll learn the timeline of the development and use of Si Wu Tang Family Formulas, and all my clinical pearls on the classic formula, as well as the intriguing use of this formula throughout history.

We’ll cover: 
• A timeline of the formula (there’s some real surprises here!)
• Why Si Wu Tang is so powerful for women’s health
• When to use this formula
• How Si Wu Tang was modified throughout history
• Li Dong-yuan’s seasonal modifications
  • Tips for dosing



Constructing formulas, determining the dosage, modifying these are perennial pain-points for herbalists.

This lecture breaks down, in detail, how to approach a formula. With numerous examples from Classical Formulas and currents of thought, dosing and proportions are spelled out.

Dosing for granules, tinctures and raw formulas as well as pediatric and geriatric dosing are discussed.



Zeng Ye Tang- Humor Increasing Decoction is a Wen Bing Formula with 3 herbs: Sheng Di Huang, Mai Men Dong and Xuan Shen.

We’ll analyze the formula construction, how it’s different from other yin supplementing formulas and Then we’ll look at the myriad formulas that include this combination. You’ll learn that this trio was used included in formulas centuries earlier.


Telehealth Literacy and Diagnosis Essentials


Learn the foundations of running a successful telehealth practice. Whether you plan to fully pivot your practice, or create a hybrid model, this course will cover everything you need to get it set up.  

We’ll go over basic set-up: from HIPAA compliant platforms, good lighting and being zoom ready. We’ll cover legal and insurance concerns. 

But most important: Telehealth is not like a face to face intake: To do it well you need to adapt. Hone your inquiry and observational skills and build confidence in yourself to help people in a meaningful and effective way.

Learn a process to slow your thinking, unpack complex cases to diagnose patients, write formulas with confidence and modify them so they’re spot on

My slow diagnosis method is a step by step process to deconstruct tricky cases to their core components to eliminate confusion.