When I started my clinician practice 8 years ago, community programming wasn't anywhere on my radar. All I wanted to do was see patients one on one, educate them, provide them with guidelines on how to get better, and do it all over again with another patient.
What was becoming apparent over the years however, was the fact that I spent a lot of time on what I considered foundational pieces with patients, before we could really dive into the nitty gritty of what was making them feel ill.
A classic example was women coming in looking for support for their hormones. When I would start to ask more detailed questions about their menstrual cycles (which helps me get to the nitty gritty ; ), many times it wasn't stuff they could answer, because they didn't know the importance of tracking those pieces. So then we'd spend some time with me educating them, sending them out with homework (tracking their cycle), and them feeling like we didn't get to the bottom of what they were there for. Not the best use of our one on one visit!
On the flip side of that is the financial investment they make to work with me one on one, to only get a reminder on high school biology with a little naturopathic spin to it! Not a great use of their financial investment!
Hence the need for a more cost effective, time efficient, knowledge driven, way to get started.
Enter The Braided Table.
The Braided Table is the culmination of working with patients for 8 years in a one on one setting and learning from them the foundational pieces that I find necessary to move forward with a health care journey.
It is an 8 module course that takes the participants through these foundations in a cost effective, time efficient, knowledge driven way. Plus the access to the knowledge, insight and support of the other women engaging in the program.
Every woman should have access to this knowledge because I think its the key to opening up the potential for them to amplify their life.
Want to learn more? Check out the link below!