Podcast Show 135: Amanda Dilday – Self Care for Herbalists
As Sue and Candace reflect on the interview with Amanda Dilday, they sort through the under-rated step of healing which involves letting the healer breathe. Self care can take many forms. After healing others, it is important for future patient care to take a minute for collecting yourself. Amanda’s focus on trauma healing provided a strong backbone for the discussion of self care.
Amanda Dilday is the author of Flowers for a Girl : Plant Medicine for Sexual Trauma which unites poetry and energetic herbalism. She is also the founder and a teacher at the Alchemilla’s School of Embodied Herbalism in South Carolina.
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Amanda Dilday, is the author of Flowers for a Girl: Plant Medicine and Sexual Trauma in which she combines herbalism and poetry in a memoir form. Amanda lives and teaches at the school she founded Alchemilla’s School of Embodied Medicine in South Carolina.
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