The 6-day clinical intensive in the Navajo Nation will be an opportunity for herbal clinician students to have real-world experience working with a community ready to re-connect to plant medicine.  Students get hands-on training working in a mobile apothecary, rotating as part of the provider detail of team food preparation, doing intake and working one-on-one with the community both in the clinic, running the role of the team medic in charge of the care for team members, working as a community representative from our school (scout) to work with residents on clinics and possible classes, help with the gardens and even with the rainwater catchment systems.

Tuition is $500 for the 5-day intensive and includes:

transportation once all students are in the designated area, and to/from the chosen different clinical locations

equipment needed for working in the clinic and with the community (a full clinical apothecary set up)

5 days of hands-on clinical work, in the apothecary, clinic rooms, team medic post, possible wildcrafting, and potentially helping with medicinal gardens if time allows

The Food/Materials fee is due in cash upon arrival to the meeting point outside of Window Rock, AZ on 9/16.


What is not included:

airfare or transport to and from Arizona

any personal expenses for purchases made while you are on the trip

the dinner meal on Saturday evening


Because of the extensive costs the school absorbs for planning and holding clinical weeks, we request tuition payments be made using a check or money order.  If you must have use a credit card or Paypal, we can also supply payment links upon request and it will include a processing fee.

Please send tuition payment to:

Sam or Suchil Coffman

25810 Mahogony Trail

San Antonio, TX 78255

Tuition is $500. A minimum of $250 is required to hold a space in the clinical week, and the full amount is due no later than September 7, 2018.