The Bach Flower Essences Practitioner Certificate Program provides the student with the training necessary to become a Certified Flower Essences Practitioner. Using the classical Bach Flower Essence set, as well as other Flower Essences from North America and the Desert Southwest, students study materia medica, energetics, applications, clinical skills, and flower essence preparation. The classroom portion of the program is offered as part of the Clinical Program or as a stand-alone class for Advanced Graduates.
The program is broken up into monthly Flower Essence Round Table sessions, as well as 3 weekend intensives over the course of 9 months, where students and faculty gather to evaluate cases, practice clinical skills, and study materia medica. Upon completion, the student is awarded a Bach Flower Essence Certificate. Flower Essences are an ideal addition to herbal therapeutics, nutritional therapy, massage therapy, counseling and psychotherapy, acupuncture, physical therapy, naturopathy, nursing, and many other areas of health support.
The program is open to advanced graduates or any past clinical students.
This program prepares the graduate to offer consultations on the use of flower essences in retail or clinical settings.
Flower Essences are gentle, yet powerful natural remedies that work to support our overall health in countless ways. Flower Essence therapeutics are ideal partners for a wide variety of health and healing modalities and often help an individual get more out of their health program and more out of life.
TOTAL HOURS = 56 classroom hours
Meghan Pivarnik, CCH, CBFE
Meghan Pivarnik is the Flower Essence Program Director at the Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism. She is a mentor and support for students as they pursue their wellness path within the vitalist tradition. Meghan is also the Clinic Program administrator.
Meghan is a Certified Clinical Herbalist and Certified Bach Flower Essence Practitioner. She studied at the Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism with Mary Barnes and Sheila Luna. Meghan has a deep passion and excitement for formulation, flower essences, clinical skills, as well as the nervous system (both human and animal alike). Meghan runs a small clinical practice under the name red fawkes apothecary. Meghan has created a flower essence kit to support the process of grief named ophelia’s grief garden.
She holds her MFA in writing and poetics from Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. Image, language, and sensation fuel the lens in which Meghan understands the world. She remains connected to language professionally as a proofreader for Sounds True Publishing.
Meghan has also studied the history and theory of yoga at Naropa University and Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health.