3, 2.5 Hour Meetings
September 11 and 18, October 2
Mondays from 5 – 7:30 pm Eastern


In this 3 week mini-mentorship class, each participants will submit two cases to be discussed in class. We will go through the case carefully in order to come up with a clear diagnosis and formula. Please submit the cases one week ahead in Word format (or Pages or Google Doc) into the Discussion section. This way I can ask you for further clarifications ahead of time, and group the cases together in the most coherent way for class. If you have worked with me before, please also submit a For Sure Signs table to go with each case. If you’re not familiar with this, we will go over it in class. It will become a useful tool for you in clinic for complicated cases to help you reach a diagnosis.  Each case will take about an hour and a quarter.  Please make sure you can attend all three dates. Since it’s a small group, attendance is required. Once you enroll, you will see the format for your cases in the discussion section.

7.5 Herbal CEUs NCCAOM Provider # 278


Sally Rappeport

I have been practicing acupuncture and East Asian Herbal Medicine since 1998.  I graduated from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM) in New York, after which I continued my education with many practitioners including Sharon Weizenbaum, Yaron  Seidman and Ed Neal. I am Board Certified in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology from the NCCAOM.

For years I have had a particular affinity for medicinal herbs and support the movement to grow Chinese herbs organically in the U.S.  In 2016 I joined the board of the High Falls Foundation which promotes this effort.  In 2009 I began on my own to deepen my understanding of herbal medicine by delving into texts from the Han dynasty.  This has greatly enhanced my practice of herbal medicine. I have continued studying with Dr. Feng Shi-Lun, Nadine Zach, and  I am now assisting in Sharon Weizenbaum’s Graduate Mentorship Program and teaching and mentoring practitioners online.  In addition, in 2016 I launched the Shen Nong Society, a professional organization for East Asian Medicine practitioners.  The SNS has an annual conference every spring in NYC which is also live streamed.