The full program is broken down into eight topical topical ‘courses.’ Each course contains six modules. Modules are added on Friday every two weeks and remain available for the entire program. Each module is a learning unit that contains the following:
A three-hour meet live online and recorded class on the current topic
A dedicated discussion forum for the current topic. You are invited to ask questions and share insight and experience throughout the program. Sharon responds to each post.
Readings, audio, or video related to the current topic
Readings include articles from a variety of authors, as well as ebooks compiled and translated by Sharon Weizenbaum. Over 15 ebooks are given through the program, totaling over 2000 pages of well-organized material that will serve as a clinical manual in years to come.
A facilitate learning quiz designed to support learning through engagement
A live online Q & A to answer questions and discuss the current topic.
Each student is assigned a TA who will be working with you on diagnosis and formula choice skill development through the program
Your TA will also help you transform a case from your practice using the diagnostic process outlined in the program. Sharon will review this case and your process in a way that will tremendously help you hone your skills.
Each student has the opportunity to have a private mentoring session with Sharon
Each student has access to our student library, which is full of additional resources.
Tuition for the Graduate Mentorship Program includes access to the White Pine Institute Student Library. The library is rich with resources such as:
First-rate Chinese medicine journals and back issues,