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NAHA's World of Aromatherapy VII International Conference and Trade Show 2014
In this issue, I introduce you to Mindy Green, an active educator and consultant in the aromatherapy and herbology field. I would personally like to thank Mindy for taking the time to answer the questions put to her in this interview, and hope that you, the reader, can draw both knowledge and inspiration from Mindy's answers!
Before doing formal studies in mentoring, my limited experience of being mentored had me believe that it was a concept framed around the classical mentor – mentee relationship (MacCallum, 2007, p.134). That is, an informal arrangement between someone who is (usually) older and more knowledgeable (the mentor) and someone wishing to benefit from all that the mentor has to offer. This person is referred to as the mentee or protégé...
Many members may have known the Certified Aromatherapist and aromatherapy pioneer, Trudy Welker from Northbrook, Il. Trudy, 79, passed away in her sleep on November 8, 2012. Her dedication in introducing many uses of essential oils for long term care ran deep. She developed aromatherapy programs in Illinois, Washington, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Massachusetts. She also took courses on plants and herbs in England at Cambridge University. One of her…