Art Healing Science shares in the wisdom of herbalism and of the natural world.

Among other things, Madame Lambert is an herbalist who has been transplanted (for the moment) to Ireland, where she dwells with her Beloved.

How Art Heals Science

With a whisper. Then with the ability to hearken to that whisper. The healing comes from wholly honoring one’s essential self and others, and from balancing internal wisdom with external knowing. By pausing to listen and ultimately to hear, we hope to bring all things into harmony and health.

One cannot see without until one has seen within.

Curriculum Vitae


College of Naturopathic Medicine, Dublin (2015-)

Usui Reiki training program, Belfast (2014-2015)

Green Friends – Europe. Get Growing Program (2014)

Herbal Wellness Coaching Course with Maia Toll (Philadelphia, 2013-2014)

Apprenticeship in Herbal Medicine, Certificate with Keith and Maureen Robertson, founders of the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine, Isle of Arran, Scotland (2013)

PhD. Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies, Bryn Mawr College (2013)

Community Herbalist Foundations Training, Certificate with Maia Toll (Philadelphia, 2011-2012)

MA Degree. Herodotus and Ancient Botanical Inquiry, Bryn Mawr College. (2006)

Selected Teaching & Guidance

Herbal Tuteur. Herbiary (2014-2015)

Sage School. Herbalism 101. Curriculum design and facilitating. Maia Toll (2014)

Herbal Wellness Coaching Certification Course, MaiaToll (Assistant/Coordinator, 2013-14)

University of Delaware (Adjunct Faculty in Classics, 2007-2009)

Bryn Mawr College (Latin Teaching Assistant, 2006-2007)


Irish Register of Herbalists. Associate Member (pending approval 2015)

American Botanical Council


Art Healing Science shop.

Related Work


Mud Island Community Garden. Member. Dublin, Ireland.


Editor, Staff Writer, and Administrative Assistant, Herbiary


Student and Client Coordinator, Maia Toll



Herbiary: Modern Herban Wisdom blog

Setting an Herbal Table This Holiday Season (text and image, December 2014)

Elderflower Cordial (text and image, June 2014)

Hunting for Herbal Treasures (text, May 2014)

Dandelion Wine (text and image, April 2014)

Spring Allergies (text and image, April 2014)

Listening with Paul Rudy (text, March 2014)

Sounding Out Plant Consciousness (text and image, March 2014)

Facing the End of Winter (text and images, February 2014)

Tree Spirit: An Hour with Kim Soles (text, February 2014)

From Folklore to Fact: Some Essentials on Plant Oils (text and image,  January 2014)

Hypocras (text and image,  January 2014)

Banishing the Blues: How Nervines Can Help (text and images, December 2013)

Herbal Gifts for the Holidays (text and images, November 2013)

Sea Change: An Hour with Rory MacPhee (text and images, November 2013)

The Source of Your Herbs – And Why It Matters (text and images, October 2013)

Hot Mulled Cider (text and images, October 2013)

An Interview with Maia Toll (October 2013)

Conferences, Lectures, Seminars, & Webinars Attended

“Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and the Role of Botanical Medicine” with Dr. Tori Hudson
(Gaia Herbs Professional Solutions, June 2014)

Awards & Honors (née Sisk)

Mrs. Giles Whiting Fellow in the Humanities, Whiting Foundation (2011-2012)

Berthe M. Marti Fellow, American Academy in Rome & Bryn Mawr College (2010-2011)

Bryne-Rubel Fellow, Bryn Mawr College Dept. of Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies (2009) Nomination for the Doris Sill Carland Prize for Outstanding Teaching (2006)

Latin Teaching Assistantship and Grant, Bryn Mawr Dept. of Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies (2006)

Friends of the Library Special Collections Summer Internship, Miriam Coffin Canaday Library, Bryn Mawr College (2005)

Bryn Mawr Graduate Fellowship, Bryn Mawr College, Dept. of Greek, Latin and Classical Studies (2004)

CAMWS Award for Outstanding Accomplishment in Classical Studies, The Classical Association of the Middle West and South (2004)

Beinecke Scholar (Scholarship for Graduate Study), The Sperry Fund (2003)

Distinguished Alumni Grant, Indiana University Distinguished Alumni Service Award Program (2003)

Induction to Phi Beta Kappa, Indiana University College of Arts and Sciences, PBK (2003)

Campbell Book Prize, Indiana University Department of Classical Studies (2003)

Pratt Traveling Fellowship, Indiana University Department of Classical Studies (2002)

Jenny and David Curry Scholarship, Indiana University Department of Classical Studies (2002)

Janet Frazee Hayes Scholarship, Indiana University College of Arts and Sciences (2002)

Indiana University Foundation Scholarship, Indiana University Foundation (2002)

O’Meara Merit Award for Short Collection of Poetry, National Society of Arts and Letters (2002)

Gertrude Johnson Scholarship for Latin, Indiana University Department of Classical Studies (2001)

Josephine K. Piercy Award for Poetry, National Society of Arts and Letters (2001)

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