Building a practice? Graduate workshop offers key skills and expert insights

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    [post_content] => Society graduates from the class of 2019 and student members in their final year of education are invited to a practical one-day workshop designed to equip them with the skills and information needed to set up in practice.

Guest speakers at the event will cover issues such as the different ways a successful and varied practice can be run, fixing the correct pricing for treatments, measuring outcomes and funding.

Matt Pepper will share his 20 years of experience as a practitioner to illustrate how to both find the right clients and also iron out the inevitable bumps in the road that arise for new homeopaths before forming a clear idea of how and where they want to work.

Selina Hatherley will describe how she set up a successful community clinic and offer advice on practice matters, based on her work with the SidebySide clinic after the tragedy at Grenfell Tower in London.

Maggie Dixon and Gemma Burman will talk about the three vital steps towards becoming a homeopath – Belief, Confidence and Risk-Taking. They say that while it is often believed that challenges as practitioners come from external influences, homeopaths forget that the starting point is within themselves. The pair will share practical advice on how to face and overcome those challenges.

The event is on October 26 (10am–5pm) at 365 Holloway Road, London. There is a charge of £10, including vegetarian lunch. To book, go to Taking the Leap from Student to Practitioner
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Society graduates from the class of 2019 and student members in their final year of education are invited to a practical one-day workshop designed to equip them with the skills and information needed to set up in practice.

Guest speakers at the event will cover issues such as the different ways a successful and varied practice can be run, fixing the correct pricing for treatments, measuring outcomes and funding.

Matt Pepper will share his 20 years of experience as a practitioner to illustrate how to both find the right clients and also iron out the inevitable bumps in the road that arise for new homeopaths before forming a clear idea of how and where they want to work.

Selina Hatherley will describe how she set up a successful community clinic and offer advice on practice matters, based on her work with the SidebySide clinic after the tragedy at Grenfell Tower in London.

Maggie Dixon and Gemma Burman will talk about the three vital steps towards becoming a homeopath – Belief, Confidence and Risk-Taking. They say that while it is often believed that challenges as practitioners come from external influences, homeopaths forget that the starting point is within themselves. The pair will share practical advice on how to face and overcome those challenges.

The event is on October 26 (10am–5pm) at 365 Holloway Road, London. There is a charge of £10, including vegetarian lunch. To book, go to Taking the Leap from Student to Practitioner

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