Student Workshop 2020

  24 Apr 2020

  10.00-17.00

Fantastic opportunity to join colleagues for an informative and inspirational day. International speaker Dr Joel Kreisberg will be discussing Gender styles with an exploration of how masculine and feminine dynamics impact homeopathic healing. Matt Pepper RSHom will share valuable experience on building a successful and varied practice. As a practitioner with over 20 years experience, Matt will also share his knowledge on the crucial area of self care for practitioners.

Location

356 Holloway Rd
London N7 6PA
UK

Student Workshop 2020

356 Holloway Rd, London N7 6PA, UK

Fantastic opportunity to join colleagues for an informative and inspirational day at the Society’s annual Student Workshop.

International conference speaker Dr Joel Kreisberg will be discussing Gender styles with an exploration of how masculine and feminine dynamics impact homeopathic healing. 

Matt Pepper RSHom will share valuable experience on building a successful and varied practice. As a practitioner with over 20 years experience, Matt will also share his knowledge on the crucial area of self care for practitioners. Matt regularly delivers his PeppTalks to companies, schools, the NHS and other organisations.

Don’t miss this opportunity to network with fellow students and meet Society staff.

Gender Styles: How Masculine and Feminine Dynamics Impact Homeopathic Healing – Dr. Joel Kreisberg, DC, PCC, CCH

 Understanding gender style provides  powerful cues for fostering healing. Masculine – abstract, impersonal, objective, deductive, and independent, contrasts with feminine – narrative, personal, experiential, and connective. More of a gradient, gender style reflects ways of being in the world expressed in every patient we come in contact with. Less physiological gender, gender style is about the way a person identifies with their thinking, feeling and behaving and how this shows up in their way of being.

The masculine approach, so often utilized in homeopathic case taking and management, is a dynamic deductive way to finding the simillimum. Yet the feminine approach is utilized due to its ability to foster ongoing healing in an embodied way. Dr. Kreisberg will guide participants through a series of learning activities. We’ll share stories, listen, and learn from one another as we consider the impact of gender style on interpersonal dynamics of the homeopathic clinical encounter.

About Dr. Kreisberg

Dr. Kreisberg is the Executive Director of the Teleosis Instiute, a school of Coaching and Narrative Healing. His unique blend of homeopathy and Narrative Health Coaching offers a method for powerful lasting change. Author of Coaching and Healing: Transcending the Illness Narrative, and The Homeopathic Handbook for Poison Ivy/Oak, Dr. Kreisberg lives and works in Berkeley, CA.

Building a successful and varied practice
Matt Pepper RSHom

Building a practice can be a real challenge if you do not know what to do or what you are aiming for. However it is extremely rewarding once you know what you want and where you want to go. Matt’s practice is very varied in terms of where, how and who he works with combining working with individuals, consulting for companies and presenting with groups. Matt has been around the block quite a few times and have seen first hand what works and what doesn’t, having tried, failure and tried again in many areas…

Building a practice can be a real challenge if you do not know what to do or what you are aiming for . However it is extremely rewarding once you know what you want and where you want to go. Matt’s  practice is very varied in terms of  where, how and who he works with, combining working with individuals, consulting for companies and presenting with groups.

You will be looking at:

  • How to find the right clients that you enjoy working with
  • How to create the right type of practice for you
  • The differences between a private practice and working for a company
  • How to promote and market yourself successfully
  • Building up enough clients so earn a good living : what are the tips ?
  • Creating offerings and packages that suit certain clients
  • What do you charge and how to over the fear of charging

Matt is looking forward to sharing what he has learnt so you can get out there and be as busy as you want to be …!


The happy practitioner – getting up the happiness barometer


Self-care is crucial for practitioners. If we have the tools to keep ourselves in the best state of mind possible the benefits firstly to ourselves then our clients are huge. Life is full of challenges- it’s how we deal with them that makes the difference. Getting into the right state of mind and feeling at our best is crucial for ourselves, our families and our practice! Matt is a passionate engaging speaker on mental wellness and emotional wellbeing. Matt has been helping people to feel at their best for over 20 years.

 

 

Booking

  • FREE to Society student members
  • £10 for non members
  • Includes a light vegetarian lunch

The Society has the right to change the workshop programme

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