Free online event for Society Student Members
Join us for our annual online workshop hosted by Society Education Lead, Ros Sturley.
With topics covering bowel nosodes and supervision.
An introduction to Bowel Nosodes with Anthony Bickley RSHom Rtd
In this session, Anthony will cover a brief history of bowel nosodes, the materia medica of the most important bowel nosodes and how to prescribe them in practice.
Anthony Bickley is a popular teacher and was received with great enthusiasm at our recent Summit. He is the former Principal of the British School of Homoeopathy and the Irish College of Homoeopathic Medicine. He has delivered lectures on bowel nosodes, case analysis, principles and materia medica at various schools in the UK, Europe and the USA.
Anthony has articles published in various journals including Homeopathy in Practice and The American Homoeopath and author of Repertory of the Bowel Nosodes and Materia Medica of the Bowel nosodes, Bowel nosodes Handbook and Prescribing the bowel nosodes
Supervision the hidden ingredient for a successful practice with Caroline Schuck RSHom, FHEA, Dip Sup
An interactive workshop to help you understand how supervision can enrich both you and your practice. Through personal development it will enable you to grow a successful and sustainable practice.
Caroline has been a homeopath since 1989 and runs a busy practice in north west London. She started training in supervision skills in the early 90s and later studied Supervision at Revision and a the Tavistock London Deanery. She has taught supervision skills in several settings to a range of complementary therapists as well as NHS doctors. She taught the therapeutic relationship, supervision skills and reflective practice at BSc and MSc levels at Westminster University for 17 years. With Jane Wood she co-authored the book Inspiring Creative Supervision. She runs regular ongoing supervision groups for healthcare practitioners including homeopaths and is currently running these online.
For Society Student Members
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