Saturday 26th October 2019
Resource for London, Holloway Road, London N7 6PA
A practical one day Workshop for Society student members in their final year of study and Society Graduates of 2019.
Essential Advice and Tools for setting up in practice.
The Society is hosting a one day event designed for those who have recently graduated from our accredited courses or due to graduate in the next 12 months. The aim is for all attendees to come away inspired and with the practical tools and advice to help you set up in practice.
Matt Pepper RSHom, homeopath, author and public speaker will be sharing his 20 years of experience as a practitioner, showing you how to find the right clients for you. Covering topics such as, how to build a sustainable practice that you enjoy, the multiple ways to run a successful and varied practice, finding your right price point and much more.
Linda Wicks FSHom, homeopath and Chair of the Society Board will deliver a session on supporting one another, how to work collectively and the risks of being isolated within the profession.
Selina Hatherley, RSHom, homeopath and Society Board member will share her experience of setting up and running a successful community clinic, offering practical advice on practice matters, measuring outcomes and funding. Selina will speak from experience of her work with a drug/alcohol drop-in clinic and SidebySide community clinic at Grenfell.
Maggie Dixon RSHom, homeopath, lecturer and Society Board member and Gemma Burman RSHom, homeopath and 2018 graduate, will be talking about the three vital steps towards becoming a homeopath – Belief, Confidence and Risk Taking.
Our professional standards manager, Emma Hayes will also deliver sessions on Safeguarding, Lone Working and Data Protection.
A light vegetarian lunch and refreshments will be included
Note – this event is open to Society registered members who have graduated or due to graduate in 2019 or Society Student members in their final year of study
All bookings should be received 3 weeks prior to the event in order to ensure a place.
We reserve the right to cancel any workshop if we do not have a minimum number of bookings.
We need to ensure that we have sufficient participants for events to be viable before we confirm them, usually 3 weeks before the date of the workshop. If you need to cancel because of exceptional circumstances, it may be possible to issue a voucher to be used for a future event: requests for vouchers must be made in writing.