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Taking the leap – from student to practitioner 2021

  8 Oct 2021


Congratulations to all recently qualified homeopaths! Free online event for recently qualified Society members and Society student members due to graduate shortly. With renowned international homeopath Shilpa Bhouraskar, Selina Hatherley RSHom & Ros Sturley, Society Professional Standards & Education Lead

How to move from learning to practising successfully with Shilpa Bhouraskar

“When I trained at my homeopathy medical school in Mumbai, I got this piece of advice from some of my favourite teachers. If I just take a good case and find the Simillimum, people are going to show up.  If I do good work, people will show up in a big  way… but unfortunately they were wrong.

That is because 95% of your patients are not ready for the Simillimum, at least during their first visit. After miserable failures and almost giving up, in my second year of practice, I learned some hard lessons.  And once learned, I went on to build 5 successful clinics in India before I moved to Australia and set up a global  practice”.

In this workshop Shilpa will share one of the first strategies that worked for her.   There aren’t many things that will have as big an impact on your practice (and homeopathy) as the right strategy.  This session will focus on that and show you how you can start practising successfully from day one.

Practice support for you with Professional Standards & Education Lead Ros Sturley

Ros will provide a walkthrough of all the resources available from the Society to help you set up in practice.

Top tips for promoting your practice online with Selina Hatherley, RSHom and Ros Sturley, Professional Standards & Education Lead

Ros and Selina will be providing guidance on what to include on your website and social media to get clients through the door.


About Shilpa Bhouraskar

Shilpa is director of TQFS Academy and author of the HomeoQuest Software.

Shilpa has been developing the Stages formula and framework for successful homeopathic practice since the start of her homeopathy journey in 1998.  On graduating as a homeopathic medical doctor from Mumbai, she worked as a homeopathic GP in India for 7 years. As Shilpa moved a lot she had to rebuild her practice from scratch five times in six different cities before moving to Sydney Australia in 2004 where she is based today.

Shilpa has worked with tens of thousands of patients right from farmers in rural India to professionals across the globe from the USA, Europe and Australia.

A couple of years after Shilpa moved to Sydney, in 2008, she built the online Argentum Mentoring program where she has trained homeopaths, CAM practitioners and integrative medicine doctors on how to build their business using homoeopathy through the Stages Outcome framework to engineer their success.

Eventually Shilpa built the online Academy, TQFS with a team of over 25 world class trainers who are experts in specific homeopathic approaches. The team train over 20,000 members from over 74 countries across the globe via over 100 courses on every type of homeopathy.

In the last 12 years, these practitioners  have gone onto impact hundreds of thousands of their own patients with homeopathy in different corners of the globe using a range of tools within the spectrum of homeopathy.

Shilpa’s vision is to inspire holistic practitioners to use homeopathy confidently so collectively we can change the way the world perceives homeopathy at grassroots.

About Selina Hatherley, RSHom

Selina qualified as a homeopath in 2004 and has been in practice in Oxfordshire since. Working with other homeopaths is something Selina loves, and she supervises both students and qualified practitioners. As well as her private practice, she heads team SidebySide at the community clinic at Grenfell in London. Working alongside other therapists, she has seen the value and importance of teamwork in a multidisciplinary clinic, to both patient and practitioner.  Selina is also Vice Chair on the Board of Directors of the Society of Homeopaths.

About Ros Sturley, Professional Standards & Education Lead

As Education Lead, Ros works with Society accredited course providers, graduates and members to support the Society’s accreditation process, maintain standards and encourage individuals to enter the profession.   In her role in professional standards, Ros is responsible for the development of professional practices within the Society Membership. She supports members with any Professional Standards issues they may have and advises on how to promote their practice and the profession.






  • FREE to Society registered members who have graduated in the last year and Society student members due to graduate shortly

The Society has the right to change the workshop programme.


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