Congratulations to all recently qualified homeopaths!
Free online event for recently qualified Society members with
Tracy Karkut Law, Selina Hatherley & Ros Sturley
A 7-step plan to grow your homeopathy business with Tracy Karkut Law
Many homeopaths start their practice because they want more freedom. They want to work fewer hours, and have more control over their schedule. And they want to do work that they feel passionate about.
Making the transition to successful practice is a pretty steep learning curve. Most new homeopaths weren’t responsible for accounts, marketing and customer service in their previous job. They have to wear many hats and they start to learn about them. But then they try to sort through all the conflicting advice about what they are learning.
The truth is, you don’t need lots of strategies. You need a plan.
In this workshop Tracy Karkut Law will share a 7 step plan to help you grow your homeopathy business.
Thinking of starting a community clinic? – useful advice and tips to help you start up
with Selina Hatherley
Selina Hatherley qualified as a homeopath in 2004 and has been in practice in Oxfordshire ever since.
She has recently been involved in setting up the new First Response Homeopathy, online acute service. For twelve years Selina ran a clinic with homeopathy students, for people with drug, alcohol and mental health problems. This experience changed her thoughts on practice and methodology.
As well as her private practice, Selina heads team SidebySide at the community clinic at Grenfell in London, which has been running since the tragic fire in 2017. Working alongside other therapists, she has seen the value and importance of teamwork in a multidisciplinary clinic, to both patient and practitioner.
Looking at the practicalities of starting up and running a community clinic, Selina will be sharing her experience and giving advice.
Practice support for you
with Professional Standards and Safeguarding Lead Ros Sturley
Professional Standards and Safeguarding Lead Ros Sturley will provide an overview of the Society support services on offer to Registered members including safeguarding, lone working and data protection, social media guidance and more.
- FREE to Society members
The Society has the right to change the workshop programme