‘Inspirational and motivating’ day puts graduates on track for business success

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Final-year students and newly-qualified practitioners declared the well-attended event – designed to equip them with the skills and confidence to set up in business – as an ‘inspirational and motivating’ day.

"It was a highly successful day and a great opportunity for the classes of 2019 and 2020 to get together with colleagues and network with the workshop speakers," said Liz Wootliff, Society Professional Development Co-ordinator.

"We hope they went away feeling supported and positive about the future.”

Lucie Wrench a newly qualified registered member said "Joining the 'Taking The Leap' workshop exceeded my expectations in terms of considering new opportunities, finding new clients and sharing the real ingredients of what it is to be a successful practitioner. Believing in yourself....yes, believe in yourself! It is the first secret to getting where you want to be …. Thank you Society of Homeopaths for organising."

Speakers included Linda Wicks, chair of the Society board, Matt Pepper on the issues new homeopaths often experience, Selina Hatherley on community clinics and Maggie Dixon and Gemma Burman on their three vital steps towards becoming a homeopath – belief, confidence and risk-taking.
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Future homeopaths were given an insight into how to establish a successful practice at a one-day graduate workshop in London.

Final-year students and newly-qualified practitioners declared the well-attended event – designed to equip them with the skills and confidence to set up in business – as an ‘inspirational and motivating’ day.

“It was a highly successful day and a great opportunity for the classes of 2019 and 2020 to get together with colleagues and network with the workshop speakers,” said Liz Wootliff, Society Professional Development Co-ordinator.

“We hope they went away feeling supported and positive about the future.”

Lucie Wrench a newly qualified registered member said “Joining the ‘Taking The Leap’ workshop exceeded my expectations in terms of considering new opportunities, finding new clients and sharing the real ingredients of what it is to be a successful practitioner. Believing in yourself….yes, believe in yourself! It is the first secret to getting where you want to be …. Thank you Society of Homeopaths for organising.”

Speakers included Linda Wicks, chair of the Society board, Matt Pepper on the issues new homeopaths often experience, Selina Hatherley on community clinics and Maggie Dixon and Gemma Burman on their three vital steps towards becoming a homeopath – belief, confidence and risk-taking.

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