Just graduated? Hear from our experts on how to give your practice the best start

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    [post_content] => There’s still time for Society graduates from the class of 2019 and student members in their final year of education to book their places at a practical one-day workshop designed to equip them with the skills and information needed to set up in practice.

Among the speakers at the event on Saturday October 26 is Linda Wicks, chair of the Society board, who will present a session on mutual support, how to work collectively and the risks of being isolated within the profession.

Matt Pepper will share his 20 years of experience as a practitioner to illustrate how to both find the right clients and also iron out the initial problems that new homeopaths often come up against.

Selina Hatherley will describe how she set up a successful community clinic and offer advice on practice matters, based on her work with the SidebySide clinic after the tragedy at Grenfell Tower in London.

Maggie Dixon and Gemma Burman will talk about the three vital steps towards becoming a homeopath – belief, confidence and risk-taking. 

The workshop runs from 10am–5pm at 356 Holloway Road, London. There is a charge of £10, including vegetarian lunch. To book your place, click here

 
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There’s still time for Society graduates from the class of 2019 and student members in their final year of education to book their places at a practical one-day workshop designed to equip them with the skills and information needed to set up in practice.

Among the speakers at the event on Saturday October 26 is Linda Wicks, chair of the Society board, who will present a session on mutual support, how to work collectively and the risks of being isolated within the profession.

Matt Pepper will share his 20 years of experience as a practitioner to illustrate how to both find the right clients and also iron out the initial problems that new homeopaths often come up against.

Selina Hatherley will describe how she set up a successful community clinic and offer advice on practice matters, based on her work with the SidebySide clinic after the tragedy at Grenfell Tower in London.

Maggie Dixon and Gemma Burman will talk about the three vital steps towards becoming a homeopath – belief, confidence and risk-taking. 

The workshop runs from 10am–5pm at 356 Holloway Road, London. There is a charge of £10, including vegetarian lunch. To book your place, click here

 

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