Society celebrates ‘positive work’ in 2017

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    [post_content] => Members of the Society of Homeopaths and supporters gathered for the Society’s annual reception on Monday evening (December 4) at London Canal Museum.

Practitioners and students joined board members and staff, together with guests from other leading homoeopathy organisations, including the British Homeopathic Association and  the Faculty of Homeopathy. Also present were David Tredinnick MP and representatives from James Hallam Ltd and Helios Homoeopathy, who co-sponsored the event.

Earlier in the day, a free workshop for student practitioners heard from Jenni Tree, author and homeopath, on how homeopathic remedies have been deployed to help cope with the health consequences of trauma and from business expert Jamie Smart on how to develop a practice commercially.

Students also had the chance to put questions to the Society’s board on key issues including regulation and accreditation, the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) and the launch of the Society’s e-learning programme.

Chief executive Mark Taylor said: "It was good to have so many members and friends together and it was good to hear members being so positive about the Society and the work it is doing. There was much talk of the new website, improved communication and advocacy, My Voice, the encouraging student numbers and the community clinics. Add to this the imminent launch of My Practice, an enlarged annual conference and the revamped Journal and the atmosphere was optimistic."

There are more pictures from the event on the Society's Facebook page.
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Members of the Society of Homeopaths and supporters gathered for the Society’s annual reception on Monday evening (December 4) at London Canal Museum.

Practitioners and students joined board members and staff, together with guests from other leading homoeopathy organisations, including the British Homeopathic Association and  the Faculty of Homeopathy. Also present were David Tredinnick MP and representatives from James Hallam Ltd and Helios Homoeopathy, who co-sponsored the event.

Earlier in the day, a free workshop for student practitioners heard from Jenni Tree, author and homeopath, on how homeopathic remedies have been deployed to help cope with the health consequences of trauma and from business expert Jamie Smart on how to develop a practice commercially.

Students also had the chance to put questions to the Society’s board on key issues including regulation and accreditation, the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) and the launch of the Society’s e-learning programme.

Chief executive Mark Taylor said: “It was good to have so many members and friends together and it was good to hear members being so positive about the Society and the work it is doing. There was much talk of the new website, improved communication and advocacy, My Voice, the encouraging student numbers and the community clinics. Add to this the imminent launch of My Practice, an enlarged annual conference and the revamped Journal and the atmosphere was optimistic.”

There are more pictures from the event on the Society’s Facebook page.

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