Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it.

Marion Wright Edelman

Being an educator is an important part of my job both with clients and with fellow homeopaths.

 

I offer workshops and classes for clients, for example for mums who wish to learn how to use homeopathy for their families. I also train homeopaths offering post graduate workshops on specific topics, and supervisor support face-to-face or via Skype.

Workshops and Classes 

 

I offer workshops and classes to anyone interested in learning more about homeopathy. They include homeopathy for first aid, for travel and for childbirth. These may be one-off sessions or short courses to help people come to grips with basic knowledge so they can help their family and friends.

Dates for these workshops are regularly posted on my Facebook page and on Lacey’s Yard Facebook page, please sign up to one of them. If there is nothing advertised, drop me an email and I’ll let you know what is in the pipeline and add your details to my waiting list.

Post graduate workshops

 

I offer post grad workshops from my practice base in Lacey’s Yard. Topics have included pregnancy, the elderly, learning difficulties and meditative provings. I run a monthly teaching clinic for students and newly graduated homeopaths to hone their skills in a supportive environment. This is limited in number to 4 students to help ensure a beneficial experience for both clients and students. The commitment is for an academic year but it is also possible to arrange a one-off drop-in experience if there is a space available.

My post grad groups meet roughly every two months, and dates are arranged within the group. If you would like to get involved, contact me via email or phone. I also add events to the listing page on the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths website

 

Supervisor

 

I am an ARH approved Supervisor having completed their training and so offer one to one supervision for practising homeopaths. This can be face to face or via Skype. Being a self-employed practitioner can be quite an isolating experience and so getting confidential support from a more experienced peer can be very helpful for practice issues.

For Supervision, get in contact with me and we can book a 10 minute phone chat to see if my style meets your needs. Choosing a Supervisor is often down to approach and compatibility.

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