A quarterly update for health practitioners who want to grow a business they love.
As we head towards the pointy end of the year, I’ve been reflecting on my mentoring activities in 2019.
They’ve included presenting five webinars, one workshop at the NHAA International Conference and co-leading our third practitioner retreat in Bali.
Beyond supporting clinicians in 1:1 mentoring and supervision and running a private online group, I’ve published a handful of articles, attended some wonderful grass roots practitioner-generated events and participated in professional forums.
Challenges for practitioners
Currently my work is split 50:50 between supporting naturopathic clients and mentoring. I equally love clinical practice and supporting practitioners find their authentic way of working and improve their skills. Remaining at the coal face of clinical practice, is essential for me to be in touch with your professional needs.
This year has seen a lot of challenges in our profession. As I head towards thirty years in practice, it’s clear we have come out from the fringes into full visibility. With that inevitably comes criticism, along with the accolades. My agenda is, regardless of the political climate, to support practitioners so they can be as clinically effective as possible, and create a practical and affordable treatment plan. As well as take care of their own needs and grow a successful business.
New to “Learn”
There have been a few new additions to my mentoring resources page.
In October I had the pleasure of attending the launch of Create a Fertile Life. This book is a must-have for any practitioners working with clients trying to conceive, whether naturally or through assisted reproductive technology. This collaborative book, written by the talented team at Fertile Ground Health Group, makes your job easier by setting out not just the lifestyle advice we’d like all our clients to follow but with over 200 references supporting these suggestions. Don’t worry, they leave the prescribing to you, fully supporting the unique role that naturopaths, herbalists and nutritionists can make in supporting clients with their fertility journey. Take a look at my Create a Fertile Life book review or just
grab your copy now.
New to the articles is a controversial one on testimonials. What circumstances can naturopaths use testimonials on their websites and social media interactions? This is a tricky one. What do you think?
Setting intentions in your naturopathic/herbal business in 2020
‘If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!’
Are you interested in a workshop to guide you through setting intentions for your business in the new year?
Option include a half-day Sydney workshop or possibly an online webinar. Of course 1:1 sessions are also available. Let me know if you’re interested.
If you’d like to be part of the 2020 Australian Naturopathic Summit – you need to jump in NOW!
UPDATE (11.11.19): We made it happen – ANS 2020 has now sold out! To avoid FOMO, get your name on the waiting list for tickets asap.
Struggling in practice?
You’ve done all the seminars but nothing is making an impact on attracting or retaining clients, getting the clinical results you expect, or improve your mojo?
It’s time to level up and get the bespoke help you need, to explore what’s not working and the simplest ways to create a business you love, that supports you.Book mentoring