Homeopathic Practice Building Workshop

I can genuinely say that I wouldn’t be practising homeopathy today if it weren’t for Alan Freestone.  

His bottomless positivity, and ability to turn ‘can’t’ into something proactive and effective was astonishing to me.  I would strongly advise anyone who feels stuck in their journey to being an effective homeopath to sign up for this course.  At the end of the day, you can be as good a homeopath as you like, but if you aren’t seeing patients, that skill is completely redundant’.  A.R

 

Do you want a busy practice? Have you struggled to find patients? Have you tried to market yourself & got nowhere? ….. Then this course could be for you.

The course will be for a small group of 6 people. We will meet one Friday a month for 6 months at The Custard Factory in Birmingham (Great transport links: 1 hour 20 mins from Euston station, or onsite parking).

In addition there will be a Google Hangouts session every Friday at 9.30am when there are no Custard Factory meet-ups. This is to keep everyone on-track & to deal with issues as they arise.

 

There will be two strands of the course:

  • The mental/emotional side of practice building including overcoming our self-sabotage & stuckness
  • the practical steps necessary to build an ‘enquiry and referral generating machine’

 

Pre-requisites: The desire to build a homeopathic practice, a licentiate in homeopathy (or equivalent), the ability to send an email, enthusiasm, determination, and an openness new things.

Please don’t feel “I can’t… I’m not… I could never… if I only had…”  you can & you will.

I spent YEARS trying everything to build a practice, following all the advice given in college & in books (hold a course, connect with other practitioners, offer acute treatment in a health food shop, etc etc), I felt the desperation & panic lying awake at night (“have I made a terrible mistake?!”), I saw my savings dwindle each month as I tried tactic after tactic. Finally I went along to a little £3 course one evening in West London called ‘Marketing for Complementary Therapists’ or some such. This course was aimed mostly at massage therapists but the content could apply to anyone. Here’s a quote:

“If you’ve done your market research and there is a market for your service and you’re not busy, then your marketing is wrong .”

So simple! So right!

I started with the basic principles from this course & experimented & learned & grew and now…now I know how to build a successful practice in the 21st century.

I can teach you this skill.

 

Where I am now:

In the past 6 months I have had 400 new enquiries (and the numbers of enquiries are growing each month). I’ll teach you everything I know…and there are LOADS of marketing ideas that I wanted to try but my practice got too busy before I had the chance! Maybe you can try them for me 🙂

How much? The course is £200 each month for 6 months.

I’d urge you…don’t wait another year and then find yourself in the same place.

Don’t say, “if I just do this one more course on (insert: orchids, bowel nosodes, the periodic table, meditative provings, kineseology whatever), then my practice will grow”. In my opinion, everything is built on a successful practice. That stuff can come after.

 

What to do next:

If you are serious about wanting a successful practice, invest in yourself and click on the PayPal button below. Once the first 6 people have paid, the course is closed. It will be my mission to have 6 busy practitioners at the end of this course.

I look forward to seeing my first  six soon.




3 Responses to Homeopathic Practice Building Workshop

  1. Alan,

    What is the actual Facebook address for this group?

  2. Amanda May 11, 2016 at 10:26 am #

    Hi Alan,

    I am really interested in joining this group, but before paying I would like to have some idea of when the course is going to start etc. Are you near your quota of people? and therefore if i sign up is the first workshop likely to be within the next month or could there be a wait of a few months etc? Thanks, Amanda

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