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Is Case Mentoring Important in Homeopathic Practice?with John Millar and Kim Elia. John and Kim share how mentoring has been an important factor in their own successful practices.Watch Now
Being a homeopath can be a lonely experience, and in some instances that loneliness translates into decreased confidence and discouragement—sometimes to the point of quitting.
Standard medical doctors have supervised and lengthy residencies, but homeopaths take their hard-won diplomas and are expected to jump right into practice without any assistance. This challenging situation sometimes breaks rather than makes the graduate, but the good news is that mentorship and expert supervision are available. We are pleased to be able to offer homeopathic mentorship in the form of a 6-session course with Dr. John Millar. He will provide guidance in the form of shared case analysis, giving attendees new insights into why each case stalled and — more importantly — providing suggestions about how to move them forward. To be part of this exciting new course, just sign up and bring your cases!
As a homeopath with over three decades of clinical practice and many proven "tricks of the trade," Dr. Millar is uniquely qualified to help you gain both the confidence and the skills necessary to strengthen your practice. His expert counseling can transform your many hours of book learning into practical tools that will allow you to approach case taking with trust in the outcome. Whether you are a seasoned practitioner struggling with difficult cases, a beginner who can’t seem to get traction on any case, or a homeopathic student who has never taken a case, you will find this course to be of immense value in propelling your practice (or future practice) forward.
Cases must be submitted according to the template (provided once you enroll) by the 15th of each month to be considered for live presentation during the following session. Dr. Millar will review all submissions and select those he feels will be most instructive for the group. Submission of a case does not guarantee that it will be presented on the live session, but you may submit questions via the chat during the live session, and time permitting, Dr. Millar will address your questions.
NOTE: Due to patient confidentiality issues inherent in this course, all students will be required to sign a Confidentiality Agreement as part of the enrollment process.