Sarah and guests share insights and information about a range of topics relating to routes to healing including interviews with students at various stages of their course progress.
When I first started in complementary health, the college I trained at pushed students towards being a member of the FHT, The Federation of Holistic Therapists. We were told that being a member of the FHT, would ensure the public that you were a bona fide practitioner and that could help you get clients. One slight problem, the public had never heard of them.
They claim to be the largest professional body representing therapists, this is fine, except so do many other professional bodies and there are so many.
Just what is a practitioner to do and what does it mean for them anyway?
Sarah talks about her path into integrative health and putting together the courses she teaches with her business partner Caroline.
Before you sign up for any of the courses, make sure to experience the therapies for yourself, perhaps with one of the previous students. You could also use that opportunity to ask what they thought about the course.
Qualifications are professional and insured, but how you practice afterwards is up to you, whether you want to practice professionally or just help those around you.