What Does It Take to be a Successful Practitioner – September 27th, 2015
Nutritional Endocrinology Practitioner Training (NEPT)
September 27th, 2015
What Does It Take to be a Successful Practitioner?
I know you strive to be the very best you can be and help LOTS of people. So do I.
Sometimes we get caught up in all the technical, clinical details and forget that the relationship you develop with your client can be the most therapeutic part of the time you spend together.
In order to succeed, I believe you need 3 things:
#1: Attention to your own health and self-care. You want to be a role model for your clients. This is why we give you access to all of our client programs. Participate and take care of YOU!
#2: Clinical expertise. This is the foundation of NEPT. You learn all about how the body works; how nutrients affect hormones, organs, and overall proper functioning; how to assess; and how to approach client challenges from the mundane to the very complex. The core modules (36 of them in Mastery, 12 in Foundations) provide all this and more. The coaching calls give you the cases and the intricacies to become masterful here. The Advanced Clinical Resources (ACR) guests provide a wider range of clinical experience.
#3: Business and marketing skills. If you are the best practitioner in the world and no one knows about you, you will not be successful. We have the Practice Building Success System (PBSS) to help you here through a series of webinars from me to recorded and live presentations from industry leaders in conscious business marketing and promotion.
We’ll be reorganizing the call structure a bit after SHINE, and I am so excited to share.
In the meantime, show up, ask questions if you have them, and just absorb it all. After much repetition, you WILL master it.
Congratulations to Phyllis Heffner, MD, a child psychologist who is breaking free of the institution model and setting up a private practice to help kids in a holistic way. Her office opens in October, and she already has 2 new clients she is working with. We are the future of medicine. Thanks, Phyllis, for being brave and stepping into your calling.