Becoming a Complementary Therapist: How to Start a Career in the New Caring Professions
This self-help guide examines the personal qualities needed to become a successful complementary therapist. It discusses how to go about picking the therapy that is best suited to your own personal ability and tells you what training is required.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
List of illustrations
Consultation and teaching therapies
Visiting your clients
Promoting your practice
Consolidating your practice
University courses in complementary medicine
A-levels able academic acupuncture acupuncturist advertise Alexander Technique anatomy and physiology apply aromatherapy Ayurvedic Bates Method become body Bowen Technique British BSc(Hons career Centre chakras Chinese Medicine chiropractic clients clinical College colour therapy complementary health complementary medicine Complementary Practitioners complementary therapies Craniosacral therapy crystal healing decided developed Devon diploma effective Email emotional energy Entry requirements essential oils Exeter experience full-time give Health Sciences herbal medicine Herbalists herbs holistic homoeopathy hospitals hypnosis hypnotherapy Iridology kinesiology Length of course London massage therapist meridians naturopathy nutritional therapy offer Osteopathic Council osteopathy part-time patients physical postgraduate courses practice management problems profession professional association reflexology Reiki relaxation remedies Road session Shiatsu skills specialise syllabus typically includes teachers teaching Tel/fax treatment room Tuition tutors Umbrella organisation University usually vibrational medicine week yoga Zero Balancing