By John Hamwee
Trade paperback book
An invaluable guide for anyone beginning a career in acupuncture, this book offers a unique and supportive insight into the challenges and the pitfalls that the novice acupuncturist is likely to encounter, and provides encouragement and down-to-earth ideas for tackling them. The book addresses styles of working, common mistakes, confidence with patients, becoming a better practitioner, and how to think about success and failure in the treatment room.
Praise for Acupuncture for New Practitioners
“This is a thoughtful, practical and inspirational guide addressing many of the common issues that arise in the first years of practice… How I wish it had been available to me in my early days of practice!”
-Alison Gould, acupuncturist and Accreditation Officer for the British Acupuncture Accreditation Board
“[The author] provides a pathway for fostering compassion, competence and confidence, and for transforming knowledge and skill into wisdom. This book will prove invaluable not only for new practitoners but also for those of us with decades of experience.”
-Eugene London, DAOM, Dipl.Ac. (NCCAOM). L.Ac.
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