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Western herbal medicine practitioner

Develop holistic health plans based in the science of herbal medicine for your clients. As a Western herbal medicine practitioner, you could enter private practice, work in a health retreat or spa, or from a multimodality clinic with other health care practitioners. You will assess and develop treatment plans for your clients incorporating health science and the therapeutics of medicinal plants to treat the underlying symptoms of a wide variety of health complaints.

Western herbal medicine educator

Teach the next generation of natural health practitioners. There are many opportunities for qualified naturopaths to work in education. You could write the curriculum, present lectures and workshops, or guide students through their education as a supervisor.

Western herbal medicine researcher

Contribute to new knowledge in the natural health field. Conduct research that informs advancements in the field. Whether you’re working in a laboratory or in health sociology, holistic health research is vital to the industry and improving outcomes for patients.

Product developer

Create the natural health products that help people improve their lives. You could work for natural health companies, using your specialist knowledge to develop products for the public and other practitioners to use. Or you could even create your own line of natural health products.

Practitioner consultant to industry

Establish yourself as a corporate health provider. Companies and employers are becoming aware of the benefits of a holistic approach to health – and many of them are hiring qualified health practitioners to provide wellness services and individual consultations to their employees.
Develop holistic health plans based in the science of herbal medicine for your clients. As a Western herbal medicine practitioner, you could enter private practice, work in a health retreat or spa, or from a multimodality clinic with other health care practitioners. You will assess and develop treatment plans for your clients incorporating health science and the therapeutics of medicinal plants to treat the underlying symptoms of a wide variety of health complaints.
Teach the next generation of natural health practitioners. There are many opportunities for qualified naturopaths to work in education. You could write the curriculum, present lectures and workshops, or guide students through their education as a supervisor.
Contribute to new knowledge in the natural health field. Conduct research that informs advancements in the field. Whether you’re working in a laboratory or in health sociology, holistic health research is vital to the industry and improving outcomes for patients.
Create the natural health products that help people improve their lives. You could work for natural health companies, using your specialist knowledge to develop products for the public and other practitioners to use. Or you could even create your own line of natural health products.
Establish yourself as a corporate health provider. Companies and employers are becoming aware of the benefits of a holistic approach to health – and many of them are hiring qualified health practitioners to provide wellness services and individual consultations to their employees.