Most naturopaths and Chinese herbalists work in private or group practice, so advancement frequently depends on their dedication to building up a client base. As an herbalist in private practice, you will need a general sense of how to run a successful business. You will need to promote your practice within the community and develop a network of contacts with conventional medical doctors or other alternative practitioners who may refer clients to you.
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