Healing in Hospitals and Hospices

This workshop is open to all qualified healers. This unique two-day workshop provides practical skills and an understanding of how to deliver healing, reiki or energy therapy in a hospital or hospice. The workshop has been designed from the experiences of Angie and Graham Buxton-King who were employed as healers within University College London Hospital (UCLH) for 12 years. On completion of the workshop you will be able to: Identify and approach a statutory setting (NHS Hospital or Hospice). Be able to identify infection control issues. Understand the need to adapt your therapy within a formal setting. Understand professional boundaries and when referral is required to another member of the Multi-Discipline Team. Create a portfolio suitable to present to a hospital or hospice. Understand voluntary self-regulation and the structure of the NHS. Delivery methods: Discussion, healing practice, group work, All of the profits received by Angie from this workshop will go to support the continuing expansion of healers in hospitals and hospices via The Sam Buxton Sunflower Healing Trust. This workshop is accredited by the Sam Buxton Sunflower Healing Trust. The trust was created by Angie and Graham in 2006 to provide funds for hospitals and hospices to employ healers to work with cancer and end of life patients alongside conventional medicine. The charity was created as a living tribute to Angie's son Sam, who passed away on the 5th August 1998, age 10, from Leukaemia. Healing supported Sam through his journey.



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College of Psychic Studies
College of Psychic Studies - The College was founded in 1884 by a group of eminent scholars and scientists. Its purpose was to facilitate formal investigation into the psychic and mediumistic phenomena that were such a topic of debate in the Victorian era. With great courage, this group of distinguished people, some notable in science, others from within the ranks of the Anglican clergy, defied the prevailing canons of respectability in order to proclaim to a world of increasing materialism that human personality survives bodily death and that this is capable of demonstration.

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