New Patient Success Kit

Being the new anything is hard. The new kid in class. The new member of the team. Or, God forbid, the uncoordinated newbie at yoga class.

Now imagine the new patient who walks through your door. They have a lot to learn, and you, being the excellent holistic practitioner that you are, want to help them learn it. But you don’t have to do it alone.

The big decision makers here at SRP have created a bundle of resources with one lofty goal in mind: to help holistic practitioners help their new patients. No easy task when you consider the incredible range of books and media on offer at SRP, but done it they have. Introducing this month’s Product Spotlight: the New Patient Success Kit.

A great welcome gift for your new clients (or a light refresher course for existing ones), think of this kit as a versatile lifeline that will improve patient outcomes, increase visits, and entice testimonials.

Are you ready to see what’s in it?

Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is!

The revised and expanded edition of Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is! by Stephanie Selene Anderson covers everything there is to know about healthy food shopping. Scratch that—it covers all there is to know about healthy everything shopping.

How do you knowledgably buy fish? What’s up with nuts? Is pasteurization bad? Is raw milk good? The answers are here, along with a deep dive into household cleaning products and a serious discussion of stuff you put on your face.

Featuring the take no prisoners voice of SRP’s editor in chief, this guide is packed with facts and paced for speed. And dare we say, it’s a fun read? In the words of Dr. Michael Gaeta, it’s “the real deal for real food.”

Why Your Doctor Offers Nutritional Supplements

Stephanie Anderson is a busy woman, but not too busy to publish her fourth edition of Why Your Doctor Offers Nutritional Supplements, with an expanded Appendix and an extensive list of timely resources.

The inclusion of Why Your Doctor in our kit was a no-brainer. After all, it’s a godsend for practitioners who’ve been asked “Why?” too many times to count. Why do I need nutritional supplements? Why isn’t my diet enough? Why do I even bother buying organic produce?

Practitioners, before you answer with a sigh that you offer nutritional supplements because your patients really, really need them, instead offer them this deeply informed guide to nutrition and health that leaves no question unanswered. It’s that best of resources, a slim book that can make a big difference (while also making your job just a little easier).

Trophia: Simple Steps to Everyday Self-Health

The premier issue of Trophia magazine from SRP features all-time highlights from the popular “Adventures of a Self-Healther” blog of Paula Widish.

Quite simply, this kit wouldn’t be complete without Paula’s proven blueprint for building on the touchstones of a good life: food, family, health, and home. Every page brims with her self-health mastery, warm humor, and heartfelt wisdom. Putting Trophia: Simple Steps to Everyday Self-Health into the hands of your patients will guide them on a gentle path to a healthier lifestyle. And they will thank you for it.

There you have it. Practitioners, you know better than most that we get one life to live and one body to live it. But sometimes an unexpected diagnosis strikes like lightning. A chronic disease that’s been hiding for years makes itself known. Or—because we are human and mistakes are made—we create our own poor health.

These are the patients who need you the most, the ones who are overwhelmed by all the things they never learned before. You are uniquely equipped to help them navigate the world of superior health for the first time, and SRP is uniquely equipped to help you do it.

The New Patient Success Kit is available in bulk quantities of ten or more for $25. Discount applied automatically at checkout.

One final note to all the new kids out there: if you are a new practitioner, we invite you to start soaking up the powerhouse of knowledge stored in the SRP Historical Archives. And don’t forget to subscribe to the SRP newsletter—sign up on our homepage today.

Heather Wilkinson

Heather Wilkinson is the Archives Editor for Selene River Press.

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