It's kind of funny that the older I get, the less confidence I have at times when I'd have been untouchable in my earlier years. I'm giving a webinar for NHPCO (the National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization) and got nervous today when told there were close to 100 sites signed up. Immediately I worried about what questions I might be asked at the end of the presentation and whether or not I'd have the answers. Perhaps the more you love something, the more you want to be perfect at it? Who knows? Anyway, I'll be speaking about setting up an aromatherapy program in hospice, the evidence-based studies that show essential oils work, what to look for in a trained aromatherapist and what to do if you don't already have a trained professional in your organization. Wish me luck.
One advantage of working in hospice is that I get to play with all the therapy dogs. This is Asher, a Corgi.