I’ve just received an email telling me that I am Best Marriage & Relationship Counsellor 2019, funny that as I don’t advertise or tend to work with couples – although I can see that as a good therapist the relationship I have with my clients is key.
This is unsolicited and I have not been nominated by, or voted for by my clients – who I would think would be best placed to give me that accolade . . .
or perhaps my Supervisor – and it’s not them.
Year after year I get these ‘awards’. They are nothing but a money generation scheme used by, in this case, the awards coordinator at gbusinessinsight.com.
I am invited to spend from £295 for a plaque or crystal trophy to £3750 (all plus VAT and P&P) to celebrate my award.
I have been nominated for business awards, which was at no cost to me.
This practise, I found is known as a Vanity Award in America, makes me really cross because if we are new to business we could get drawn in to spending our hard earned marketing budget on a worthless trophy.
Please don’t and rant over
The common problem therapists talk to me about are their tricky payment challenges.
In my video, the 3 biggest payment mistakes therapists make and how to avoid them I cover the the ones that occur most frequently, suggest options for you to try and share some of my own experiences.
As well as watching the video, you can have a free copy of my checklist, 5 top tips for tricky payment situations to help with your flourishing private practice. To get yours, pop your details below:
And do let me know if it doesn’t happen,
I have worked with many Therapists over the last few years, and realised that certain common themes re-occur when it comes to running their Private Practice.
Through Abundant Therapy Coaching I’m going to share tips and ideas to help make running a business easier, so that you can focus on what you love – helping clients.
I need your help please – would you take a couple of minutes to complete my survey here
So that I know what challenges you have in your business
Welcome to the beginning of an exciting project for me – providing ethical, compassionate professional business support to therapists so that they can enjoy an abundant practice whilst supporting clients.