You are called to be a therapist. Are you also called to poverty? Be a Wealthy Therapist is not about being greedy or about selling yourself – it s about being the therapist you were meant to be while earning a good and honest living doing so. You worked hard to get here. You deserve

You are called to be a therapist. Are you also called to poverty? Be a Wealthy Therapist is not about being greedy or about selling yourself – it s about being the therapist you were meant to be while earning a good and honest living doing so. You worked hard to get here. You deserve to be paid well for what you do. In fact the definition Wealthy Therapist is one who wakes up at least 6 days out of 7, happy to be doing this important work with fabulous clients he or she adores (and being paid well for it.). You worked hard to get here. You deserve to paid well for all that you do. Read this book and join with other therapists who declare: No longer is it okay to have managed care be in charge of our practices. No longer will we volunteer to be among the lowest paid health care professionals This 341-Page Soft Cover Book Will Reveal To You: Why therapists are among the lowest paid healthcare professionals. How not addressing old issues with money can keep you poor. How to change how you think about your worthiness to earn a good living. How to use your unique personality to build your practice – even if you are a total introvert! What to put on a Top-Banana Website. How to answer the question “Do you take insurance?” How to move from having a “hobby” practice to a business practice. Also, inside this book you will discover: Your 7-Point Plan to Improve Your Relationship with Money The 4 Marketing Personality Types – find yours! The Marketing Buffet: 17 tasty treats to sample as you market your practice Be a Wealthy Therapist is the practice-building bible you should have received when they handed you your diploma. For once and for all, crack the code on how you can make a living while making a difference.

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Bethany says:

Fluff This book was a huge disappointment. It reads more like a self-help book than a business book. About a third of the book is dedicated to convincing you that you DESERVE more money. And then she pitches an additional program you can buy from her (classic infomercial-style with CDs etc.). I was so angry. I thought I was purchasing a book on the topic promised, not an advertisement for a product.My worst Amazon purchase so far.

Robin says:

Insultingly insipid Filled with new-age aphorisms, pages wasted with large writing containing said aphorisms…I am afraid that the reviewers above must be friends with the author.I can’t even get through this book. Someone with a graduate degree will have trouble settling into the fourth-grade level discourse.It will be leaving my shelves ASAP.A better choice, though not perfect, is Building Your Ideal Private Practice.

Michael L. Miller "drmikemiller.com" says:

Mike Miller, PhD [..] A well written book with a lot of good marketing ideas. It is an easy read. As stated in another review, you will get the most out of this by doing the exercises. The push is generally for therapists to move toward a cash practice and get off insurance panels. While this will be more profitable and fewer reimbursement headaches if you can generate and keep enough clients, I’m not totally comfortable with an implication (to me, anyway), that doing so is “purer” work and more…

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