In episode 51, Juliet and Clinton discuss how therapists with more experience can charge higher fees, the best way to add a second niche to one’s practice, and if Instagram is a useful platform for therapists.
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Questions Answered in Episode 51
In this episode we answered the following questions:
“For older, more experienced therapists in private practice, who have “earned” the right over time, with experience, to charge higher fees than people who are brand new to the field, how do we demand the fees that we are worth, without potential new clients being “scared off” by the fee and going to someone else, someone newer, who has lower fees because they are trying to get their clinical hours for licensure, or they are just less experienced?
How do we get paid what we are worth as more experienced clinicians, yet still stay competitive with the fees we quote new prospective clients?”
Doesn’t experience count for anything with new inquiries?
“I have a ‘niche’ but am thinking of adding another. How is the best way to display this on my website? Many thanks.”
“I have a Facebook page and am wondering if I need to be using other social media for my massage practice. I was wondering about using Instagram. Is this an effective way for a massage business to get more clients?”