Free Learning Series Reveals:

“The ONE Strategy That Helped Busy Private Practitioners Generate an Additional Hundreds to Thousands of Dollars of Passive Income Per Month – without seeing more clients!”

(It is so simple but this one strategy gives therapists the opportunity to serve more people, have paid time off and generate income when they are away from the office!)

Dear Therapist Colleague,

After building their practices to full capacity, some therapists were wondering, “What do I do when my phone keeps ringing with new referrals?” They stumbled upon a strategy that used their reputation in the community to generate between an additional $100,000 to 1.4 million dollars in income each year.

It actually started quite simply. Instead of referring those new clients to other practices, they brought in another clinician to take the overflow. And they received part of the fee from the new clinician as payment for marketing, space and the systems to run the practice. Income started streaming into these practices and soon additional clinicians were invited in which generated more passive revenue for the practice owners!

In this FREE, powerpoint-video learning series, you’ll discover:

  • Exactly what these therapists are doing to generate an additional $10K+ per month!
  • 7 different keys to success when adding new clinicians to your practice
  • The 6 specific steps to getting started
  • A list of 5 essential systems you need to manage your practice easily

Since I saw the financial and community impact of adding clinicians to a therapy practice, I came out of retirement and opened my own center in California. This is the BEST strategy I know to create ongoing, sustainable, passive revenue using the credibility and visibility you already have and I look forward to sharing with you exactly how to do it!

Enter your name and email in the box below, click the “Sign me up!” button, and I’ll see you inside!

Love and blessings,
Casey

P.S. Many therapists have found their income and their reach capped when their practice is full. I have seen firsthand it doesn’t have to be this way. Let me show you what works, what doesn’t and how to simplify the process so you can do it too!

I’m so happy you’ll be joining me!

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