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5 Tips For New Therapists Taking On New Clients By Susannah Saunders

So you’re about to embark on a new career as a therapist. You’ve studied hard, put in the hours with case studies, you have the qualifications, and now you’re ready to start building a busy practice. This is the exciting part, to actually start seeing the results of your hard work, reaping the professional and […]

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So you’re about to embark on a new career as a therapist. You’ve studied hard, put in the hours with case studies, you have the qualifications, and now you’re ready to start building a busy practice. This is the exciting part, to actually start seeing the results of your hard work, reaping the professional and financial rewards. But as tempting as it may be to book in every client that comes your way, it’s important to check that your services will be in both your and their best interests… Susannah Saunders, a Clinical Hypnotherapist and Coach with over 20 years experience in child and adult mental heath at her private practice in London, shares her tips on what to look out for when taking on new clients.  Building a reputable practice starts with trust. Show clients that you are highly skilled, and that they are in safe hands, by paying…

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