If you are accepted into the 6-figure Roadmap Program, here’s how it will work:
First, we’ll get on the phone together and go over what you’ve already got: • What type of practice do you have? • How are you currently attracting clients? • What practice-building strategies do you have in place? • What do you want to achieve moving forward?
Second, I’ll hand-select one of my premier training programs for you. You’ll get immediate access so you can develop the skills you need to build your dream practice.
Third, you’ll spend three hours (in person or online) with me doing a ‘Private Intensive’. During this time, we’ll map out your practice-building blue-print, which includes: 1. Your top 3 immediate ways to generate more income. (I call these your fastest paths to cash.) 2. A complete revenue model, which includes a specific plan to reach your financial goals. (If you’ve fallen short of your goals in the past, you NEED this!) 3. Building your “value ladder”. (Most therapists never earn 6-figures because they don’t have this piece.)
Fourth, after your blueprint is complete, you’ll join a Mastermind group that meets six times over the 90 days. You’ll have a chance to work with other successful therapists who are also building their practices. During our phone meetings, you’ll get feedback, share your success, and learn from the experiences of others.
Fifth, you get direct access to me and ongoing support for the entire program. This means whatever you need, I’m here for you. We use a private Facebook group that allows us to chat with each other whenever you need. You’ll never be “out there on your own” while you’re in the program.
Jennifer is a brilliant coach. She is extremely knowledgeable and supportive. I would recommend Jennifer in a heartbeat. I am realizing my dream and Jennifer is walking with me on the journey to make it happen.
We reached out to Jennifer at a time that our practice was experiencing growing pains, a lack of vision for our marketing plan and growth. Jennifer was extremely helpful to us. We cannot thank her enough for all the valuable information she provided and for the supportive manner in which she provided it.