How One Therapist Turned Her Business Around

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Here’s a beautiful before and after story.


A few months ago, Ellie Vargas lacked focus in her business. She felt as if she was making it up as she went along. She was doing what a lot of therapists do: providing excellent therapy and neglecting the business side of her practice.


Listen in on my brief chat with Ellie about the changes she made while participating in the Superpower Method For Therapists® Program. She talks about:

  • Laying a solid foundation for her business
  • Learning to articulate what’s unique about her as a therapist
  • Getting strategic about her networking
  • Developing an entrepreneurial mindset
  • Getting more calls than ever before this month



Ellie’s "before" scenario is really common. If you’re lacking focus and making it up as you go along, you’re SO not alone. Let’s look at why this happens to so many awesome therapists.


Why do so many therapists (like you) lack focus for the business side of private practice?


You don't know what to do. 

You weren’t taught the basics of business and marketing in your graduate program. When you don't know the steps to building your business, you can feel scattered and ineffective.   

You don't nurture your inner entrepreneur. 

When you start a private practice, you’re suddenly an entrepreneur. Developing an entrepreneurial mindset is as important as learning business skills. Your inner entrepreneur can give you the resilience and vision to work through the ups and downs of owning your own business.

You don't have time. 

Creating a solid business and marketing your practice often fall to the end of your to-do list. Clients come first. Then there’s paperwork. Then there’s your personal life! If there’s no due date attached to it, you sometimes just don’t do it.


My Superpower Method For Therapists® Program is designed to help you get to the other side of all of this.


You'll know how to build and maintain a solid business. 

I’ll guide you to create a plan tailored to your strengths and the needs of the clients you work best with.

You'll tap into your inner entrepreneur. 

The exercises in this program are designed to help you get creative about your business and try out new possibilities.

You'll set aside the time for 14 weeks. 

This program is set up with deadlines every two weeks. Many participants have found that the structure and accountability helped them get more done than they thought they could. Signing up for the program is a commitment to yourself and your business. As Ellie said, “I wasn’t going to squander this investment,” and she sure didn’t.


Registration for this program opens up on Tuesday, January 24th. Sign up below and we'll remind you when it's time. 

Check out Ellie’s wonderful site,