Dear Fellow Helping Professional,
Every person has at least some information or interest in information that they can profitably share with others.
Yours is the therapeutic knowledge that has helped many people in your practice.
When you sell your expertise in the form of a course, an online program, treatment manual, book or ultimately one-on-one or group therapy, you get paid to talk about stuff that drives your passion - helping others.
We all have interventions and ways of helping that we are good at and there are more passive versions of selling your expertise than active ones.
My name is Scott Kixmiller.
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist and Certified Clinical Supervisor. I have been active in the addictions and mental health field for ten years and have hit a ceiling. I love what I do but I realized I could not make more money in my practice unless I made some changes.
And I was beginning to feel really burned out...
I had to think outside of the box!
Everybody is an expert (or "expert enough") in at least one body of knowledge. It doesn't matter what it is.
Maybe you know some special interventions for treating depression, anxiety, or other disorder.
Maybe you have your own CBT program that you use in your practice but would love to get it out to more people.
Maybe you are up for writing your own book?
We all want clients that are willing to pay CASH for our services!!
You might have other ideas you would like to use in your practice but, The Insurance Companies Won't Pay for Them!
Regardless of who you're dealing with, everybody has at least one area of expertise.
Since this is the case, did you know that many people will actually pay out of pocket for your skill-set?
Thank you so much for taking the time to take a look at this extremely limited offer that has the potential to help you increase your chances of building a practice that does not rely on insurance companies to pay you for your services and gives you the ability to have the clients YOU want!
Yours in service to others,
Scott Kixmiller, LCSW, LCAS, CCS
PS - I’ve compiled some of the most frequently asked questions about the guide that will show you how to plan for success!