Do you feel guilty about charging for therapy? with Jane Travis

066: Do you feel guilty about charging for therapy?

Did you ever feel a bit awkward about charging your clients to come to therapy? Maybe you give too many concessions or haven’t increased your prices in years. 

Or maybe ultimately you feel guilty for changing people that need help. 

Well if any of those sound familiar, then this is the episode for you as we’re taking a deep dive into this and I’ll offer you some practical solutions to move forward from this.

In this episode we explore:

  • The reasons we struggle with charging
  • How it might show up
  • The consequences for you
  • The truth about taking payments
  • What to do if you feel this way

Money mindset really is a totally fascinating yet massive subject. So I encourage you to do some personal development on this. It will help you personally, yes, but if you feel guilty about charging, it can be transformational for your business. 

And can you imagine if you didn't feel guilty about charging so everyone paid your going rate? What difference would that make to your life?

I really hope you enjoyed this and you start receiving a good income for the valuable, transformational and professional work you do. 


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About the Author Jane

Jane lives in beautiful Lincoln with her 2 boys and rescue dog. When she's not talking about herself in the third person, she's usually found with her feet up and eating Maltesers. Sometimes she even shares them with friends. Follow me on Instagram

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