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The cost of living crisis: it’s impact on your clients, your practice and you

No one can afford therapy now. 

Well, it seems that’s what everyone is saying - the news, current affairs programs, magazine type programs etc. Everyone is talking about it - the price of energy, fuel for the car, how much a supermarket shop has increased.

So let's explore the cost of living crisis: it's impact on your clients, your practice and you. 


There's no getting away from it, it's getting a lot more expensive to just do the basics these days. 

It's more expensive to run your car, your house and even buy food over the last few months.

But it's more than that - it’s said to be causing a mental health epidemic. 

So what is the impact of the cost of living crisis on your clients, your practice and you?

And more importantly, how can you manage it?

In this episode, I explore ideas to help you to carry on attracting clients and getting paid while also looking after yourself. 

I talk about:

  • How to help people that can't afford therapy
  • Working fortnightly instead of weekly
  • Recognising what's your responsibility and what's not
  • Some practical ways to help both clients and yourself.

So take a listen

Links to follow

Grab the 100th episode gift www.janetravis.co.uk/OMG100

Episode 32 5 Easy ways to give back to charity without working for free or a reduced fee, with Sophia Giblin

Setting up groups in private practice, with Tamara Howell and Sarah Dosanjh

Book recommendation: Time-limited therapy in a general practice setting: how to help within 6 sessions by Glyn Hudson Allez

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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.