A new innovative workshop: How to get a steady stream of EMDR clients


With your left hand, indicate how much you can help people. Hold it low if your skill level is poor, toward the middle if you have average skills, higher if you have good skills, and at the top if your skills are excellent. While keeping your left hand in place, indicate with your right hand the current success level of your private practice. Again, aim low if your results are poor, toward the middle to indicate average results, higher if you have good results, and at the top if your results are excellent. Now, look at both hands. Do you see a gap? Most therapists do. This workshop is especially designed to provide you with the basic knowledge you need to close that gap by answering the following questions:

• What unique challenges do we – as EMDR therapists – face when it comes to establishing and maintaining a growing practice? 9 / 3 1 F r iday | V e ndr edi • What do you need to do instead of random acts?
• Where are you wasting your efforts by marketing in the wrong places?
• What kind of messages do you need to include in your communications?
• What is the only way to think about price – and how should you respond when someone says your fees are “too expensive”?
• What is the hidden cost that drains your cash flow by at least thousands of dollars each year?
• How do you make sure that you maintain a steady and reliable stream of new clients instead of working with a sporadic caseload level?
• How do you establish a nurturing process to ensure that people come to you once they are ready to start?
• What is the difference between marketing, sales and advertising – and how can you use this difference for your benefit?
• What is the best shortcut you can use to get more leads and more referrals when it comes to EMDR? This workshop presents essential information and techniques on both principles and strategies, and it also includes real life examples from my nationwide chain of EMDR clinics.






Tal Croitoru

Original Work Citation

Croitoru, T. (2015, April). A new innovative workshop: How to get a steady stream of EMDR clients. Presentation at the EMDR Canada Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC



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