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Boost Your Confidence
Convert More Clients
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Master the Initial Call &
Fill Your Practice With Clients You LOVE
The Client Converting Call Script is backed by sales science and based on our years of experience helping therapists grow their businesses.
This guide is designed to help you master the crucial first interaction so you can start building strong relationships with potential clients right away.
With the help of the Client Converting Call Script, you'll be able to screen your potential clients while they screen you to ensure they are a good fit for you and vice versa. When you attract your ideal clients, they are more likely to pay your full fee instead of going through insurance because you're the best person to help them reach their goals.
Great news... this step-by-step script can also be used by your intake coordinator or virtual assistant.
Why Use A Call Script
Avoid the pitfalls that leave you feeling desperate, stressed out, and frustrated
Know how to answer tricky questions and keep the conversation moving
Confidently state your full fee and stick to it
Get clients to commit to taking the next step and securing them on your schedule
Work with clients you love and make a greater impact
Complete calls within a reasonable amount of time
Are you looking for a client-converting call script that will help you avoid the pitfalls of the intake call, so you can feel more confident and book more ideal clients?
If so, this is the call script for you. It's based on proven sales and marketing strategies that have been used by hundreds of therapists just like you.
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"Incredible resource for getting clients from inquiry to first session. The plan will leave you feeling more confident with what to say and why it’s important. The first call sets the tone for what clients can expect if you decide to work with them. I cannot recommend the call script enough. I keep it printed so I can follow it when I’m responding to intake calls."
~Josh Kellar, LPC