Rich Oswald - Therapist or Counselor

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My journey to a career in counseling started with auto mechanics, then completing Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering, working as a carpenter, then engineer, then handyman and finally professional counselor.

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  • Phone: 770-715-3602
  • Team: 78 Corridor
  • Introduced by Douglas Durham
  • Also Introduced by Geoffrey Horney
  • Joined on 10/07/2016


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What to DO to GET Referrals: Element: Initiative | Topic: Participation – Appropriate Referrals

In Counseling, revenue is generated by each session spent with a client. The number of sessions varies by each person. The average number of sessions is about 6. There is no way to tell how many sessions a person will come or how many sessions it will take to address their issues satisfactorily.
Since we did business slips are submitted each time a payment is received, the specific slip will record the most recent session. So, as sessions accumulate, the checkbox can be changed at some arbitrary point. But, my objective in helping people is to work myself out of a job with them. So I want to get them healthy, not keep them coming in. Repeat business from someone is not an objective in this business. There needs to be a continual flow of new clients to sustain revenue. Increased revenue correlates to increased amount of new clients.

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We work to provide lasting positive change in individuals and their relationships. This is done by addressing and healing any underlying issues and coaching them to better self-worth, more solid identity and healthier relationship skills.

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