How to Avoid That Awkward Conversation When You Don't Accept Insurance

Do you ever have a little internal freak-out when a potential client asks if you accept their insurance?

If you’re anything like a lot of my clients, that’s when your confidence as a practitioner flies right out the window. Suddenly you’re tempted to doubt your skills, apologize for your rates, or heck - see them for free if you have to  - just to keep from losing them.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. Promise.

In this week’s must watch video, I’ll walk you through EXACTLY what to say and do when you get that awkward question: “Do you take my insurance?” (Especially, if your answer’s no!)

And you’ll find not only that the conversation flows easily and naturally, but there’s a good chance you’ll get a new client!

(Got a free download for you too!)

By standing in your value, owning your offer, and focusing on service, both you AND your clients will feel good about working together.

And don’t worry, Friend, this little SOS model gets easier with practice. That’s why I created a special, free cheat sheet to help you get started.

Click here to download your own copy of a template you can use right away. This will help you craft your own script, so you, too, will be ready to handle that conversation with ease, and grace. No more awkward conversations about insurance or payment.

And THEN, my challenge for you this week — if you choose to accept it :) —  is to take just 10 minutes a day to begin mapping out your script and crafting your own SOS model.

And I’d love to hear how it goes! You could hit reply and let me know.

Or, better yet, join my Facebook community where you’ll find a chance to talk to me LIVE about this and more. (Now that could be fun, don’t you think?)

You can do this, y’all. It’s just another skill to learn.

So try it. And let me know how it goes. :)

P.S. Again, don’t forget to download the free template that will help you craft a perfect script so you’ll know exactly how you want to answer that question too!


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