Healers, do what you love!
Help those who need to find you. Grow your business so you can make a difference.
Build My Healing Business:
Business Coaching & Courses for Healing Practitioners
Starting and growing a business is not easy. This is particularly true for those called to work as nurses, care givers and healers. It just does not come intuitively for most of us.
My mission is to help 300 Practitioners this next year grow meaningful, profitable businesses that help you reach the clients already searching for you and to serve them with your unique talents and gifts. I'm excited to thing about how many more people we can help by working together.
Are you a candidate?
There are so many details and so many paths to consider. Some will waste your time and others will cost more money than you need to spend. What I have come to understand is that running a successful business is something that can be learned.
If this resonates with you and you're already certified in a healing modality, then I'd like to offer you an opportunity to learn how to manage and grow your business while avoiding many of the pitfalls.
I blossomed under Allison's care
Every now and then, someone comes along who makes a difference in your life. For me, this person is Allison Johnson. I met her when I was going through Healers Library Mentorship program. Thankfully, Allison was assigned to me as a mentor. Dr. Nelson found her skills as a practitioner and a business woman invaluable and asked that she help new practitioners develop their skills as well.
From the beginning, I felt connected to Allison. She made an effort to know and understand me as a person, a business woman, and as a practitioner. She walked beside me during the Mentorship program answering questions, giving guidance and direction, and releasing negative energies and imbalances all along the way.
Allison’s skills as a practitioner are top notch. Under her care, I was able to blossom. She was always generous in teaching her skills, she's generous with her business knowledge, and I found her advice, encouragement, and guidance invaluable in starting my own successful practice.
Anyone wanting to work with a skilled practitioner or business coach can be confident that Allison will be the perfect fit. She'll walk beside you on your journey and will be generous with her talents. I am thankful to Allison every day!
Dana Engdahl, CECP/CBCP
My path to becoming a Healer
I became an Energy Healing Practitioner 4 years ago. At the time, I had a very good job working with people I enjoyed at a company I respected doing a job that stimulated me mentally and that supported me financially. I wasn't looking for a new income source. But it found me.
Previously, I'd tried other entrepreneurial ventures and several times I felt like I failed. Yet now I can see those experiences were building blocks that were the foundation helping me get where I am today.
In early 2012, I attended a webinar where Dr. Bradley Nelson spoke about The Emotion Code. I was so intrigued. It was as if all the things I’d learned previously were coming together in this modality. I immediately started learning and applying what I was taught.
What really made a difference that spring was 3 very unique, remarkable and separate events took place. I felt as if the Universe was saying, "Allison, this healing work is your calling." That realization was such a powerful moment.
More amazing things happened while I was going through my certification and miraculous events took place to bring in more than enough clients to complete my certification in record time.
Once certified, I was seeing a lot of clients while working full time. The results they were seeing was the mojo I needed to sustain my energy as I continued to work full time in my very demanding job doing sessions in the evenings and on weekends.
As my practice continued, I created processes and systems that helped me work with my clients. At the time there was no training for how to set up a business so I had to figure a lot of it out myself which was definitely not the easiest way to get things done.
The most important thing I did to help me move from my day job to working in my healing practice full time was to find people doing what I wanted to do and to follow their lead.
In the summer of 2013, I became a Coaching Program student of Dr. Brad's along with about 20 others. For a year, I learned the in's and out's of starting a healing practice.
The opportunity to learn from Dr. Brad and his team was incredibly helpful in boosting my confidence and in helping me understand the business of healing in a whole new way.
When the year ended, I was offered the opportunity to become a coaching Mentor for the next group of students seeking business training from Healers Library. For the past two years, I've been working in that capacity.
One of my responsibilities was to do an intensive review of a student's business then help them move forward in areas where they were stuck or just needed another perspective to move forward. It was through this process that I came to realize that I wanted to become a coach and teach others what I've learned.
No matter what level of experience one can obtain, there are still new heights to reach. I'm committed to my own personal and professional growth. I've definitely seen the rewards of implementing what I've learned.
To that end, I've hired coaches to continue my development. My first coach helped me recognize and gain the courage to leave my day job. I wasn't prepared to take that leap of faith on my own.
I recently began working with a wonderful coach who's helping me see new vistas and opportunities as well as getting clarity on which opportunities align with my goals and dreams, and how to pursue them effectively. I know I couldn't have gotten this far successfully on my own.
That's what being coached and mentored is all about. It's learning about how to get from where you are to where you want to go from someone who’s not only been where you want to go, but developed successful tools and strategies that will help you to shorten your time learning, experimenting, and feeling frustrated and alone.