Become a Beyond Divorce Facilitator
Earn Good Money While Helping Others
How much money can you make?
Depending on your area of the country or world, you can earn somewhere between $500 and $800 per person. A class of 10 people x $600= $6,000. You can easily teach 4 classes a year. With 10 participants in each of the 4 classes you will earn $24,000 in the year. Teaching those same 4 classes with 15 participants in each class brings in $36,000 for the time commitment (once you have things in place) of about 5-7 hours a week. This is very doable once your referral network is set up. Your facilitator training includes the how to’s of setting up a referral network.
Participants are usually hungry for additional information and community after completing their Beyond Divorce program. This means there additional opportunity for income through add on programs such as dating after divorce, letting go, purpose discovery and more. We can discuss ideas for those after you master teaching this one.
How will you find the people who need you?
A brief marketing section is provided with your training. I will help you design a simple website, supply you with a branded business card, and provide you with templates I’ve used to contact attorneys and other professionals to gain their referrals. Attorneys appreciate a place to refer so they can stay at the task in hand and leave you to the emotional issues.
Receive a steady stream of referrals from:
- Divorce attorneys
- Friends and family of divorcing individuals
- Attendees of your Beyond Divorce programs
Attorneys, mediators and financial advisors want to take care of business, not tend to emotional matters. Friends and family want their loved ones whole and happy. Therapists know that group work will help their clients more than they can help them individually. All these professionals are glad to refer their clients to you. Once you have some happy alumni they will do some legwork for you. People get better fast and they are glad to tell others of their experience.
Attorney Todd McMillen says:
Jeannine’s grasp of the emotional experience of divorce makes her a vital resource for anyone undergoing major transformation in their primary relationship.
Therapist Heather Leavesley shares:
I have referred numerous clients to Jeannine over the years and continue to send people to her classes. I can always trust that Jeannine’s wisdom and compassion, along with the divorce recovery class she has developed will provide the guidance and support people need so badly during the difficult times of separation and divorce.
If you feel called or drawn to becoming a facilitator of this work let’s talk. Contact me by email to set up a time. When you contact me I will send you a link to an additional page that has all the specifics about the training as to what is included, costs, structure and more.