The current national situation continues to produce a sense of frustration for many people. Providing appropriate support for our clients is crucial as it can make all the difference for people who may be struggling this year.
We’ve mentioned before the importance of keeping your social media feeds updated as this can be a good opportunity not only for people to ‘meet’ the ‘real you’ but also to see an upbeat and informative message from the comfort of their lounge.
Using your phone, laptop or tablet to record a short ‘piece to camera’ means viewers have the chance to get to ‘know, like and trust’ you.
All three are crucial ingredients for building rapport. It might be that you provide a brief ‘elevator pitch’ which lasts a minute and details how you can help someone.
It could make a real difference. And, who knows? It might help to spark some all-important serotonin production for the viewer and, of course, yourself as well!
As the nation continues to experience local lockdowns, it’s important that we continue to adhere to the official advice provided by the government (and also keep up to date on any changes which are introduced).
You can read all the latest regarding Covid 19 on the gov.uk website:
There is a lot of informative content on here and it’s certainly worth putting aside a bit of time to read through it.
Likewise, you may also wish to talk with your insurer if you feel it appropriate to do so.
For members who are continuing to shield themselves (or who are part of local lockdowns) and, as such, are currently seeing clients remotely then don’t forget to check their phone is working before the start of your session.
It’s also worth focusing on providing positive action and interaction to help counter feelings of anxiety which may extend to the use of technology and hypnotherapy can certainly help in these areas.
Simple helpful steps can include providing a brief, friendly explanation on how your remote platform of choice works which you may wish to include with an appointment confirmation email.
And, if you use Zoom, it’s also a good opportunity to include an ‘invite link’ which your client can simply click on at the start of the appointment.