Live Consulting with Anisha Shah: How Can I Take My Practice to an International Level? | PoP 531

Are you a traveling or an aspiring traveler therapist? How can you create a self-sustaining business from a day-to-day job? What can a passive income do for the growth and capabilities of your practice?

In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok does a live consulting call with Anisha Shah about how she can take her practice to an international level.

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Meet Anisha Shah

Anisha Shah, LPC-S has been in private practice for over 12 years Inspiring Hope, Healing, Happiness through Individual, Marriage, and Family Counseling! Her diverse education and clinical experience add depth to her therapeutic practice.

She is very passionate about helping those who are in an emotional crisis by encouraging them to make changes that are effective and easy to apply in their daily life. She enables her clients to connect with tools and strategies to overcome Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Anger, Rebuild Broken Relationships, and much more.

Anisha has been invited as a guest speaker on Radio Shows and Podcast to discuss topics related to mental health and counseling, conducted Educational Parenting Presentations and Workshops in the community as well as she is an active participant in attending workshops and trainings to keep her informed and expand her ongoing knowledge and expertise in the growing field!

Visit her website, connect on Facebook.

In This Podcast


  • Get in touch with an attorney
  • Look for clients who are comfortable with non-traditional hours
  • Research opportunities for passive income and gaps in the market

Get in touch with an attorney

This can be someone in your state, not necessarily from your town, but someone who understands mental health law. This expertise can guide you in your decision making because they can lay down the protocols for you.

Look for clients who are comfortable with non-traditional hours

If you are operating internationally, it will be easier for you and your clients if you are both reasonably flexible with hours.

It might become difficult to meet with them in the hours when you usually had sessions, therefore creating systems with clients where they are comfortable to meet with you at different times will make this transition easier.

Think about whether you would like to work earlier in the morning or later in the evening because these times will coincide with either their morning or evening hours on the other side of the world.

Research opportunities for passive income and gaps in the market

If you are considering moving abroad in a few years’ time, examine your current income brackets. Can you perhaps move away from insurance that pays you less, doesn’t bring in as many clients, and is perhaps difficult to work with? Consider moving away from them and encouraging private pay.

Through creating and curating workshops, mastermind groups, or a podcast you can start to bring in more passive income that runs behind the scenes. These projects only require your attention once in a while and can run on the backburner.

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Meet Joe Sanok

private practice consultant

Joe Sanok helps counselors to create thriving practices that are the envy of other counselors. He has helped counselors to grow their businesses by 50-500% and is proud of all the private practice owners that are growing their income, influence, and impact on the world. Click here to explore consulting with Joe.

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