Lifeologie Counseling franchise opportunity
Creative Solutions to Stuck Problems®

Collaborative

At Lifeologie, we live and die by our team approach. We believe working in isolation is not only limiting (and no fun), but it robs clients of the opportunity to receive invaluable insight and ideas from the rest of the team.

Creative

The Lifeologie team culture is defined by our creative, “what box?” commitment to offering hope in the most discouraging situations. At Lifeologie, we help untie the knots and make something positive out of even the most troubling life experiences.

Client-Focused

A Lifeologie Counseling practice puts the client first. Everything is designed to help clients feel like welcome guests.  We dumped the sliding glass window in favor of a groovy client lounge, gorgeous therapy rooms, and cool music on the bluetooth — all to ensure that our clients will feel better the minute they walk in the door.

Why start a counseling franchise?

Start with decades of private practice experience, add a business mindset, a unique clinical, training and business model — and add the Lifeologie vibe and killer marketing support.  It all adds up to a proven business model.  A counseling franchise that can be owned by you! That’s what franchising is. A test-driven business model that allows for the expansion of a GREAT idea AND offers opportunities for success for people just like you.

Why choose Lifeologie Counseling?

Lifeologie counseling is an industry-buster.  We bring our “what box?” approach and relentless commitment to collaboration to our work with adults, teens, children, elders, couples and families.  In addition to offering optimal client care in multiple specialty areas, Lifeologie is also a training facility where approved clinical supervisors work together to train LPCs, LMFTs and LCDCs, LMSW’s – as well as graduate-level student interns working toward their masters in counseling.

10 things clients wish therapists knew – Your waiting room matters

#10  -  Your waiting room matters Next time you go to your office, enter through the front door instead of the back. Imagine your clients opening the door from a stuffy hallway and entering … your stuffy waiting room. Take a look at the walls. Do you have faded Monet...

10 things clients wish therapists knew – They feel awkward and uncomfortable

Think of it as wearing itchy clothing around all day long - except the itching is in your soul and the itching never stops. People seek help when the itching becomes too uncomfortable to ignore.  Therapists have the opportunity to make it harder or easier for them to...

10 things clients wish therapists knew – Their time is valuable

Think about the last time you went to see your doctor. You take time off work, drive to the doctor’s office, search for a parking place, take the elevator to the correct floor, find the right nameplate in the maze of hallways, enter the stuffy waiting room … and wait...

10 things clients wish therapists knew – They want to be treated like people, not files

You've heard it before.  Client care begins with the phone call.  Too often we forget about the impetus for the call.  The context. Years, typically, of pain, anxiety, frustration, or conflict that motivate someone to call you - a complete stranger - for help.  Think...

10 things clients wish therapists knew – They want to know who they’re talking to

Client care is the art of personalization.  The art of treating people like people. People with names and stories.  People who deserve to be treated with common courtesy and respect. A phone call to your office isn't just a phone call. It's the act of a person...

10 things clients wish therapists knew – They want to know you’re a person

As therapists, we like to think we're bringing a lot of heavy gear into the room with us.  Loaded up like Navy SEALs.  We strap on our educations.  We wear our titles like medals.  Our licenses like awards.  We can toss out book titles.  Hand out homework.  Whip out...

10 things clients wish therapists knew – We work for them, not the other way around

So there's that thing that happens when you pull into the lot and grab your stuff and unlock the door to YOUR office.  Have you noticed it?  That teeny little flash of pride and self-importance? (*Ouch*  Guilty!) You walk into YOUR waiting room  - thoughtfully...

10 Things Clients Wish Therapists Knew – They want to know Fun is not the F word

Mary Engelbreit had those wonderful mugs and calendars in the ‘90s. Remember those?  The ones with the lady in the hat and the round glasses? She could have been your aunt or your grammie or your best friend. One of my clients way back then gave me a Mary Engelbreit...

10 Things Clients Wish Therapists Knew – They Want You To Be A Team Player

Why is collaboration important in a counseling practice? How many therapists do you know who actually call one another about cases? Or regularly spend time teaming up to help clients? Most of us view other therapists as competition. In private practice, in our little...

Starting a Counseling Practice

Starting a counseling practice can be a daunting experience. Where do I start? How do I get clients? Where should I put my office? The questions are unending and the fear of the unknown is off the charts. Well, guess what?  The good news is, we have figured it out for...

Don’t let your worst enemy when opening a private practice be YOU

Starting and opening a private practice in counseling can be a bit overwhelming and a tad intimidating. Don’t let your worst enemy when opening a private practice be YOU! We here at the Lifeologie Institute Franchising want to help you out....

More Money, Fewer Problems? Costs Of Starting A Counseling Practice

When starting a counseling practice, you have to ask yourself one question.  Would you rather spend time or money?  Beginning professionals who are starting a counseling practice usually answer this question with time.  If you were thinking the same thing,...