Howdy there Rec Therapist —

Most Rec Therapists are women.

I (Danny Pettry) am a bit of the exception.

My personal and business mentor Patty Aubery has put together a wonderful program for women titled:

Permission Granted — Show up. Stand up. Speak up. 

I feel confident this program would be beneficial for any woman (rec therapist) because this program includes a tribe of like-minded women who are all about success and reaching goals.

The classes started in Sept 2019 — but you can still get involved and view the replays.

Here are the training sessions

  1. Month 1: Permission to get real
  2. Month 2: Permission to live with intention
  3. Month 3: Permission to believe in yourself
  4. Month 4: Permission to ask for what you want
  5. Month 5: Permission to act as if
  6. Month 6: Permission to be present over perfect
  7. Month 7: Permission to face what isn’t working
  8. Month 8: Permission to transcend your limited beliefs
  9. Month 9: Permission to clean up your messes
  10. Month 10: Permission to be grateful
  11. Month 11: Permission to master the game of money
  12. Month 12: Permission to love your life

The program cost $97 a month or a one-time payment of $997.

That price is a great deal because it would cost over $20,000 to reach out and get individualized training from all of the experts in Patty’s program.

–>Click here to check out this program <–

Jack Canfield (co-creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul) talks with Patty about Permission Granted. 

 

Bonus Gift included for rec therapists — 

I’m releasing a 12-clock hour continuing education program in December 2019 that is NCTRC Pre-approved) titled:

Behavioral Health Needs and Treatment Approaches in Recreational Therapy.

My program will be $197 per person and you can get it FREE.

I love Patty and her work. I think her Permission Granted for women is a wonderful program.

And any Rec Therapist who stand up and join Patty’s Permission Granted program will get access to my new CEU course as a free gift.

–>Click here to check out this program <–