What I Don’t Work With
I specialize in helping creative, neurodivergent people with their productivity problems.
That means I don’t work with everything. Specifically I don’t work with…
- Suicidal depression and self-harm
- Active panic attacks
- Psychosis, schizophrenia, or other breaks with consensus reality
- Quitting smoking, vaping, and other tobacco products
- Quitting alcohol or drugs
- Sexual health issues like anorgasmia, premature ejaculation, or pornography consumption
- Any diagnosis or treatment of mental illness (see a psychotherapist or psychiatrist)
- Past-life regression
It’s OK if you want to work with any of these things. You’ll just need to see someone else for that.
How Much Do You Charge?
Current Monthly Subscription Prices
I started coaching people in 2003 by giving out free sessions. I was just 24 years old, but the people I coached said, “That was really good, you should charge money for this” so I started charging $1. Then people said, “this is worth more than $1” and would give me $20 or more.
That was more than I was making hourly at the time, as I was being paid illegally low wages at the cult I was working for, so I was thrilled. I got to thinking, “Hmm, could coaching be a career for me?”
In December of 2004, I hired the most expensive life coach in Boulder. I considered him my mentor, because he was “successful,” making six figures as a coach.
By 2010, that coach and mentor of mine was in federal prison. He had started a Ponzi scheme and got caught by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Oops!
My coach charged $100 an hour. Adjusted for inflation, in 2023 that would be $161 an hour. Nowadays it’s hard to find any coach that charges less than $200-400 an hour. Coaching itself has become a Ponzi scheme.
When I’ve asked dangerous questions like “Why do coaches charge so much per hour?” or “Why do so many hypnotists hide their prices?” I’ve been told by my fellow practitioners that I have “unresolved trauma around money” or “poverty consciousness” or even that I have a personality disorder.
The thing is, I actually like helping people. I’m weird like that. So my goal is simply to provide a professional service at a fair price. And I often hear from my clients that my pricing is indeed fair.
I noticed the clients of mine that get the most results are the ones who stick around for the long-term. Sometimes change can happen quickly, sure. In my own life though, I’ve been doing inner work for over 30 years and I’m still finding more places to grow.
So what I’ve done is try and make my pricing reasonable for people who want to get 1, 2, or 4 coaching sessions a month ongoingly, while also paying my bills.
At $500 or $1000 an hour, most of my target market would never be able to afford monthly coaching. Hell, I would never pay that myself.
I do long 90-minute coaching sessions in a world where many coaches do 15-minute “laser coaching.” I find that longer sessions just work better for getting results for my clients.
So please do check out my current rates before talking with me. I don’t hide my pricing until you get a “strategy session.” I personally would never buy anything without knowing the price up front. Being a client is vulnerable as it is. I believe the coaching relationship should start by me being trustworthy as your coach.
I set up my coaching service as a subscription. The cheapest option is to just join my weekly coaching group on Sundays. I still ask that you do a free 30-minute consultation first to see if you are a good fit.
If you want 1-on-1 Hypnotic Coaching, you can get either 1, 2, or 4 sessions a month. If you’re really nuts, you can get 20 sessions a month, but I don’t expect that. These subscriptions all come with the group coaching included. I really recommend the group, that’s where I teach the mindset for change, and we practice it weekly. People are finding it incredibly valuable so far.
If you don’t use your “credits” in one month, you keep them for whenever you can use them. And there is no obligation to stay subscribed. Cancel whenever.
Given my current financial needs, I cannot offer a sliding scale rate to any new clients at this time.
And if you have any questions for me, just get in touch. I’d be happy to help.