One Time Payment of $500

Nail Your Niche Intensive or Problem Solving Intensive

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Let's nail your niche so you can stop stressing about money today and start doing meaningful clinical work.

What you'll get:

  • 1 60 Minute Coaching Call to solve 1 problem in your practice or
  • Learn how to your attract your niche
  • Nail Your Niche Client Avatar Guide
  • Coaching on How to Clarify Your Niche
  • Coaching on How to Speak to Your Niche through your messaging

Cost, Fees and Payment

Cost. The total cost ($500) for all Services is due in full at the time of checkout. 

 At a minimum, Client agrees that the fee fairly compensates Provider for committing to provide the Services. Client will not be refunded the fee for the service and is not to request a charge back after the service has been provided.


Exclusivity. During the coaching the provider will only meet with the client for services. No other parties are permitted to attend the coaching session. 


Both parties agree not to make any false, disparaging or derogatory statement in public or private whether in writing or orally regarding each other, its employees, clients, agents or anyone else working with the parties. For the purpose of this agreement, the term disparage includes without limitation statements or comments made in any form or medium in the press, social media that could potentially affect the business of each party adversely or tarnish the reputation of each party in any way.  

What People Are Saying:

"I left believing I could accomplish anything because Cameisha gave me the confidence that I needed to believe in myself again." "It helped me clarify who my people i serve are." "I have started to change my mindset." "I was able to narrow down my niche and get clear on my business and marketing strategy. I was even inspired to write my first article on Intergenerational Trauma."