New Website Blazes The Trail for Therapists To Create Their Own Audio And Video Products

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A new and very innovative web-based service now empowers therapists to reach and connect with more clients, and raises their profile in the community, allowing them to help more people than ever before.

With the launch of "The Chill Sessions", therapists now have access to a service that solves a number of the big issues facing the practicing, modern-day therapist.

Three of those issues include ... enhanced client care, marketing and increased revenue.

Gone are the days when a therapist needed national TV exposure or a best-selling book to get noticed, or even let more people in their neighborhood know about the ways they could help them. Let alone needing expensive resources to build a private practice.

This is the first time a service like this has been available, and thanks to the internet and very inexpensive computers, even the smallest practice can have the benefits of audio and video products as part of their business.

The Chill Sessions is an online library of royalty free music, guided meditations, still images and video, giving subscribers everything they need to make their own custom branded products -- on demand. Any products (CD and later this month, DVD as well), can be customized for the specific practice and even personalized for patients.

Think of it as having your own production studio, without the cost, time and learning curve. Instead of spending months or years writing a book, it's now possible for therapists to have their own professionally produced multimedia products in a few minutes.

An extensive library of professionally produced music and spoken-word covers areas such as: anxiety, stress, insomnia, exam stress, meditation and general relaxation and well-being. Therapists can mix and match the content to create their own range of products -- labeled with their identity and branding.

And the most basic computer is all that's needed, along with the most basic computing skills, as complete step-by-step video instruction is also provided. If you can 'click and drag' a mouse, you can do this. Which begs the question ... why would you want to?

According to creators Glenn Heaton and Geoff McGarvey, "To let more people know you can help them is a great start. We developed all the content so it had a real 'added-value' that therapists can pass onto their patients, as well as very practical solutions for marketing and promoting their practice."

"Using audio and video in this way enhances the care that a therapist gives, as it reduces the stresses and anxieties people have, thereby clearing the way for more effective treatment, while building trust and relationships with patients and the community," adds McGarvey.

Heaton and McGarvey explain that it's very easy to create a CD or DVD customized with a therapists details, add a message about what you do and who you can help and, drop some off at your local community center or coffee shop, or for therapists to give to their local medical practitioner to hand out when they feel someone would benefit from therapy.

Therapists can also make personalized CDs of sessions and give these to clients with further exercises or instructions, or just some relaxation music to help them de-stress.

And therapists can also sell the custom-branded CDs and DVDs as a relaxation and stress relief product.

New content is added to the library each fortnight. All a subscriber does is download the content to their own computer and make the CDs as they like. There's also an image library to create customized labels and covers.

A unique, simple and effective way to build any therapist's profile. And it's extremely cost effective. In fact, therapists can get started with as little as $1.26 a day for complete access to the library and associated rights.

To find out more and to listen to interviews with current subscribers who are successfully making their own products, visit

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