Evidence-based consultative sales training program for audiologists and hearing care practices.
Content at Your Pace
Accommodates individual learning styles and schedules
Learn to move patients from ambivalence to treatment using communication strategies developed specifically for healthcare providers.
Receive customized support and training as you move throughout the program.
Part 1: Changing the clinician's mindset
In order for clinician's to fully utilize later content in the course, they must first examine their own attitudes towards consultations and better understand the psychology of their patients.
What's NOT required for the program:
Often, when trying to enhance your practice, many of the options are time-consuming, costly, and unreliable.
No new software
New software can be expensive and time-consuming to learn.
No new equipment
Similar to software, new equipment is costly, time-consuming, and requires space.
No additional advertising
Also expensive, and the return on investment is never easy to predict. As a matter of fact, you may even be able to cut back on advertising, if you choose.
What IS required for the program:
If you want to increase the number of patients your practice helps, we just ask for these three commitments.
An open mind
A willingness to learn and grow while implementing new techniques during consultation appointments is key to your success.
Time to reflect and practice
By joining the program you agree to commit time and energy to learn and practice your new skills and techniques.
A desire to help
"Helping not selling" is our core ethos. We only will work providers who share this value.
Who We Are
The Successful Patients Training Program was developed by Bradley Stewart, Au.D. and Thomas Goyne, Au.D. as a way to help audiologists help their patients towards better outcomes.
Both Stewart and Goyne have extensive backgrounds in training and mentoring future and current audiologists and both have successfully utilized the techniques and skills highlighted in the Successful Patients Training Program in their own clinical work.
Dr. Goyne maintains an audiology private practice in the Philadelphia suburbs and mentors current and future doctors of audiology. Dr. Stewart built and sold a private practice in Dallas and is now a consultant to audiology practices.