Asking Price: $50,000 Gross Revenue: $58,263Cash Flow: $48,357 (Seller's Discretionary Earnings) EBITDA: Not DisclosedInventory: Not Disclosed FF&E: $450 included in asking priceShare this business:
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Counselor has built a successful cash flowing business, focusing on OCD and Trichotillomania (chronic hair pulling). Counselor has grown it to a comfortable patient load of approximately 20 clients a week. This has fluctuated through the years. She could expand it further but chooses to keep it to 25-30 hours a week. She has a web site and is registered with both OICDF and TLC Foundation in their "Find a therapist" section. This is all the advertising that has been done yet, has plenty of clients due to the strong demand for counselors with these specialties.
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Counselor has been in business for over 8 years and has had as many as 30+ patients, some with eating, hoarding and stress anxiety disorders, but now chooses to maintain around 20, focusing on to the two mentioned above. She has done limited advertising due to the strong demand for counselors with these specialties.
There is very little competition due to the small number of trained counselors in this area. 1 in 50 Americans have OCD, and to date, there are only 7-registered mental health professionals who specialize in treating OCD in the state of Texas, according to the International Obsessive Compulsive Foundation. 1-3% of Americans have Trichotillomania, which is about 3 to 9 million Americans, yet mental health professionals committed to treating TRICH in Texas are at about 9.
Growth & Expansion:
Growth opportunities include expanding the counseling services offered to include more anxiety disorders or other specialties, also group therapy and a possible Intensive Outpatient Treatment format. It would be possible to bring in additional therapists who could also be trained to expand the services offered.
Profitable Counseling Service for Anxiety Disorders
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