How to build your practice online: Watch Sally Crewe’s interview
Watch the replay of Sally Crewe’s interview with Jessica Pantermuehl
Sally Crewe, NTP, CGP began her first full-time business at age 17, and by 24 she was running her own web design and hosting company. After years of depression from undiagnosed Celiac disease, she finally made the connection between food and health. Like with so many of us, her experience lit a fire within to help others.
In 2010 she became an NTP, and in 2012 she focused in on the gut-brain link and became one of the first Certified GAPS Practitioners.
As someone who’s energetically sensitive, she found a schedule packed with 1-1 clients quite draining. So she put her knowledge and experience into creating an online course. Very soon she was helping GAPS clients from all over the world via pre-recorded video lessons.
In 2016, she set out to empower her fellow NTPs and NTCs with tools to create and sell their own online courses and programs. Out of this need, she created The Practitioner Platform, the all-in-one website and course creation platform that handles the tech and design of your website so that you can focus on being a practitioner, not a web developer!
In this Facebook Live, Sally and Jessica discuss:
- + How her background led her to help others create successful online businesses.
- + What she’s doing with her certification and how she’s practicing
- + How to know when to take your business online
- + Tips for those who are thinking about offering an online course
Are you ready to take the next step in your nutrition career?
Now is the time! Classes are open for enrollment and seats are filling up fast, and if you’ve been on the fence about when to start, our May Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP) class will be the last cycle at the current tuition before it increases for September class*. It’s a great time to enroll!
*Please note that the tuition for our Nutritional Therapy Consultant (NTC) program will not increase. For current tuition information, please visit here.