Pay for Results - Defining Success


Peak States therapists use a “charge for results” fee structure - which means that we only accept payment if together we are successful at significantly resolving your issue/s. When you come in for your initial visit, your therapist will take a health history and discuss what you would like to work on. Together you agree what would constitute a successful resolution and pay an agreed upfront fee. Should the treatment not be effective, your therapist may ask a more advanced practitioner for assistance and should this not work, your money will be refunded. The “charge for results” fee structure is a question of ethics, as we do not want to be paid if we have been unsuccessful. We also believe that this system encourages better clarification of the client’s issue and more efficient performance by the therapist.


References:
Subcellular Psychobiology Diagnosis Handbook (2014) by Dr. Grant McFetridge
           
"Understanding 'Pay for Results' for Therapists
           
Appendix 2: Examples of 'Pay for Results' Contracts
           
Appendix 10: 'Pay for Results' - Fee Calculation Guide
           
Appendix 11: 'Pay for Results' - Statistical and Mathematical Modeling for Fee Calculations



Revision History
1.0, Sept 1, 2012: First draft of this webpage.