Sometimes it becomes necessary to “break up” with a client. There are many different reasons why this would become necessary, and there are also many different ways to let the client know that you will no longer be working with them. We asked our Facebook followers the best ways to break up with a client. The following are some of the responses.
Top 5 Ways to Break Up with a Client
- It’s not me, it’s your hygiene.
- I don’t have any appointments available but I think they take walk-ins at the massage college.
- I did all I could for that shoulder but I’ve had that problem before as well and the girl that worked it out is amazing! Here’s her contact information and hours.
- Client: When’s your next available appointment? Me: July 2, 2017.
- Have the receptionist tell them they made me uncomfortable and I refuse to provide therapeutic services to them.
Thanks for your contributions. We hope you don’t need to break up with any of your clients, but if you do, now might be a good time to do it.
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