Dr. Tim Thayne Says Book Is #1 Way They Have Grown Practice

"It’s really been the #1 way we’ve got the word out and I would say it’s primarily responsible for the growth that we’ve had over the years."

“We needed a way to really get the word out. As we’ve looked back in time and really thought about what has really been the Advantage of this book, it’s been massive. We appreciate Advantage Media who helped us publish this book back in 2013. Since that time, it’s opened all kinds of doors. Everything from helping some of the very best treatment plans in the country, who have started to use this book as part of their core curriculum to helping parents understand their critical role both during and after treatment and of course, it opens the door to help them understand how we might play a role in that. It’s really been the #1 way we’ve got the word out and I would say it’s primarily responsible for the growth that we’ve had over the years. Since publishing the book we’ve used the name of the title of the book to do several things. We’ve started the Not By Chance podcast, which was inspired by Advantage Media. We videotaped a video series for parents, which was called the Not By Chance Video Course. And just this last summer, we started an annual yearbook which is called the Not By Chance Yearbook, which is geared towards parents who want to intentionally raise their children and strengthen their family. Our experience with Advantage Media has been wonderful. We have watched them continually improve their processes over time, address any concerns or needs that we’ve had along the way and we consider them a part of our team. It’s been a real joy to work with Advantage Media. We highly encourage you to look into this to improve what you do and put yourself in the position as a thought leader in your space.”

Dr. Tim Thayne

Dr. Tim Thayne

Leehigh, UT

Marriage & Family Therapist, Homeward Bound & Ralliest

Dr. Tim Thayne's Book

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