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Posted by Tunde Oshodi, Sep 4 2007 1:03PM

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Gillian Kenyon
May 16 2008 4:08PM
I would very muich hope that anyone working full time as a qualified therapist would be earning far in excess of £20000 per year.

The H Club is a coalition of independent therapists, many of whom work part-time.

We expect practitioners to have a list price of £44 per hour which at 37.5 hours per week for 40 weeks of the year, would equate to £66,000

Putting it another way round, at The H Club, our fee rate of £44 per hour means that our part time practitioners can work for just over 11 hours per week for 40 weeks and still earn £20,000

To see how we do it, just take a look at

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