Becoming a Cambridge Counselor

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  1. bud26

    bud26 New Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I am currently restarting the cambridge diet after a bit of a break which I now wish had not happened but it did. Anyway, once I have got to my target weight I am really considering becoming a counselor, however does anyone know what kind of money you make if you worked say five days a week?

    I just want to get an idea because it is something that I would love to do, however the bills still need to be paid so I want to work out that I would be in a financial position to do it.

    Sorry if this subject has already been covered but I have only just joined. Love this site by the way, you all give great advice.
     
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  3. jackietrew

    jackietrew Will be slim!!!!!!!

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    hey,

    great choice!! i dunno about your questions but im sure someone will come along and answer them! good luck x
     
  4. canireallydothis!!

    canireallydothis!! Gold Member

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    Hi Bud,

    Im sure that it varies massively and depends on the amount of clients and the work you put in.

    I think the best person to ask advice from would be your own CDC. He/She will be able to tell you more.

    Thanks

    Vx
     
  5. CW Consultant

    CW Consultant Gold Member

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    Definitely discuss this with your own CDC as they have to sponsor you to become a CDC .

    We all work differently and earnings vary.
     
  6. Sunnysmile

    Sunnysmile Laserbeams set on goal

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    I think it's one of those things that depends on how many clients you have and how much you charge for stock etc...

    But from what I can understand, I think you need about 20 - 30 clients a week to make some kind of living (although will depend on your circumstances -- it really is how long is a piece of string!). As with all start ups, it may take time to build up that kind of client base...

    I'd love to do it. I think it would be a fab occupation!! I've got a long way to go weightloss-wise before I'd qualify to become one. From my own point of view I like the idea of not being stuck in an office/being my own boss/having a solid business; and from the point of view of helping others with their weightloss it would be something I'd be extremely interested in, having battled my own weight problems.
     
  7. Vicki_Jackson23

    Vicki_Jackson23 Cambridge Diet Counsellor

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    I have actually just had a meeting with my CDC and she is sponsoring me to become one, so I have started the ball rolling, just filling in the application forms.
     
  8. sailaice

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    I'd really like to become one but as you can tell from my ticker I am way off yet :D I think they are really desperate in my area too!
     
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