S1 E26-Journey From Pharmacist to Impact Maker with Dr. Trish Francetich

In this episode of Women Behind the Millions, guest host- Melissa Myers talks with Dr. Trish Francetich, a pharmacist and certified hypnotherapist, who shares her journey of transitioning from a traditional pharmacist to a business owner focusing on empowering healthcare professionals. She discusses her holistic approach to wellness and her use of rapid transformational therapy, a combination of talk therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, hypnotherapy, and regression therapy, to help clients overcome mental health challenges. Dr. Trish also emphasizes the importance of seeking help from professionals earlier in one’s journey and shares insights on positive intelligence and mental fitness. The conversation is filled with inspiring stories of personal and professional growth, highlighting the impact of faith, spirituality, and continuous pursuit of personal development in achieving success.

Highlights:

-Dr. Trish discusses how she empowers healthcare professionals to find purpose and overcome anxiety using rapid transformational therapy.

-She emphasizes mental fitness and spirituality to guide clients towards fulfillment.

-She also stresses the importance of incorporating positive intelligence into her coaching to help clients achieve lasting results.

Contact Our Guest:

https://linktr.ee/drtrishfrancetich

Guest’s Email: dr.trish.francetich@gmail.com

Transcript:

Melissa Myers 0:03
Welcome to women behind the millions. I am Melissa Myers. I am a financial planner and wealth manager, part of the women’s wealth boutique as of fall 2022. And my office is the Melissa Myers Group. We specialize in working with pharmacists in their financial planning, investment insurance and lifestyle planning needs. And it is my honor to have Dr. Trish Francetich with us today, and we will get into the nitty gritty of what she does and how she serves her clients and why I was especially excited to have her on the show today. Dr. Trish earned her Pharm D which is a doctor in pharmacy from Mercer University and prior to that she studied both biochemistry and psychology at the University of Georgia. She has been a full time pharmacist in Atlanta for over 20 years, earning her PharmD wasn’t the end of her education. She holds multiple licenses and certifications, including the genetics three by excuse me genetics three by four, blueprint certification. She is a certified hypnotherapist, very cool. And this past August she became certified as a RTT, which is a rapid transformational therapy practitioner. Dr. Trish is breaking barriers and stepping outside the traditional box of pharmacy. She founded Rise and Thrive wellness in 2021, bringing together her decades of experience, expertise and education, along with her passion for making an impact on the world. She serves pharmacists, health care professionals and healers. And she helps to empower them to step into their vision, adapt the leadership that lies inside of them and become impact makers. And today we’re going to touch on a variety of topics, including how she serves her clients with radical self care training, stress management, and reinventing yourself at any age. Dr. Fran, I did it. There we go. Please tell us more about your story and what the events are that put you on this journey.

Dr. Trish Francetich 2:24
Oh, wow, that was a beautiful introduction. Thank you so much for having me here. I’m just I’m honored. I had actually put it out into the world that I was going to be doing podcast interviews this spring, and we are off I’m off to a to a great start. So I appreciate that.

Melissa Myers 2:40
You’re welcome.

Dr. Trish Francetich 2:41
So yeah, I Well, I spent 20 years as a pharmacist in the big box retail chain. And, you know, I was so not aligned with that for so long. And I was just really doing what I what I knew I you know, I needed to do. I mean, I had student loan debt. And I just didn’t see any other way out. Other than that, and so I just tried to make the most of it and grin and bear it and do all that. And then I turned 50

Melissa Myers 3:15
It’s kind of a watershed moment, isn’t it?

Dr. Trish Francetich 3:16
I turned 50 I don’t even know how else to explain it. Other than I just, you know, I just started thinking life is way too short to be stuck in this and not feeling aligned with what I’m doing. And I just decided I needed a change. So um, yeah. So anyway, fast forward to today, I you know when I started my business, I didn’t necessarily get it off and going like, you know, businesses do. You know, right away. So I was trying to figure out why I was stuck, you know, making that transition? Well, turns out, I mean, stop beating myself up about it. It’s like, you know, you had this identity for 20 years as a pharmacist and you can’t just like overnight, expect to start a business and have clients and all that. So I actually wanted to speed up the process. So I looked into rapid transformational therapy, and I, I found a therapist, and I did that and I figured out I was suffering from impostor syndrome and all this other stuff. And it really got me on the path of just discovering myself, and my purpose and what, what I want to do what I want to bring to the world and I decided I wanted to study rapid transformational therapy. And I wanted to introduce that to other people. But you know, it’s just it’s really I’m figuring out is a stepping stone for me. It’s just another tool in my tool belt. I’ve learned other things. So it’s just one thing that I offer my clients in my coaching practice, but so a lot of who I help are other pharmacists, or healthcare professionals, healers, if you will, who have been in that mode for a long time as healers and it’s time to heal themselves, it’s time to heal, and really step into them themselves and what they’re here to do, make a bigger impact. And so I help them find clarity and purpose. And I do that with rapid transformational therapy.

Melissa Myers 5:26
For those of us who don’t know a lot about the RTT world, can you give us a little bit more detail on what that is?

Dr. Trish Francetich 5:34
Absolutely, rapid transformational therapy was created by UK therapist Marisa Peer ,30 years she put into this, it’s an award winning therapy, it combines talk therapy, it combines, you know, which is cognitive behavioral therapy, hypnotherapy, which is what it’s, it’s based in, and we basically we have a session, the session is about an hour and a half in length, it usually takes one to three sessions to resolve most issues. Of course, sometimes it can be like peeling back layers, you know, especially like it helps with weight loss, it helps with anything from like smoking cessation, building confidence, weight loss, insomnia, pain, all kinds of things that it can help with. And so for me, it was just me sabotaging myself and, you know, learning how to get out of my own way. So it’s a two, it’s a basically an hour and a half to two hour long session, and involves regression therapy that you’re completely aware the whole time, we’re basically going back to maybe a root cause of, of why, like, why you’re experiencing what it is you’re experiencing, we reframe it, I give you a hypnosis, hypnosis to listen to for about 30 days. And then I also implement coaching within that 30 day time period. And you can work with me for 30 days, 60 or 90, depending on the issue and what we’re what we’re trying to tackle.

Melissa Myers 7:10
What’s your most favorite thing to tackle with your clients?

Dr. Trish Francetich 7:14
Probably, probably the whole purpose, like, what’s my purpose? I get that all the time. And it’s really fun diving in because I use other tools too. You know, human design and Enneagram and I, we do all kinds of things, we dive deep. And really, I just meet my clients where they’re at. I mean, maybe they don’t need all that it’s really personalized. I like anxiety too, because I’ve experienced anxiety in the past and when we can get beyond, like what anxiety truly is. It’s living in the past and in the future. And just tapping into the present moment, learning how to do that and calm that stress response is key to overcoming anxiety. It’s because it can be done and it’s amazing. And so I get more results with that than a better results like than anything else.

Melissa Myers 8:08
And you are smiling and beaming. I can tell that you love it. Love it. I love it. Um, what are some of your favorite clients success stories?

Dr. Trish Francetich 8:20
Well, that would be I would say an anxiety story comes to mind someone who a fellow pharmacist who had actually had panic attacks even for for years and while she was able to she was taking Celexa, she was trying taking medication for it for years. She took herself off of it and was just doing, you know, taking CBD oil and doing other things to help but she she came to me and within I guess it was probably maybe about six weeks, she was completely off the CBD oil. And she was knew how to manage her anxiety, hasn’t had a panic attack. Of course, the panic attacks were kind of few and far between anyway but she had some amazing results with the with the coaching and the rapid transformational therapy.

Melissa Myers 9:20
That’s gotta be so rewarding.

Dr. Trish Francetich 9:23
Definitely.

Melissa Myers 9:24
So are you are you still working in a normal retail setting or nine to five? Or do you how do you how do you balance and manage your own stress when it comes to your career and serving others?

Dr. Trish Francetich 9:40
Yeah, so my favorite thing so okay to answer your question. I am still employed. But I have been taking I have had to take a medical leave of absence. I had some surgery on my my ankles. So I’ve been out of that setting which has allowed me to really focus on my business, growing my business last few months. And to answer your question, I haven’t been having to do it so much managing my stress. But I I’d have to say meditation is a big part of that, getting out in nature, I live on eight acres of wooded land, I get out every day. And, you know, take a walk, that’s my favorite thing to do. But but non negotiables are doing a meditation or hypnosis in the morning and in the evening. And that’s also I consider it my, my time to really connect with my source in the universe, you know, yeah, that’s how I that’s how I manage it.

Melissa Myers 10:45
I always feel like nature is my spiritual conduit like my path. And I can’t explain it. But there’s this one set of trees along the highway that whenever I’m by them, I just feel like I’m in a different zone. And yeah, I think it’s neat when we can have those, those special places, the walk, the talk, the mental clarity, getting rid of the cobwebs in there that help us have a better quality of life and a better day. Definitely. Yeah, so I’m wondering about radical self care. What can you tell our listeners about radical self care, because that sounds a little radical.

Dr. Trish Francetich 11:34
Radical self care is radical. Okay. I did a post on this recently, because it’s basically intentionally taking care of yourself on all levels, physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. And so what does that look like, that sounds kind of vague, but in a way that really prioritizes your personal well being and your healing. And I had to do a lot of that when I was in my pharmacy job, actually, when I made that transition out of pharmacy, so it’s just that self awareness, that self love that self acceptance. Its setting boundaries and boundaries are so important, I like to say in setting boundaries, you know, you have to, you have to create your boundary, you have to state it, and you have to maintain it. And that’s, I got that from from someone, but I’ve I stick to it all the time. But yes, setting those boundaries. So radical self care, it’s, it’s just this powerful response to stress or this reaction to stress that just helps us restore that balance and that resilience

Melissa Myers 12:49
With practice, is it something that becomes a natural response? Or is it always something that you have to be intentional with?

Dr. Trish Francetich 12:56
I think you have to be intentional with it. And it doesn’t, you know, it’s not something that you have to, I mean you really have to incorporate it into your your daily routine. I mean, like with the boundaries, you know, it’s not something you can just start and then stop. I mean, you have to, you have to constantly stay it’s, it’s constantly working on it. But to a point where it becomes second nature, I mean, when it becomes that second nature to you, is maybe when you don’t have to remember to do it all the time, right?

Melissa Myers 13:32
Yeah, I see a lot of correlations between wealth and health and your money mindset. And so self care is a mindset that you’re agreeing that yes, I am going to do this I’m choosing me, I’m making myself a priority. Others will benefit as well as I will. And I think the same thing comes through with money and so I was curious when it comes to the work you do with clients since this is women behind the millions Is there is there some themes regarding money that you’ve noticed and that you’ve been able to help your your clients overcome?

Dr. Trish Francetich 14:08
So that is one thing having ever we all have our money stories, right? Yeah. And so I’ve actually helped a lot of a lot of people that have come to me several clients who have blocks with they feel like they’re just stuck like in getting getting to the bottom of that, like, I know I can let me just tell you my own money story. So oh my gosh, I had student loan debts. Part of why I got out of my job as a pharmacist because I felt like I had a there was an upper limit, right like I can only do so much in my pharmacy job. But I found out through just some Simone RTT and other things and journaling and all the things, really getting in touch with like my own money story, and why I was having I felt stuck where I couldn’t make more. And I had so much shame and guilt over over money that I didn’t even realize I had. In fact, I listened to the first episode of this podcast. And Jessica was talking about when she was younger with her mom. And they would go shopping and she her mom would leave the the all the shopping the clothes and everything in the car. Like we can’t get those out yet, you know that that guilt, like what that my mom did something very similar to that. And not only that, but she, we would go shopping and I was constantly hearing about we can’t afford this or I really can’t afford to buy this for you but I’m gonna buy it for you anyway, you know, that whole. So I grew up listening to that, right and figuring trying to figure out like, why when I did have money, I was constantly spending it or giving it away or whatever. So I’ve helped people like come to terms with maybe like, what’s, what’s holding them back? What’s keeping them stuck. And that was a big breakthrough for me was was learning the guilt and shame I had around money. And it was a game changer for me.

Melissa Myers 16:28
What was what was the pivot point?

Dr. Trish Francetich 16:31
The pivot point? I mean, finding out maybe why, you know, what my what my issues were with money, why I couldn’t seem to make more money, hold on to money, save money. You know, was, what was that, indeed was was all the things that I had grown up with all those thoughts about money, like money’s hard to come by. Money, you have to work hard for money, and maybe I wasn’t even deserving of money, because I wasn’t deserving, you know, to even have that money spent on me, you know, growing up. And so, yeah, I was able to really to see all that to see the reasons why I was I was stuck in my own money stories. And to be able to turn that around for myself.

Melissa Myers 17:20
How does that feel now?

Dr. Trish Francetich 17:22
It feels amazing. And just some of the things, we’re not conscious of all that stuff, too. That’s the thing we’re most most of the time, we’re just we’re not really aware, consciously aware of why we do the things we do of even our story.

Melissa Myers 17:38
And then when you actually analyze it, then you have the surprising realization that I made these changes, and it feels great. And I don’t have to carry that stress. Yeah, or that guilt. Right? What? What role does your your faith or your spiritual journey play in the work you do and the results that you yourself have experienced when it comes to your your pivot and reinvention of yourself?

Dr. Trish Francetich 18:07
My spirituality, you kind of went out there for a second, Sorry. So I think, um, spirituality can provide a deeper sense of purpose and meaning in what we do and I it’s definitely reflected in the work that I do. I mean, it’s a part of my work. I don’t even I can’t even separate the two. Right?

Melissa Myers 18:33
Everything’s interwoven?

Dr. Trish Francetich 18:34
Yeah, definitely. Because what I do it addresses, it addresses the whole person. It’s it’s very much a holistic approach to well being, it’s that mental, spiritual, and you know, at one time I was going to be doing functional medicine, I went and I learned about functional medicine, I was going to be transitioning into that. I thought that would be a logical step to transition from pharmacy to my own business, but it just didn’t click to me. So I have this foundational knowledge about health and wellness, and it comes over in my coaching, too. That’s a, I guess a little bit about what makes my coaching method unique, because I look at the whole person. And I’m able to do that because of my training. What else? But I think it it just, it helps because I’m deeply empathetic, you know, with with what my clients are going through, they’re mostly healthcare professionals, too. So I’ve been there I know. And even if they’re not, they’re usually healers at heart. Those are the kinds of people I attract. I think we put that energy out into the world, and that’s who we attract into our world. So, yeah, it’s all about what I do all about it.

Melissa Myers 20:34
And I, as I was reading and getting to know you, yeah, it uh, it just really occurred to me how similar the work that you do is with the work that we do in the women’s wealth boutique. You state clarity, you state empowerment, you state getting out of your own way, understanding what your blocks are, and moving past those. And I just think it’s really neat how we can be in different professions, different lines of work, but we’re really focused on the same end result, which is getting quality of life for our clients.

Dr. Trish Francetich 21:34
Yeah.

Melissa Myers 21:35
And, and I just, I think it’s like, we could just take out, you know, pharmacy or finance we could interchange them. And the results with the type of work that you’ve done, and that you’re pivoting toward, or into, is just really neat. My story is kind of similar, I identified gaps in financial services. Yeah. And that’s what led to having books and having courses and doing coaching, not just getting clients who could buy an investment. And I think that you’re very much in alignment with that. And I just think it’s neat that, that we can find these opportunities to connect and build friendships and relationships out of it.

Dr. Trish Francetich 22:14
I agree, I agree. And I think like I was saying, earlier, I listened to one of the podcasts, because I gotta say, you know, we hang out with our, our people, you know, so like, mine are healthcare professionals. And, but when I listened to Jessica’s podcast, or this podcast, the first episode, I was thinking, wow, we there are so many similarities. And I’m thinking, These are my people too, like, I can totally talk, we can get into a little, you know, energy and spirituality and all those things. And yeah, we all do, I believe, have the same, the same goals and the same, the same ideas.

Melissa Myers 23:00
Yeah and you mentioned that, you know, once you know who your people are, you start to attract more of them, and you know, what feels good and, and where you get results and, and we can have results, just with our friendships, you can have results with our family, we can have results professionally with our clients. And and I just love the fact that you didn’t let your education of getting your pharm d be the end of the road. You didn’t let that define you and you kept pursuing more education, you in going in and trying to find out about functional medicine. And if that was a fit for you, and you decided it wasn’t, but I bet there was some things that you learned in that process or with contacts, relationships that you made, that now you’re still able to maintain and incorporate, and everything’s a building block.

Dr. Trish Francetich 23:48
It is and you know, I was just having this discussion with someone the other day, and it’s kind of like, sometimes we get, you know, I’m curious, I’ve always been curious, I’ve been a curious person all my life, and I go go down rabbit holes sometimes with the curiosity. But I feel like you know, sometimes we get breadcrumbs and just following the breadcrumbs, I feel like every, those are like the steppings the stepping stones, right? I feel like pharmacy was a stepping stone. And then the RTT and then now I’m, I’m, I’m looking at this Positive Intelligence coaching. I’m going through that right now. And we can talk more about that too. But I just feel like there’s something more even there’s something more and I’m just constantly learning. I think we have to do that. I think that that’s that’s going to be something that I do until until it’s over.

Melissa Myers 24:51
Well, there’s seasons right? We ramp up, we live and experience where we’re at and then sometimes you have to take a little you have to go into fall and winter and regroup and and figure out what’s next and spring into it. And yeah, I think that’s a really a really neat way of approaching things through curiosity. And a lot of times I’ve found that in, in our world having a casual conversation, people finding out what I do that it’ll be like, Oh, I can’t come talk to you yet. Because I don’t have my money in order. And I’m like, No, that’s exactly why you can come talk to me now. And just just let’s have a conversation out of curiosity, and see where it goes from there. You’re not committed, we’re not getting married? So do you do you have similar experiences, and maybe we can short cut people delaying what they could get in the long run, if they just worked with you now?

Dr. Trish Francetich 25:42
Yeah, because I’m the person that they come after they’ve tried, they come to after they’ve tried everything else. Like, that’s all I ever hear- I’ve tried everything

Melissa Myers 25:50
You’re the last resort?

Dr. Trish Francetich 25:53
I’ve tried everything and now I just want to see if like, you know, this can help me. And usually, this is the thing that helps. So because we’re the

Melissa Myers 26:02
How do they end up finding you after going through all of those things, what keeps them from finding you first?

Dr. Trish Francetich 26:09
Well, I don’t know, I think it’s that we all we have this idea of of the steps in which we need to, you know take and I think it’s based on society, I think it’s what society tells us in our culture that we need to go to a primary care doctor, first and foremost, that’s the first step and then or, or maybe a counselor, and that’s great, that’s fine. I have nothing against any of those. But I think, you know, a lot of times, when we go to the primary care doctor, sometimes they just kind of put a bandaid on it and send you on your way. I really take time to get to know my clients and you know, we and we dive really deep. And a lot of times it’s something it’s a sub, it’s something subconscious anyway, that they nobody else is even going to get to that right? I mean, you’re just not going to even get it if you’re going to just a typical coach. But I’m so I’m sorry. I feel like I digress. But yeah, that’s people come to me as a last resort, and I feel like it should be the very first thing they do.

Melissa Myers 27:24
But how can we create more awareness? So that you are the first choice.

Dr. Trish Francetich 27:28
That is a good question. Because you know, I am like, it, I struggle with social media, and I struggle with putting myself out there. And it’s something I made I challenge myself last month to do more of so that people to make myself more visible, and to make maybe what I do more visible and that maybe if it’s not me, it’s somebody, it’s somebody else go to somebody else that offers the same types of services as me.

Melissa Myers 27:58
You’re putting goodness into the world by fostering that.

Dr. Trish Francetich 28:01
Exactly. So, um, you know, but yeah, I do. This is something I do believe in, it worked for me, and I don’t know, I’m gonna, I’m gonna, I’m gonna do better.

Melissa Myers 28:14
Well just like you furthered your education and your career. It’s not always on us as the professionals getting people to find us. Sometimes we have to as as people in need of a service, we need to seek it out. And think from that curiosity perspective of what what don’t I know, being vulnerable, asking the hard questions, and, and being willing, I think to find the right fit, just because somebody comes to me, I might not be the right financial planner for them and that’s okay. It’s better, in my opinion for them not to work with me. And they have mediocre a mediocre response or feelings about that. And I think it’s the same thing for you. I think, you know, you want to work with the people that really, you can have a really good positive effect on, that they’re happy. And it’s okay for people, to interview us as professionals, because it has to be a good fit.

Dr. Trish Francetich 29:08
I agree. Yeah, absolutely. I couldn’t agree more.

Melissa Myers 29:11
You talked a little bit about the Positive Intelligence and that we could come back to that, can you can you go into more detail about what Positive Intelligence is?

Dr. Trish Francetich 29:20
Yeah, so Positive Intelligence. I don’t know if you’ve heard of emotional intelligence. It’s really similar. It’s a concept that was created by Shirzad Shameen, and it helps improve our mental fitness. So our mental fitness and our well-being by strengthening, he separates it down into our positive sage self, which is our essence, its our true essence. And our authentic self and then maximizing our sage and minimizing our negative saboteurs. So we all have and it’s how there’s actually an assessment you can take to find out what your primary saboteurs are. And I won’t go into all of that. But basically, it’s based on that concept that we can control our saboteurs, our thoughts, we can cultivate that positive, more of a positive mental attitude through targeted mental exercises. So brain exercise its just like building that mental muscle, just like any other muscle. And I actually was teaching this in my coaching and my RTT practice, something similar called pattern interrupts, which is basically braking that stress response, that stress cycle that we we get in. And so that’s what the PQ we call an PQ positive quotient for Positive Intelligence. We call it p q reps. And so it’s can be a little simple little reps up here. Yeah, I’m going to tell you, I’m going to show you one. So like, say, if I start feeling like me, one of my number one saboteur is the avoider, I avoid things. So I put things off sometimes, I procrastinate with things I don’t want to I don’t want to deal with, right? It’s not a conscious thing. But you, you bring it to your conscious awareness. And anytime, like, say, I’m sitting here, and I don’t want to do my taxes, I don’t want to do my taxes, I’m going to do everything to avoid doing my taxes. So if I can just like get into that present moment, and you can even take and like, rub your fingers together, or look at something and just get into this present moment. And do that for about 30 seconds. That’s all it takes 30 seconds to get? Well, it’s it’s all it takes. But you have to do it every time. Every time you feel like one of your saboteurs coming up, you do that.

Melissa Myers 32:00
You do the same exercise for them.

Dr. Trish Francetich 32:03
There’s all kinds of things you can do. Yeah theres all kinds of things you can do. You can even like, even if you’re sitting in a chair, you can just like, pay attention to your, your legs, touching the chair, pay attention to your feet on the floor. You know, just bring awareness to your present moment, whatever that is. And so, anyway, you just, that’s that’s it, you just have to be aware, it makes you aware of your thoughts and your habits and that that don’t serve you. And so and then you can just kind of move on.

Melissa Myers 32:39
Right? Yeah, I think that’s awesome. Because we have so many distractions, you know, the small, tiny handheld devices are biggest problems. Because we It distracts us from doing what you just told us is going to get us the results, we want long term. In that minute of doing or 30 seconds of doing that mental exercise,

Dr. Trish Francetich 32:59
Right, It it ultimately leads to greater resilience, creativity, and helps us achieve our goals. And you can even take that device that you have, and you can even like just feel the texture of the device.

Melissa Myers 33:13
Okay, see we could still engage with it. We’re just doing it differently.

Dr. Trish Francetich 33:18
Just dont be scrolling.

Melissa Myers 33:21
Well you see the backside of it. That’s awesome. Great.

Dr. Trish Francetich 33:27
Yeah. So I hope that helps. But Positive Intelligence is is amazing. And it’s something that I also incorporate in my coaching and sometimes with people that they don’t even want to do an RTT session. That’s fine. These are just tools that I use if they don’t want to do the hypnotherapy. That’s fine. We do all kinds of things. I have all kinds of tricks up my sleeve.

Melissa Myers 33:48
How do you get people comfortable with the idea that they’re going to be doing these unorthodox or out of the box, It’s not what they’ve ever been used to. How do you get them comfortable and agree to to being vulnerable with you?

Dr. Trish Francetich 34:04
Well, you know what, it’s it’s kind of like going back to that that thing where if people I’m not here to convince anybody that hypnotherapy is, is working. I mean, it works. But if somebody’s you know, I’m probably not not their therapist, or their coach if they aren’t open to that. And so I feel like most people who come to me they’re they’re not surprised that I do that even.

Melissa Myers 34:32
So they’ve already given themselves permission to explore it, opening up the door to give you permission to facilitate results.

Dr. Trish Francetich 34:40
And they’re curious, I mean, a lot of them are really curious and I put it out there that I don’t know I don’t necessarily you know, LinkedIn is kind of tricky. You know, you don’t want to be advertising the hypnotherapy and stuff but when people reach out to me or they check out my website, which my website is down, by the way right now for reasons I’m revamping it. But people will go to my website and so they know there you know what I do. And but yeah, so they typically know going in and but to people I think what I do with with them, if they’ve never done hypnotherapy before is I will I always give them a, I call it a primer, audio recording to listen to. So when they come to me, and we we map out like what, you know, they do an intake with me and we figure out what it is, we you know, we work out a plan for them. And one of the plans is RTT. So I will give them a hypnosis to listen to that kind of lets them know what to expect, if they’ve never done that before. So that’s part of it.

Melissa Myers 35:51
It’s good to take that and take the edge off to have a

Dr. Trish Francetich 35:54
People will be they’ll be like, Oh, that’s so nice. That was like doing a meditation. So.

Melissa Myers 36:00
Yeah. Great. Well, you mentioned your website is down any idea when it’ll be back up?

Dr. Trish Francetich 36:06
Probably in the next week or so.

Melissa Myers 36:08
Okay, good. Yeah, that’ll that’ll be great. So tell us your website and all the ways we can find you.

Dr. Trish Francetich 36:14
So my website is Dr. Trish Francetich. So my full name Dr. Trish Francetich.com. And you can I’m found on LinkedIn, mostly . LinkedIn is my primary. Thats Dr. Trish Francetich Yeah.

Melissa Myers 36:32
We’ll have the links in in the notes section. Before we sign off, is there any advice or good word that you have that the world needs to hear right now?

Dr. Trish Francetich 36:43
I would say just stay curious and humble. You know, always um and you will make an you will make a huge impact if you do that. Just leading by example and always seeking to understand before being understood, those are my big things. And that you, you are the source of your own happiness. And I think when you your own happiness, joy and abundance, so when we’re talking about wealth, you are the source. So when you realize that, yeah, your your world will just open up,

Melissa Myers 37:24
We need more messages like that. Because the world doesn’t hear that all the time. But once we do, and we tap into it, amazing things really do happen, just like you asking to be on podcast and me have been happening to see it. And now here we are. So I applaud you for putting yourself out there and making yourself available to all of our listeners and I look forward to future conversations.

Dr. Trish Francetich 37:50
I appreciate that. I look forward to it, too. Thank you so much for the opportunity.

Melissa Myers 37:55
You’re very welcome. Thanks for being here. And we look forward to having you back.

Dr. Trish Francetich 38:00
Awesome. Thanks.