Welcome to The Non-Clinical PT!
If you’re new here, you might be feeling pretty excited…and a little overwhelmed.
Maybe you arrived at this page thinking there was NOTHING you could do with that PT/A, OT/A, or SLP/A background, beyond simply treating patients.
That’s simply not the case, and I created this site to help you discover your options 🙂
There’s a lot of excellent information available on this website. This page will help you discover some of our top resources, and get answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Non-Clinical 101 is my flagship course, with over 1000 students so far. It’s a comprehensive (20+ hours, 25 career paths!), self-paced, online course with rave reviews from countless PT/OT/SLP professionals. This is the most convenient, streamlined, and effective way to make the transition out of patient care. This is ideal for people who know they want to pursue non-clinical work, but aren’t sure what’s out there or where to start. Non-Clinical 101 includes ALL of our Crash Courses.
I put together a free mini course that provides a strategic look at what it means to go non-clinical, including the main considerations you’ll need to be successful in your transition.
I have a TON of spotlights on various rehab professionals in non-clinical roles. This is a great place to explore the types of roles that are out there!
Our free Facebook group with over 25,000 members. Find others following your same path, and network your heart out here. 🙂 We strive to make this group a positive and supportive place.
I have negotiated discounts and relationships with some of my favorite players in the non-clinical space. Check it out, and save some cash!
Looking for a non-clinical job? Join my e-mail list. Most Sundays, you’ll get non-clinical job listings, discounts on non-clinical courses, and more!
We often have to work too hard to be considered for non-clinical roles. Get involved with advocacy to change things for the better!
Are you a non-clinical entrepreneur? If you’re looking for some tools that can help you along the way, we’ve got you covered.
Have you thought of going non-clinical, but aren’t quite ready yet? We’ve got some tips for those of you who are still staying clinical.
If you’re spinning your wheels a bit, don’t worry because I’ve got your back! I have spent the last few years putting together a suite of premium resources that are exactly what I wish I had when I went non-clinical back in the day. 🙂
This is my flagship course, with over 1000 students so far. It’s a comprehensive (20+ hours, 25 career paths!), self-paced, online course with rave reviews from countless PT/OT/SLP professionals. This is the most convenient, streamlined, and effective way to make the transition out of patient care. This is ideal for people who know they want to pursue non-clinical work, but aren’t sure what’s out there or where to start. Non-Clinical 101 includes ALL of our Crash Courses.
Each crash course has a video which covers what the career involves, the education/experience required to get there, what to put in your resume and cover letter, and interview tips. You also get several ATS-compliant resume templates and cover letter examples. Crash courses are ideal for people who know what they want to do, but want some guidance to make it happen.
A budget option. This is a general non-clinical starter pack of ATS-compliant sample non-clinical resumes and cover letters, a list of recommended non-clinical job search terms, and an interview preparation packet. This is a non-specific packet for those who simply want some resume templates and basic preparation for non-clinical interviews.
Want to be a blogger? Eager to learn the strategies that let me earn a full-time income from The Non-Clinical PT? I teamed up with Chanda from Pink Oatmeal to create a fun, informative course on blogging as a therapy professional. Covers branding, strategy, search engine optimization (SEO), email list building, sales techniques, marketing copywriting, and more.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
I’m lost, and I need advice. Can you help me?
If you don’t already have an idea of what you want to do next, I strongly recommend you take Non-Clinical 101. I designed the course to help people exactly like you. It’s meant to be your sidekick on your journey, walking you through the discovery phase all the way through negotiating your first non-clinical salary. It is filled with insightful exercises to help you discover your true passions and inherent strengths, and match them with the right non-clinical careers.
I know exactly what I want to do, but I don’t know how to get there. Can you help me?
I just need help with my resume. Can you help me?
Non-Clinical 101 comes with 40+ ATS-friendly non-clinical resumes tailored for specific non-clinical career paths, which you can adapt to your own needs. I also offer resume reviews as an affordable paid upgrade to Non-Clinical 101 grads who want feedback before applying to specific jobs. If you KNOW what you want to do, there are ATS-friendly resume examples in each of my Non-Clinical Career Crash Courses. And, if you simply want a few nonspecific ATS-friendly non-clinical resume templates to get you started, you can get my General Non-Clinical Job Seeker Starter Pack, which comes with 2 templates, cover letter samples, job search terms, and an interview preparation packet.
Which companies hire PT/As, OT/As, and SLP/As into non-clinical roles?
I have a comprehensive list of these companies, with more added regularly, available exclusively to Non-Clinical 101 students as part of the course.
Should I keep my license active if I leave patient care?
Yes, you should 100% keep your license active, as many non-clinical roles require an active clinical license. That said, there are plenty of non-clinical roles that don’t require a license! So, if you want to have as many options available to you as possible, it’s best to keep your license.
I have started consulting! How should I price myself?
In Non-Clinical 101, we cover consulting as a career path AND have an additional bonus module all about positioning and pricing yourself as a consultant!
Where can I go for CEUs if I don’t want to do patient care anymore?
That’s a great question! I highly recommend MedBridge Education, as it’s the most comprehensive and offers the MOST non-clinical CEUs. Best of all, you can use our affiliate discount code NONCLINICALPT for $175 off a membership!
I want to be a blogger, like you! Where do I start?
You’re in luck! I teamed up with Chanda Jothen of Pink Oatmeal to create a comprehensive course called Therapy Blogging 101.
I can’t afford your courses! Can you help me anyway?
I offer many free resources, and you can find them linked at the top of this page.
I’ve found that giving away my premium resources has one effect: the recipients do not use them. When you have skin in the game, you take action. I have priced my courses in a way that reflects their value, as well as the amount of time and energy you need to commit to making a real change in your career. Be sure to join my free email list, as you’ll be alerted when my resources go on sale!
I’m a new grad! Can I land a non-clinical role?
Absolutely! In fact, you’re better qualified for some roles than others, simply because you have more recent exposure to things like boards (think NPTE prep companies) or the latest in digital media/marketing. Non-Clinical 101 covers which types of roles work best for each person’s background and experience.
My company is hiring, or I have a job posting to share! Can you post it for me?
To include your job posting in my e-mail blasts to subscribers, please go here to submit a job posting for consideration.