I've known Leslie a couple of years and you will find after listening to her in the podcast, any amount of time spent with her will touch your heart. She has a group practice, is a trainer, a speaker, an advocate and an author. Leslie shares how she runs her group practice and how she manages her multiple passions. There are many lessons to be learned and I am so excited for you to hear her story. To check out Leslie, click here and to purchase her book click here.
As we are talking more about multiple streams of income, we thought it would be valuable for you to hear from Jamie Stacks, LPC. She has a thriving practice in Arkansas and is the founder of Real Self Care for Therapists. We talk about how your story influences your growth, the biggest learning curve she has experienced and how she is starting a revolution to help therapists heal their burn out. In this interview we talk about the free CEU you can get from her and her other courses and curriculums...just click here to learn more.
Therapy is a beautiful blend of art and science. In many ways, therapy is a creative process. Naturally, if you are a therapist in private practice, that creativity can be translated beyond the couch and into your business.
There is a lot to creating multiple streams of income in your practice, but before you start, here are some things you need to know.Read More
"I hear that running courses can make you a lot of money, so I started thinking about what kind of course I could do online."
"I have a friend who is an author and I want to write a book, how do I make it profitable?"
"I saw someone run couples retreats, I want to do that!"Read More
We've known Maelisa a long time. You might know her too from QAprep.com But what you may not know is she started QAprep first and now is building her private practice. What's even more interesting are the services she offers in her private practice...again...like last week, it's out of the box. Check it out!Read More
Rickie Palmer Mental health stigma is still prevalent in our culture. For some areas, it is truly evident and it impacts if, when and how people get help. Rickie Palmer lives in an area where culturally, therapy is something that is court mandated or forced on you. She will share how she has built a successful practice, with a specific niche, on only 1 insurance panel, in an area where she was told it couldn't be done. Mental health stigma is still prevelant in our culture. For some areas, it is truly evident and it impacts if, when and how people get help. Rickie Palmer lives in an area where culturally, therapy is something that is court mandated or forced on you. She will share how she has built a successful practice, with a specific niche, on only 1 insurance panel, in an area where she was told it couldn't be done.Read More
Last time we talked about creating opportunities for conversations that make change in person. Today, we will talk about how this could be translated into the online world. I want to start with an important note. We want to encourage you to get OFF of the computer, out of your chair, and out into the world this summer! Create some clear boundaries around how much time you will spend online and what your focus will be! Make it about connecting and building relationships.Read More
Hopefully you have been writing down your responses to the questions we challenged you to answer previously on how to make a difference and have fun here. Remember, while we are going to be sharing ideas on how to make a difference and have fun, ultimately the best plan is one that you tweak and align with who you are, your values, and what really gets you excited and turned on! (Yep… I said turned on, as in fired up… energized!)Read More