Post Your Question for Irvin D. Yalom- Yes- Really!

Post your questions for Irvin D. Yalom in the comments section below

Post your questions for Irvin D. Yalom in the comments section below

We get to video interview Irvin D. Yalom for PsychCentral. Let me repeat that. Kelly Higdon and Miranda Palmer get to sit down and have a conversation with Dr. Irvin D. Yalom- the father of group psychotherapy- the still practicing 84 year old psychotherapist. 

Wow! So how did this happen? The really short story is we asked. The long story is that we have done a lot to build our business in the last few years that made it easy for Irvin D. Yalom to say yes! We will be sharing the Video Interview on PsychCentral in Spring of 2015, but we haven't interviewed him yet. And guess what that means? 

You can submit your questions! Share the burning question you would LOVE to ask Irvin D. Yalom in the comments below. You never know, we might choose one of your questions! Don't be shy- remember Yalom is a business owner, an entrepreneur, a teacher, a supervisor, he has built a speciality, launched a career as an author, and is known all over the world! These things don't just happen to most people. Most people plan for these things to happen. 

Oh- and did you know that Yalom has a new book coming out? You can pre-order your copy of Creatures of a Day here, and join me and Kelly for a book club here. I've gotten chance to read the pre-release copy and it is ah-mazing! 

Miranda Palmer

I have successfully built a cash pay psychotherapy practice from scratch on a shoestring budget. I have also failed a licensed exam by 1 point (only to have the licensing board send me a later months later saying I passed), started an online study group to ease my own isolation and have now reached thousands of therapists across the country, helped other therapists market their psychotherapy practices, and helped awesome business owners move from close to closing their doors, to being profitable in less than 6 weeks. I've failed at launching online programs. I've had wild success at launching online programs. I've made mistakes in private practice I've taught others how to avoid my mistakes. You can do this. You were called to this work. Now- go do it! Find some help or inspiration as you need it- but do the work!