This is the end of our When Life Happens series and we are closing out with a beautiful, vulnerable interview with Dr. Jared DeFife as we talk about fatherhood and private practice. We cover what it was like before pregnancy, during and after. Take a listen! Dr. Jared DeFife is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Atlanta, GA.Read More
We learn to cope with what life throws our way and often look to our business to be a refuge, the thing that remains consistent. But sometimes what life throws your way can mess with your hormones, emotions, and your scheduled. Erika Laubuzan-Lopez, MFT, LPC shares her journey through infertility and having two kiddos while growing her private practice as well as owning a group practice. Take a listen below!Read More
Tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, blizzards...we feel like we have seen it all in our bootcampers. Dr. Erika Martinez of Envision Wellness shares her experience of running a practice while handling the aftermath of a hurricane. We hope this inspires you to start putting into your informed consent an emergency plan for clients as well as do the things you can do to prepare in the event something does happen.Read More
This week we are talking about something you would think would be exciting for everyone, but truth is, getting married can also be stressful and it can impact your private practice. Whether it's time being taken away from your business focus or processing the reaction of your clients, sometimes the best of things in life can also be hard. Check out what Kayce Hodos, LPC has to say about getting married while in private practice and how her own experience have led her to her niche in private practice.
Lanie Smith is a registered art therapist and vitality coach who knows what it means to burn out when you are in private practice. She also knows what it takes to turn it around. We encourage you to listen with an open heart and look inward, to find your own needs for space and rest. Check out Lanie here.Read More
Once a year we pull back the curtain on our flagship business training for therapists. We want you to really see what is involved in your LIFETIME membership when you sign up. Press play and find out why after this video we had a flurry of last minute applications to enroll in the Business School Bootcamp for Therapists. So -
Drum roll please......Read More
Stories are powerful. A lot of pre-licensed therapists hear, and perpetuate the belief that "I'm just an intern" "I'm just pre-licensed." "When I'm licensed, I will..." "When I'm licensed I can...."
While it is true that there are paramaters as a pre-licensed therapists most of the parameters I come in contact with from pre-licensed therapists have nothing to do with law, ethics, or what is best for the client. JoAnne B. Kim is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist in San Jose, Ca who is an excellent example of someone who is doing the work.
Listen to her share her journey from working in an agency sitting a windowless cubicle having a powerful ahah moment after watching this private practice vision training to creating a private practice that creates a win/win/win for her, her clients, and the therapists in her community.Read More
You better take what you can get… something is better than nothing… somebody is better than nobody…
Have you heard that, thought that, or told someone else that when talking about private practice? Do you know what that leads to?
Erin Bennetts, LCSW, RPT play therapist in Littleton, CO shares her journey of private practice. Before bootcamp she was 60% full, seeing 10-12 clients a week mostly reduced fee clients, barely paying the bills, and accruing debt.Read More
It's story time. But it isn't just a story about a person who wins all the time because that is called a fairy tale. We are talking real stories - where people fail, get confused, find their way, change direction, fight some battles and honestly embrace the whole of the journey while falling upward.Read More
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.
"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