Tidying Up My Practice Step 4: Time Management and Processes

Tidying Up My Practice Step 4: Time Management and Processes

Starting and growing a private practice can be a real time suck. There are so many things to accomplish and to balance the management of the business along with the clinical work, well it’s often something we don’t plan for. So all the management stuff gets shoved in between appointments with clients, or late nights after the kids have gone to bed.

In the beginning, it can be fun. It’s like finding a new love. You are all excited and have a new found energy. But over time, you get comfortable and maintaining that kind of energy long term can really wear you down.

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Tidying Up My Practice Step 3: Business Boundaries

Tidying Up My Practice Step 3: Business Boundaries

I know you talk about boundaries in your clinical practice regularly. From the outside looking in, it is always so clear. We can see the places that people aren’t speaking their truth. We can see the impact of putting other people’s needs before own’s in a way that is unhealthy and detrimental (as opposed to in a giving back, act of service sort of way). As we reflect, explore, and delve deeper we can often help our clients create that beautiful connection that lets them see the why and how of this pattern and develop new ways of being.

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My Awesome Practice: Tidying Up for 2018

My Awesome Practice: Tidying Up for 2018

We talk to therapists all the time who LOVE what they do, but they feel a little trapped with the business and process task of running their private practice. Creating an awesome practice that you love doesn’t often happen by accident. And what you need to feel confident, secure, and happy as a business owner will change over time.

Tidying Up Your Private Practice

You see it everywhere right now, people taking a deeper look at processes, stuff, and life focus. Whether it is the KonMari method, documentaries on minimalism, or the TinyHouse movement many of us are looking to simplify, declutter, and refocus on what really matters. Your business impacts your life in many ways. There are a few simple truths about business:

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