Mentorship and Adding Clinicians to Your Private Practice

Mentorship and Adding Clinicians to Your Private Practice

You are a leader, a teacher, a person who wants to support others in sharing their gifts with the world. We think that is great!

Before you add a clinician to your practice, we want you to know that part of being an amazing mentor to those around you, you need a solid business that works for you. You have to take care of you before you take care of others.

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Therapists Know How To Party

Therapists Know How To Party

Is running your business fun? We spent a lot of time in the chair, listening, containing, guiding and creating. It's a beautiful kind of work. It's also what many refer to as "the meat" or their purpose. The business stuff, might make you feel a bit... meh. 

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How To Make Money As A Counselor

How To Make Money As A Counselor

Being a private practice coach has afforded me the opportunity to speak to many counselors, psychologists, therapists and other healers. It has only confirmed that there is no one way to serve the world with your talents and skills.

However, there are some necessary elements if you want to generate an income.

Why are we talking about money?

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Essential End of Year Private Practice Checklist

Essential End of Year Private Practice Checklist

We are coming to the end of the year. This is a wonderful time to assess, re-assess, get organized, and a make a great plan for next year. So today, we are going to share a checklist of items to assess. Most of these items could be a blog article by themselves, so for today we are just going to make one handy-dandy list as a starting point! 

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Faith & Private Practice

Faith & Private Practice

Faith Based Counseling: Culturally Competent or Unethical?

Treatment plan for client with mild depression and anxiety symptoms.

Short term goals: Instill hope for the future. Identify maladaptive beliefs that exacerbate depression and anxiety symptoms. Replace maladaptive beliefs with more true beliefs. Client will be able to practice emotional management skills inside and outside of times of stress. Client will expand support network and reach out for support more frequently. 

Interventions: Cognitive behavioral therapy including bibliotherapy, journaling, affirmation work, and practicing forms of meditation in and out of session. Encourage and support pro-community behaviors and reaching out to support networks. 

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