Starting a Counseling Practice Part 3: Your Business Plan

Starting a Counseling Practice Part 3: Your Business Plan

The four little words that strike fear into the hearts of therapists “Create a Business Plan.” We’ve already talked about how we’ve found that less than 15% of therapists in private practice report having a business plan, and how that negatively impacts them.

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Real Life Stories with Mia

Real Life Stories with Mia

Meet Mia, LCSW who shares a story I think every therapist needs to hear. Mia has built her practice in a short amount of time and in this interview she shares how. You can check out Mia at http://counselingmerced.com.

Thank you Mia for sharing your wisdom. 

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Costs For NOT Starting A Private Practice

Costs For NOT Starting A Private Practice

20 mustard yellow charts sat on my desk, all needing to be approved for compliance. I had meeting with clinicians to review cases - cases being people who were struggling and really depending on our agency to help them. There was a complaint at the front desk that I needed to respond to as well as staffing questions. Really? This was it? This is what I spent all my time in school for? I loved the people I worked with, but the work itself was getting so hard. 

I remember dreaming about my work. I never envisioned private practice really. I just envisioned the people and being in a room with someone, holding something so sacred that no one else was privy to. I remember wanting to simply help. 

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Integrating You into Private Practice : Interview with Renee, LMFT

I had met Renee online and just had an instant resonance with what she would share. She was kind enough to offer to meet for this interview where we talk about what it means to be out of the box as a therapist, how to integrate spirituality and be true to who you are while remaining ethical and impactful in your work.

Thank you Renee for sharing your wisdom. I am grateful. To learn from Renee or to book a consult with her - visit her site here. 

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5 Reasons Why You Should Join Bootcamp

5 Reasons Why You Should Join Bootcamp

You may have thought about joining our bootcamp or this might be the first time you have heard of it. You can learn more about it here.

So I wanted to breakdown the top 5 reason why you should consider bootcamp.

5. Start Now. We give immediate access to an initial consult script and jumpstart modules so you can start working on your practice immediately. 

4. Current Training. Every round of bootcamp (twice a year) parts of the trainings are up dated to stay current and relevant with what is going on in the business and marketing world. 

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Musts for a Successful Crowdfunding Project

Musts for a Successful Crowdfunding Project

This is the fourth article in Rob Reinhardt's special traveling blog series on crowdfunding. At the end of this article, you'll find a link to the next article in this series, located on another blog I find valuable for mental health professionals. Continue to follow the links to read all four articles and get introduced to valuable authors and content!

Musts for a Successful Crowdfunding Project 

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