From stuck at 4 clients to waitlist, the story of a bootcamper

From stuck at 4 clients to waitlist, the story of a bootcamper

Josie had a flourishing practice in CA but when she moved to Utah and started fresh, she found what worked before just wasn’t working any longer. She had twins, lost her mom and found life demanding a new energy unlike ever before. Miranda and Josie talk about how bootcamp helped her move from sitting at a few clients to averaging 15 to 20 clients a week with a waitlist.

Be sure to listen for

  • The one thing she changed on her website that made the biggest difference

  • What specializing meant to her practice

  • What she had to let go of to move forward

  • And what makes Josie feel vulnerable about private practice

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Doubled My Caseload, Tripled Income, and Clients are Ideal

Doubled My Caseload, Tripled Income, and Clients are Ideal

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 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. 

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Erin, LCSW, RPT Private Practice Success Story

Erin, LCSW, RPT Private Practice Success Story

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, 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.

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3 Ways and Whys to Practice Gratitude in Private Practice

3 Ways and Whys to Practice Gratitude in Private Practice

Sitting down with someone who trusts you enough to share their hearts, hopes, truths, and be vulnerable is quite the honor. Whether you work as a therapist, psychologist, counselor, coach, or what particular modality you use- you know that this work is different... it is special. 

And yet, there are some days in the midst of late cancellations, billing nightmares, too empty calendars, suicidal clients, etc. that it is easy to lose focus. So today we are going to talk about 7 gratitude practices you can use in your private practice, and how each can be transformative clinically and personally. 

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Real Life Stories of Building a Private Practice with guest Jared, PhD

Real Life Stories of Building a Private Practice with guest Jared, PhD

Join us as we meet with Jared, PhD and learn about his inspirational journey from leaving academia for private practice. 

Jared is so eloquent as he describes what building a private practice has been like for him. 

He has taken a new leap into podcasting and it's a definite listen. Check out more about Jared at http://www.schoolofpsych.com/

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Building a Private Practice: Real Life Stories featuring Peg, LPC

Peg, LPC shares her journey into private practice. This is her second career and she shares what it has been like to make the transition and to still be in transition while maintaining her other career while building the practice. She is a gives a great reminder that there are many paths and ways to do private practice. Check her out at www.pegshippert.com

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Building a Private Practice: Real Life Stories with Krista, LCSW

If there is anything you learn from this series, there is no exact one way to  build a practice and Krista shares so brilliantly how her path made many turns and what it took to build the right practice for her.  Lot's of great wisdom from Krista was shared during this interview and I learned a great new resource from her as well! You can check her out at http://www.suitablesolutionstherapy.com/

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Building a Private Practice: Real Life Stories with Laura, LCSW-C

Laura has an amazing story to share about her struggles and successes in building a private practice. After working years in government and non-profit, she made the switch to private practice. Listen in for tips on how she bridged the gap and has moved off of insurance panels this year. You can find out more about Laura at her site http://www.laurareaganlcswc.com/

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Becoming a Therapist in Seattle, WA

We are excited to share another story of the journey to becoming a successful therapist in private practice. Dr. Jane Tornatore joins us from Seattle, WA to share why she decided to become a therapist, how long it took, and her journey to a full private practice. 

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Building a Private Practice: Real Life Stories Featuring Robyn, LMFT

As part of our ongoing series, today we are sharing Robyn's story of building a private practice. She shares so much wisdom in this interview. She was also super gracious because the first round the camera didn't record - so this was her second interview! If you would like to connect with Robyn you can find her at https://www.thehappycoupleexpert.com/.

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Building a Private Practice: Real Life Stories Featuring Colleen, LMFT

“If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.”  - Mother Teresa
 

I am a lover of stories as I imagine are most therapists. It is in the telling that healing occurs and in the rewriting that our paths shift into new light.

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