Growing a practice isn't always easy but we all start somewhere. I was elated to be invited by Matt Bierd at Virtual LPC to be his first podcast interview.
We talked about tools to use to overcome obstacles and make the process of growth easier. Thank you Matt for the opportunity to meet with you. You are an upstanding human and I had a blast.Read More
I was so honored to be on this podcast with Matt Bierds, LPC. We had a great, real conversation about what it takes to be successful, where people get stuck, and what inspires me. I even shared my thoughts on how physical training and outside experiences can mirror what we do in building our businesses. I even share how and why "shouting expletives" might be added to one of our Business School Bootcamp checklists.Read More
Meet Katie, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Seattle, WA. I have so much gratitude that we were able to sit down together and talk through her great story of becoming a therapist. You can learn more about her work with clients and other healers at http://katiegurwell.com/
I love how her story shares that thoughtful, introverted people can be successful in private practice. I also appreciate her transparency about the perils of not having support when building a private practice.Read More
Are you wondering how to get the most out of attending a conference?
The truth is, the people who get the most of conferences are those that build relationships. No, that doesn't mean shoving your business card into a hundred people's hands- but it does mean having meaningful conversations with people and really getting to know them.
If you are introvert- look for people who you can go out for coffee or lunch with and have a good 1:1 conversation. If you are an extrovert- make sure you temper yourself so you can slow down and enjoy the individual people.
Today we are going to introduce you to another professional we met at the Annual Play Therapy Conference in Houston. Janet Courtney, Phd is passionate about children's play. She has developed amazing books and trainings programs for parents and clinicians about First Play.
We talk with her about teaching parents healthy touch, the fears that clinicians have about talking about touch in play therapy, and more. Watch this video, or listen to the interview by clicking the button below today! It is a great story of how therapists are going beyond the couch into multiple streams of income and taking their message to a wider audience.
What did you think? What questions came up for you? Learn more about Janet Courtney, Phd and her work here. Oh, and sweet Janet sent me home with one of her books to check out- I got home, spent time with my family and by the time I woke up the next morning my son had read her book! I asked him how we liked it- and he said he did- but said "you are supposed to do it with me mom!" So, there you are, 7yo approved!