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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Redefining Success: An Interview with an ADHD Specialist

Redefining Success: An Interview with an ADHD Specialist

After working in community mental health for 3 years, Gabriel realized it wasn’t something he could sustain. He already had another successful business and he was ready to start another. But this time, he didn’t want it to be so challenging.

In this interview you will learn:

  • How to ditch googling for answers and get a structured plan

  • Why you might delay opportunity and growth at times

  • How to create a win win for yourself, your family and your clients

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How a Relationship Therapist in San Francisco Found His Dating Therapy Niche

How a Relationship Therapist in San Francisco Found His Dating Therapy Niche

Being a relationship therapist in San Francisco can be scary! There a lot of therapists in a small geographical area, and there is a lot of stiff competition for getting to the first page of Google. So, what do you do when you are in a saturated market?

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Open to Improve Clinical Outcomes & Increase Your Income in 2019

Open to Improve Clinical Outcomes & Increase Your Income in 2019

(If you haven’t heard about the FREE 2019 Private Practice Challenge click here to grab one of our limited seats. We will spend 5 weeks together focused on improving clinical outcomes AND improving your business and income for 2019!)

I know you. It wouldn’t matter if your income doubled if you didn’t feel good about the work you were doing with clients. One of the things that they don’t teach us in grad school is that the business decisions we make can absolutely impact our clinical care and outcomes.

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Free 2019 Private Practice Challenge!

Free 2019 Private Practice Challenge!

Are you ready for 2019 to be your happiest, and most profitable year in private practice yet? Join the FREE Private Practice Challenge for 2019. For five weeks we will work together to get you the inspiration, information, and direction you need to start 2019 off right for a focused, and profitable year in private practice.


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30 Years of Private Practice Success: Clinically I Feel Rejuvenated

30 Years of Private Practice Success: Clinically I Feel Rejuvenated

Some of you have watched Gary, PhD a therapist in Los Angeles in our Private Practice Success Stories video. Today, I was working on sending out an email and stumbled upon this standalone video that Gary recorded just 6 weeks after bootcamp after his first round of bootcamp. He got me to tear up and he has a real conversation about what it means to take a look at your practice when you are established as a therapist. 

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Gaining the Confidence to Charge and Receive Your Full Fee

So many therapists work for months, years, or even decades making a wage that doesn't really allow them to survive. When they start to look at opening up a private practice, it becomes impossible to imagine being valued financially, or otherwise. 

Many therapists have had these doubts. Listen to stories below of moving through that fear, making the changes, and creating a business plan that truly worked. 

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Investing in Your Business: The Good and the Bad

Investing in Your Business: The Good and the Bad

What do you need? What do you want? What are you REALLY looking for? Your clients often come into you with a surface symptom, complaint, or desire. But, when we dig deeper we find the real gold in that experience. Mercedes, LCSW shares her journey in teasing out her big vision, her real passion, and getting to know deeply how to run a business that was the perfect fit for her. 

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Is your Money Story Impacting Your Private Practice?

Is your Money Story Impacting Your Private Practice?

As therapists, we LOVE to tend to love to see the big picture and help people find the path to ease in making deep changes in their life. Often, that shift happens when people become aware of what is driving them to repeat old patterns that don't serve their current life, circumstances, and goals. 

And yet, when you talk to therapists about private practice finances or the financial success of a business, it often gets boiled down to- am I attracting enough clients? As a business owner, you can have a full private practice, and still not make a profit!

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Real Life Stories in Private Practice with Rebecca, LMFT

Real Life Stories in Private Practice with Rebecca, LMFT

Rebecca, LMFT is a therapist in Riverside, CA who specializes in working with interfaith couples and those who have left their religion. This interview is full of gems as Rebecca shares about her money blocks, tools she used, the process of getting her practice started, and picking a niche. You can check Rebecca out at http://www.rebeccawilliamstherapy.com/. Thank you Rebecca for sharing your story.

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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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