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.Read More
Are you ready for a Private Practice Challenge that will improve your clinical outcomes and increase your income?
Websites are an essential part of your online presence when marketing your practice. This week we are going to cover your options and discuss what you need to get started or revamp.Read More
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.Read More
Mistakes - we all make them. But the best thing about having people forge paths ahead is that you can learn from others. So we put together some of the top fee mistakes we see counselors make in private practice.Read More
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?Read More
2017 is almost here! Are you ready? Well, we want to help you get prepared with your business plan.
Wait! Don't go away! This is important. we know for some of you, the thought of a business plan makes your head want to spin. So let's break it down.Read More
First I want to acknowledge, this article is about my story, which is within a specific faith. I hope the lessons presented are applicable to any faith– Muslim, Jew, Agnostic, and others. Any and all are welcome to take what resonates and leave the rest.
Second, believe it or not, I have written this blog about 3 or 4 times, each time starting over with a blank piece of paper. My hope is this is the clearest version.Read More
When I was in graduate school, getting therapy seemed like a no-brainer. At that time, the state “bribed” prelicensed therapists by counting each hour of therapy as 3 hours towards the 3,000 hours needed to apply to take exams. So… without any particular crisis in place… I went on the search for therapy…
As I explored my needs, I thought it would be helpful to have a professional therapist who understood my faith in a higher power and wouldn't think I was “weird.” IRead More
For most therapists, the primary way clients find you these days is online. People type keywords into Google, or another online search engine, and are presented with tons of options. Understandably, therapists that are at the top of search engine results attract the most visitors to their websites and are able to more easily fill up their caseload. The question is, how do you get to the top of online search results?Read More
Every time we have a bootcamp - we host a fun filled 90 minute Launch Party with a ton of giveaways.
We would love love love for you to join us. Plus you will get to meet other therapists who like you desire to build a successful private practice with integrity and impact in their communities.Read More
Mass emails to clients in the form of monthly newsletters and occasional company updates are fashionable across all industries. While a one-size-fits-all approach to email communication works well in some cases—for instance, to parents of children attending a daycare or to fans of an entertainer—many businesses offering a product or service are realizing their audience needs more targeted messaging.
Private practices owners especially benefit from a better communication strategy—specifically, segmenting their email marketing strategy. Consider the following:Read More