2019 is going to be THE year for not only more income but BETTER outcomes in your practice. Our first week in the series was all about Private Practice Vision and how it impacts clinical outcomes AND income! Your private practice vision is Step 1 in creating your private practice business plan as a therapist.
In this training we talked about how to create a vision that will be the cornerstone for your private practice. We address some of the tops myths about success and how to start making changes whether you are starting out or have been in private practice for decades.
We are in the midst of our private practice challenge and we feel so alive talking to clinicians across the globe about their practices and the importance of outcomes to them and to their clients. In this podcast we delve into why outcomes matter, how outcomes inform your planning and your income, and how to integrate outcomes into your business starting now.
I know that in a few weeks we will be spending 5 weeks together LIVE talking about the many ways that you can improve clinical outcomes while also increasing your private practice income. But, I wanted to talk about something amazing and tangible that you can start doing TODAY in private practice. While you can do this ANYTIME (and you should do it regularly), this is something that is lovely to do at the close/start of a year.
(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.
I see people on therapist groups talking about how successful private practice is dying or unrealistic because of insurance rates, stigma, or insert whatever other reason here. And, it frustrates me.
Do you even know what questions to ask when launching a passive income stream? The truth is, you don’t know what you don’t know. That is especially true when we start to explore the additional moving parts present in income streams that are online, virtual, written, or recorded. We know how to ensure our direct services are protected, but passive income is a whole new world.
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.
Uriah Guilford, LMFT is a private practice owner and founder of productivetherapist.com He shares his own experience of developing other streams of income and how a virtual assistant can help with the process. He and Kelly have a wonderful conversation that will help inspire you about passive income, while also helping you explore what a virtual assistant can and cannot do.
Are you completely stuck and shut down when it comes to even listing out passive income ideas? Sometimes when we’ve been working for a long time, are burnt out, or fearful our creativity can get completely hampered. Sometimes, looking at passive income ideas can help unlock that creativity. So, today, I am going to list many passive income ideas!
You’ve done a LOT of work to build your business to a place now where it is flowing, sustaining, and a full-time income. You’ve got the amount of clients that you need or want, maybe more than you need or want. Now you finally have some room to pause, reflect, and develop something that elegantly adds to your business, while also serving you, your clients, and your community!
Ok- so you’ve dug deep into your business and you’ve streamlined to create some time. You’ve looked at your current business plan in your business and taken steps to ensure your CURRENT stream of income is truly profitable and done the work needed to tweak it if it isn’t (raising your fee, dropping that insurance panel that pays terribly, etc.) Now it is time to set up your current business and current stream of income for a 4 month vacation.
I know… I know… your money issue is that you need income coming in… But, is that it? Whatever issues you have with money in your personal life, in your business finances, and your business plan- those patterns tend to track to any new venture including one relating to passive income.
You love your work. You love helping people. But, you’ve realized you can only see so many clients and do really great work. Or, maybe you’ve realized that the kind of work you’ve done for so many years is starting to wear on your body in a way that you need some time to recover. Or, maybe you just want to live debt free or send your kid to college. Whatever the reason, you are searching for how to make more money, or passive income ideas, or passive income for therapists for inspiration and how-tos.
This interview was a tad vulnerable for me. I'm introducing my husband for the first time to our community. He's a gem. Patient, calm, and generally quiet, I was able to get him to share his experience of watching me build my practice. We also talk about what it's like for me to be on the other side, watching him in his new endeavor of running a bookkeeping business.
This conversation is from our Business School Bootcamp. We've been opening up the conversation about diversity in private practice, Dr. Joy offered to start the conversation for our bootcamp community and now we want to share it with you. We are grateful to learn from her. You can check out Joy here.
Do you ever feel like you just want to get out of the box that you are in? We've all been brought up with certain norms in our industry. Some of these have been great and some of these have limited access and care of our communities. Today's podcast is all about innovating and being on the precipice of change in our industry. Listen in as Katie and Curt share what motivates them to push for change through discourse amongst people who are on the cutting edge in our field.
As a therapist in private practice or starting a counseling practice you are on the front lines with clients. That gives you a unique window into seeing what is, and is not working with clients, and noticing themes. You may at one point consider confirming some of these hypotheses through research. While performing research while in school isn't easy, there is a LOT of support.
When you hear the term brand, what comes to mind? Color, fonts, and website are often top of the line. Today we have Samara from the BeBrandConfident sharing her thoughts on what makes a brand, why you need a brand and how to get started. Her joy and passion about branding is contagious. Take a listen!
Want to avoid the common mistakes most clinicians make in private practice? Wonder what those mistakes are?
When we first started in private practice over a decade ago, there weren’t a lot practice building resources at the time. We were forced to learn everything the hard way and made a ton of mistakes along our journey growing our private practices to 6 figures in less than 2 years.
This is the end of our When Life Happens series and we are closing out with a beautiful, vulnerable interview with Dr. Jared as we talk about fatherhood and private practice. We cover what it was like before pregnancy, during and after. Take a listen! Dr. Jared DeFife is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Atlanta, GA.
It's common and yet we don't talk about. That's why I am thankful Dr. Jean braved the podcast to share her story about divorce and its impact on her private practice. She shares her advice on what to do if you are facing the divorce process and I really appreciated her openness to all of my questions. Check it out!
Being single, running your own business while still holding hope for finding your person to share all of your ups and downs with can be a challenge. Aprile, D.M.F.T., LMFT, is an online therapist and mental health advocate in South Florida specializing in trauma, anxiety, grief, depression, and burnout. Her aim is to bridge the gap of access to mental health care and support services in today’s modern age, and create technology and online platforms to work for these things.
We learn to cope with what life throws our way and often look to our business to be a refuge, the thing that remains consistent. But sometimes what life throws your way can mess with your hormones, emotions, and your scheduled. Erika, MFT, LPC shares her journey through infertility and having two kiddos while growing her private practice as well as owning a group practice. Take a listen below!
It can be excited to grow your family but it definitely comes with its challenges, especially when you add a human into your life while building a business. Saba, MFT shares her experience of having her daughter and now being pregnant with kiddo #2 while building her group practice.
Tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, blizzards...we feel like we have seen it all in our bootcampers. Dr. Erika of Envision Wellness shares her experience of running a practice while handling the aftermath of a hurricane. We hope this inspires you to start putting into your informed consent an emergency plan for clients as well as do the things you can do to prepare in the event something does happen.
At some point, we may find ourselves moving out of the role of child, parent, spouse, friend, or family member and into the role of caregiver. It maybe a role we embrace and it can also be a role that consumes. Today Karen, shares her journey through caregiving for her mother, while still having kids at home and building a private practice. She specializes in working with caregivers in her practice here.
It's something none of us want to happen. Losing the love of our life, our life partner, our co-parent can be one of the most devastating losses. Donna, LCSW is an analyst in Manhatten who lost her husband in January of 2017. This was a poignant conversation that we hope will touch your heart like it touched ours.
It's an issue that we often face when coaching our clients. Spending, debt, and money shame is something many private practice owners face. Adding this topic to the series may seem a little counter-intuitive. But losing grasp on your financial management can happen to any of us whether it be from a crisis that arose or from sticking our head in the sand about the financial decisions we need to face in our daily lives. Mallory, LCSW shares her experience with debt, spending and variable income in private practice.
While we consider ourselves fortunate to have had a partnership work out, we also know the challenges that come with a business marriage. That's right, forming a business with a partner is like getting married! Gina, PhD founder of Bay State Counseling and Wellness Center shares her experience of starting a practice with a business partner and the process of coming to terms with separating from her partner.
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