Similar ideas popular now
Things I Learned After Starting a Group Practice, Part 1 | I had no clue what I was doing when I started my group practice. In some ways, my naiveté could have been what crumbled my business, but I think it’s one of the reasons why I was able to even start a group. #grouppractice #thegrouppracticeexchange #theexchange #businessresource #therapypractice #therapist #businesstips #consulting
Niching In Your Group Practice It wasn’t until I started seeing clients in private practice that I started narrowing my focus, expanding my knowledge in specific areas of mental health. But even then, I continued to market myself to e-v-e-r-y-o-n-e. There was this idea that if I wasn’t marketable to everyone, I wasn’t going to get clients. This fear is widespread in our field, often subtle, unconscious, and unspoken.
Episode 36: [Tip of the Day] Hiring Support Staff | In this episode we’re going to be talking about hiring support staff for your group practice: the when’s, the who’s, the where’s and the how’s. #grouppractice #thegrouppracticeexchange #theexchange #businessresource #therapypractice #therapist #businesstips #consulting #smallbusiness #buildingabusiness
Imposter syndrome is a beast, and can have a serious impact on your private practice. But you don't have to put up with it. Here are 11 simple things to do to take back control, so you can market your practice confidently and take back control. How to beat imposter syndrome -a guide for therapists- Jane Travis, Grow Your Private Practice #Counsellor #Counselling #Counselor #Counseling #Therapy #Therapist #MentalHealth #ImposterSyndrome #Confidence
One of the most common professional goals for my coaching clients is expanding their private practice to include life coaching services. As professionals with a depth of knowledge in personal development and goal achievement strategies, therapists are ideal candidates for the coaching profession. Despite this near perfect fit, there are some glitches for therapists when offering coaching services alongside therapy, or when choosing to become professional coaches. In this post, I focus o...