Psychotherapy Practice-Building: Managed Care

Is it possible to build a fee-for-service private practice anymore? Can you attract the therapy client you’ve been looking for, or are you required to accept managed care to make ends meet? This is a decision that many therapists struggle with when they are building private practices. And it is a question that many therapists

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#1 Social Media Mistake for Psychotherapists

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Practice-Building Resources for Psychotherapists

Early in 2010, I started offering workshops for local therapists to help them get new counseling clients and build their private practices. As word spread, I began getting inquiries from therapists all over the country. As the demand for my services grew, I began to get overextended. As many of you who have worked with

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Being a Therapist is a bit Like Being an Actor

Stumbled across this quote today: “For most actors, success is achieved through study, struggle, preparation, infinite trial and error, training, discipline, experience and work!” – Robert Cohen Granted, this is for acting, but if you change the word “actor” to “therapist”, doesn’t it apply to us as well. And in our profession, we have to struggle not

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Psychotherapy Practice-Building Tip: Confirming with Clients

“Do you call and confirm with new clients prior to your first session? Do you have a problem with them no-showing?” Katie Lemieux, LMFT No, I don’t call to confirm new clients as a matter of course. And no, I don’t have a problem with them no-showing. (Trying to remember the last time I had

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