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Podcast #50: Are you ready for Private Pay? How to Create a Thriving Private Pay Practice

Does it seem that every person who calls you starts the conversation with, “Do you take my insurance?” That can be frustrating when your goal is more private pay clients. In this episode, I explain WHY everyone is asking that question, and how to get more phone calls from private pay clients. I even share

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Podcast #49: 5 Signs You’re Ready for a Private Pay Psychotherapy Practice

Wondering if you’re ready for that private pay practice you’ve been dreaming of? This is an exciting and scary decision, and you want to make sure you’re really ready before you go for it, right? That’s what this episode is all about. I’ve helped LOTS of therapists transition to private pay practices, and I’ve learned

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Private Practice Trends You Need to Know for 2020

2020 is upon us! As a psychotherapist in private practice, its essential that you stay on top of the trends in our industry. Over the past year, we’ve seen a huge de-stigmatization of mental health issues in general and therapy in specific. (Thank you Michael Phelps and the Royal Family.) As a result, therapy is

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Fee-for-Service Private Practice

9 Tips for Transitioning to a Fee-For-Service Private Practice

Wondering if it’s time for you to make the leap to a fee-for-service, or private pay practice? Private practice needs to create a win-win. Your client gets the high-quality therapy they deserve, and you build a thriving private practice that you love. Too often, insurance underfunding creates a win-lose scenario for therapists who accept managed

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Podcast #48: Website Trends for Psychotherapists

The website you built five years ago probably isn’t conveying your brand or your practice the way you want it to. In this episode, I speak with Perry Rosenbloom, founder of Brighter Vision, a company that specializes in creating websites for therapists. (BTW – they create AWESOME websites.) Perry says your psychotherapy website should be

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Podcast #47: Grow Your Social Media Following

Social Media. Love it or hate it, the fact of the matter is that its essential to your business. Since you have to have a social media presence, why not have one that your potential clients enjoy? In this podcast, Candice and I discuss our steps for building your social media following. We explain: The

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Podcast #46: How to get Your Phone Ringing with a Consistent Flow of Clients

The feeling of waiting for the phone to ring with a client call can be nerve-wracking. Today’s episode will teach you how to stop hoping for the phone to ring and become proactive in generating new client calls. Parenting coach, Susan Morley, talks about her own experience boosting client engagement by using avatars and lead

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Podcast #45: Tips for Highly Sensitive Therapists

Do you consider yourself a sensitive person? Most people who feel this way grow up feeling disjointed and bent out of shape. And while they can’t quite put their finger on it, they know that something is different. In today’s episode, we called upon Barbara Allen to solve this mystery. Barbara first heard about sensitivity in

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5 Musts When Starting a Private Practice

Maybe you’ve just launched your new private practice, or maybe you’re still in the planning phase. Congratulations! There has never been a better time to start a private practice. The world needs you. Your clients need you. The work that you do matters. Starting a private practice is a huge accomplishment, one that you should

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Starting a private practice

5 Ways to Save Big When Starting a New Private Practice

Starting a private practice DOES take a financial investment, so it’s important to plan carefully. The good news is that you can start a private practice for much less than it would take other businesses to launch.

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