Podcast #12: Branding for Psychotherapists

Imagine if you could sit down with a branding expert and get her to spill all her secrets about branding, brand loyalty, and getting publicity for your practice? Well, that’s exactly what I’ve done for you in this podcast! From. This episode is all about Facebook marketing for private practice, and in it, I even reveal “the other man” in my life!

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Podcast #11: Share Your Message with the World: Podcasting for Psychotherapists

From teacher to actor to social worker, Stuart Fensterheim, is making his mark helping couples reconnect with the people that are most important to in their lives. He does this with his direct work with couples (couples counseling as well as retreats), and he also does it with over 10,000 people in 26 countries through

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Podcast#10: Using Webinars as a Practice-Building Tool

Webinars are a fantastic way to market your practice. We see them all the time for marketing, coaching, even health and fitness. (They have been my own best source of connecting with potential clients.) But we don’t see them often from psychotherapists for the purpose of marketing private practice. That’s why when I met Tanisha

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Podcast #9: How to Eliminate “Price Shoppers” in Private Practice

A few months ago, I asked you, “What’s your biggest frustration with online marketing for your private practice?” I must admit, the #1 answer surprised me. I explain what I found and why it surprised me in this podcast episode. In this podcast, I  also invited you to attend a free training I have coming

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Podcast #8: Using Groups to Fill Your Private Practice

Many of you have heard me talk about “multiple streams of income” for your private practice. This means you are no longer relying solely on one-on-one therapy to generate revenue. Every truly successful therapist I’ve worked with has built multiple streams of income, and it would be a great way for you to add revenue

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Podcast #7: Practice Management Systems Demystified: Save Time, Money, and Frustration

Maybe you’re a bit like me… Until recently, the world of Practice Management Systems has been this big muddled up realm for me. That all changed when I did my latest podcast interview with Dr. Susan Litton, founder of PSYBooks. When I was in private practice, I used a Practice Management System that I hated:

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Podcast #6: Financial Success Is Integral to Building a Thriving Practice

Psychodrama is an experiential – relational – expressive therapy used worldwide to bring the soul into action. It consists of 3 main parts: the warm up, action and sharing and can be used with individuals, couples, families and groups. Psychodrama brings “to the stage” what lives within as a co-creation between the director, protagonist and group

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Podcast #5: Taking a Leap of Faith and Dropping Insurance Panels

As Director of Developmental Play & Attachment Therapies and adjunct Professor at Barry University, Janet Courtney’s career is centered on bringing psychological healing to children. She is an internationally recognized Play Therapist specializing in expressive therapies and attachment treatement who has invented a new process of kinesthetic storytelling, merging imagery relaxation skills with joyful first-play

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Podcast #4: The Importance of Becoming a Specialist In Your Practice

LANA M. STERN, PH.D, P.A. is a Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Parent Coordinator, Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator.  Dr. Stern has been in private practice in the Coral Gables, Florida area for the past 25 years.  She is a member of the American Psychological Association, Florida and Dade County Psychological Associations, International

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Podcast #3: The Language of Abundance and Your Practice

Gerda’s innovative and transformative couples’ retreat evolved out of her own life transformation and the course of her practice. Gerda has used the Language of Abundance to turn a mere dream into a reality. Gerda became interested in human behavior relatively early on, especially how so much of our belief systems stem from childhood experiences

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