Podcast #29: 5 Lessons Learned from $21,572 in Facebook Advertising

Podcast #22: Integrating Online Therapy into Your Practice

Online therapy. We’re all intrigued by it, right? But is it really effective? How does it work exactly? How do you handle the legal & ethical issues? Well, we’ve got the answers right here. In this podcast, I interview Steve Bisson, LMHC, who has been doing online counseling for 2 years. In this interview, Steve shares:…

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Podcast #29: 5 Lessons Learned from $21,572 in Facebook Advertising

Podcast #17: Creating Your Dream Practice

Transformation. That’s the word that best describes this podcast interview I did with Dr. Elizabeth Magro. Her journey of transformation is so inspirational, because, like most of us, private practice success didn’t happen automatically for Beth. She had to figure it out as she went, and what she created is amazing. Beth has built what she…

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Podcast #29: 5 Lessons Learned from $21,572 in Facebook Advertising

Podcast #16: Moving Past Your Limitations

Susanne Mealer, LCSW, started as one of my first coaching and training clients, and has turned in to a dear friend. Susanne is an author and international speaker, in addition to running a successful private practice specializing in treating trauma and dissociation.

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Podcast #29: 5 Lessons Learned from $21,572 in Facebook Advertising

Podcast #15: Not charging for missed sessions? Big Mistake

I stumbled upon this article by Marty Cooper, MFT, recently: “Greedy Bastards!”: or, Why Paying for Missed Therapy Sessions is Good for You! Before I even read the article, I knew it was going to be good.

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Stopping at the Start

“Most people stop at the start.” Bob Proctor The first time I heard this quote, it was like a shock of electricity ran through me. I realized immediately that I was one of those who has spent way too much time stopping at the start. Maybe you’re like me, and you just intuitively get this…

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The 7 Lies Therapists Tell Themselves That Keep Them Struggling, Broke, and Overwhelmed

We all have these little lies we tell ourselves. We even have the little lies that we tell each other. Often these little lies help us get through difficult situations. (One of my favorite little lies to myself at the moment is “my kids are just about to reach the age where they stop fighting…

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REALLY Understanding your Ideal Client

Yesterday, I had an amazing experience with someone who truly, deeply understood her ideal client. In fact, she understands them so well, her entire business is built around serving their needs. Now you know I’ve been nagging encouraging you all to really understand your ideal client. It’s truly an evolutionary process, but once you get…

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Are you costing yourself clients?

Here’s a quick quiz. What do you do when a new client calls? Let it go to voice mail and don’t return the call. Return the call as soon as possible; otherwise, they’ll schedule with another therapist first. Take the call and sort of fumble my way through it, hoping they don’t hear the uncertainty…

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Barriers to Freedom

In my last post, I shared with you what freedom means to me, and how much I appreciate the freedom I’ve created in my life. For many of us, this is exactly what brought us into the field. The freedom to make a difference in the world without sacrificing the lifestyle we envision for ourselves.…

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