I want to start this blog straight off by saying that it brings me no joy in not working with insurance companies. I recognize that access to mental health care is a very important issue, and one that I consider in multiple other ways in my business (which I’m sure I’ll address in another blog).… Continue reading On Giving Insurance Companies the Boot
Building your ideal private practice is much, much easier when you have someone backing you up and holding you accountable? Why? Having an accountability coach can help you stick to your timelines, move in a clear and targeted direction, and spend your time in the areas that will have the most impact. TIMELINES! Timelines are… Continue reading Three Benefits of Accountability
Stage One: Conceptualization How many years have you been dreaming of starting a private practice? For me, the idea of owning my own business wasn’t conceived until about fifteen years into my career. I was working for a residential treatment center in New Hampshire. I loved the clients with whom I worked, and my coworkers… Continue reading Moving Your Private Practice From Idea to Reality
(Or – How to stick to creating great content). Recently, I looked at Tik Tok for the first time. Ok listen, I am fully aware that I am very late to this party. I’ve been trying to stay away from social media more generally in order to maintain my mental health and use my time… Continue reading Marketing and Content Creation for Therapists
Working for yourself is an overwhelming possibility. There are so many potential elements to consider when starting a private practice that it stops many of us in our tracks. We freeze, putting off taking the leap for weeks or months or years, until we find that we’ve been in nonprofit work far longer than we… Continue reading Four elements for an ideal private practice.