Whether you’re a couples therapist, family counselor, or a psychotherapist specializing in a unique niche you likely entered your career with one primary goal in mind: to help people improve their lives.
Although money wasn’t the driving motivation behind your pursuit, paying bills is a reality nobody can avoid. (more…)
When things aren’t going well for you as a therapist, coach, or counselor, it’s hard not to doubt yourself. You may wonder, is this a sign that I lack knowledge or skill? Have I failed to understand my client’s problem? Am I even (more…)
January 20th, 2016 research physiologist Bonnie Lynch, Ph.D. sat down with marketing specialist Becky DeGrossa to deliver a webinar about how therapists can overcome their self-doubt in and increase their business in 2016. Studies indicate that that there is a strong relationship between self-doubt and poor performance, (more…)
When I started my private practice in 2006, it didn’t take long before I realized that my phone wasn’t going to automatically ring off the hook with client calls. I had to actually market myself, and that was a scary thought! Whatever stage you are in with your private practice, (more…)
Learning how to charge what you’re worth can be a struggle for many therapists. Because this is a key piece to growing your practice, we invited Dr. Dori Gatter, a successful psychologist in West Hartford, to share her experience.
Chances are, you have struggled with time management at one point or another in your life. We sure know we have. Because we all could learn how to manage our time a little better, we invited James Davidson, founder of Davidson Counseling Group, to share his experience with time management. (more…)