Tools for private practice

Ah! I am back, after a rather unpleasant five days of fever/coughing and feeling generally really crummy. I am still sounding like a one-man band but feeling back to myself. It’s not easy for a normally high energy person like me to be sidelined for this long, but I was a good girl and got lots of rest and drank more lemon tea than you can shake a stick at. I have a bit of a backlog of resources I would like to share with you, so I’ll post them in the coming days. One of them is from Lynn Grodzki and is intended for anyone out there wanting to launch a private practice or needing more help with the marketing/financial aspects of their existing practice. Lynn is a highly accomplished therapist who has written several excellent books on the business aspects of running and maintaining a successful private practice. I recently read “Building your Ideal Private Practice: A Guide for Therapists and Other Healing Professionals” and found it was filled with invaluable information on identifying your niche clientele, establishing realistic goals and making sure you take smart, calculated risks with integrity. Lynn also writes a regular newsletter which you can subscribe to and she very generously shared all her books with me when I sent her a quick email.

The topic of launching and marketing a private practice or consulting business is a topic that my friend Robin Cameron and I enjoy tremendously. In fact, when she returns from her world travels (Robin is on a sabbatical with her family), we plan on offering more resources on this topic, likely in the Fall.

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