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Your career as a therapist requires a lot of emotional labor and if you dismiss that fact, well you too can find yourself in a bit of a slump. So, what can you do if your slump is less about a lack money and more about the emotional side of the work?

How to Recover from an Emotional Slump

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When things don’t go the way you want them to it doesn’t feel good and frankly it can leave you feeling a bit crabby. However, when your edginess turns into competition mode and you start to see other therapists as the reason for your woes, that’s a red flag.

Why Other Therapists are NOT the Enemy

Seasonal Slumps

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The Summer Slump is a seasonal occurrence that some (not all) therapists in private practice experience when less and less people are scheduling therapy appointments. This includes potential and current therapy clients. And this is a good place to start especially if this is the first time you’ve considered making data-driven decisions in your practice.

How to Overcome The Summer Slump

Sustain Your Practice

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Let’s elevate your business acumen by making the land (and language) of entrepreneurship more accessible and less intimidating. Here’s a list of Business Buzzwords, Marketing ABCs, and Private Practice terms and phrases that I’ve redefined for you in an effort to help you feel more confident as a therapist in private practice as you ethically blend your clinical skills with entrepreneurship.

The simplest way to spend less time marketing your private practice is to repurpose your content. You know those creative moments ebb and flow in relationship to what’s happening for you beyond the session, so don’t let another day pass by before you start putting into place the simplest way to save more time and conserve your energy. Besides wouldn’t you rather be doing something else with your time than trying to figure out what to say next. Good news is you don’t have to!

#1 Way Therapists Can Save Time Marketing Their Private Practice

Time Savers

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Keep in mind that although we have been blessed with the gift of gab and enjoy making space for people’s lived experiences, that doesn’t mean the lovely person reaching out for a therapy consultation is as comfortable or confident with that space as you are. So, here’s one simple, time-saving strategy you can implement to prevent no-shows from happening during therapy consultations.

How to Reduce No-Shows during Therapy Consultations

Therapy Consultations

I had a blast talking all about therapy consultations with Allison Puryear on the Abundant Practice Podcast Check out the complete episode below and don’t hesitate to let me know what you think! If you’ve found this helpful, share it with a friend or sign up for the newsletter, where I deliver strategic guidance just […]

There are tons of therapists that are  not using all the available tools and resources that are at their disposable to market their private practice. But, if someone told you that you could market your private practice to thousands of people with little to no investment of time, energy, and effort, would you do it

Is Social Media Marketing Important for Private Practice Therapists?

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