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?
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.