Tune in with Aisha R. Shabazz for a 2x/week chat about what it takes to own + operate a sustainable private practice
that offers you & your clients a
Tune in with Aisha R. Shabazz for a 2x/week chat about
what it takes to own + operate a sustainable private practice
that offers you & your clients a high-quality experience.
Twice a week, you’ll learn how to effortlessly & ethically
blend your clinical skills with entrepreneurship without sacrificing your health, well-being, & livelihood in the process.
Selfcare routines filled with bicycle rides & bubble baths are nice to have but let me show you how to install healthy boundaries that will stop burnout before it starts.
I’ll teach you how to #treatyoself to the schedule you want, the income you need, and the lifestyle you deserve so that when your day is done, you have the energy to live your life beyond the session.
Burnout-Proof Your Practice
You gave yourself the ultimate promotion by starting a private practice but a title change alone won’t get the job done.
Take action and learn how to focus on the essential tasks that will help you secure consistent clients & cash flow so that you can take your private practice to the next level and keep your doors open for decades.
Building meaningful relationships with clients + colleagues is your bread & butter but don’t make the #1 mistake and let your marketing become an afterthought.
Let’s use your time wisely, repurpose your stellar clinical skills responsibly and learn how to genuinely connect with your ideal client through your website and marketing materials without being salesy
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?
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.
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.
& keep the business you worked so hard to build without burning the candle at both ends.
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