With all this “New Year, New You” chatter I think it’s time to reassess and REFRESH your Private Practice in a way that doesn’t feed into the “Go Big of Go Home” energy. You can have goals and aspirations but instead of doing the most, let’s take a look at what you’re already doing and see if you can do things differently by refreshing your private practice like this. If you’re on board with trying something new this year without burning the candle at both ends and losing steam by Groundhog’s Day, #IYKYK And whether you’re offering in-person sessions or online therapy, it’s important to consider how your client feels about the service you’re offering them.
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.
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 […]