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Best Privatepractice podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Privatepractice podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Practical advice for counselors starting and building a private practice. On "Consult Mondays" Allison Puryear of Abundance Practice-Building will consult with a therapist who needs help building their practice. On "What I WIsh I'd Said Wednesdays" she'll chat with another consultant about the therapist's conundrum to get more support for them. On Follow Through Fridays" Allison will provide clear homework for anyone else struggling with the same problem.
 
Building a private practice, intuitive eating nutrition counseling skills, and marketing strategies to grow a business are just a few of the topics that Jennifer McGurk covers on the Pursuing Private Practice podcast. Featuring many dietitians that have been through the ups and downs of growing their own private practice specializing in intuitive eating, Jennifer McGurk is all about sharing other’s stories to inspire YOU that you can do it too. If you want to make an impact on client’s lives ...
 
I hope you find the podcast topics useful in growing and thriving your group practice. If you have a specific topic you would like me to discuss in an episode, I’d love for you to leave me a message at maureen@thegrouppracticeexchange.com. The goal of this podcast is to help practice owners learn ways to grow their practices. Hear about all the topics that related to group practice ownership. Hear other group practice owners talk about how they run their business. From start up to thriving, ...
 
A Podcast for Dietitians and Private Practice Owners. Discover how to build your Dream Practice with lessons from Adrien Paczosa, a Business Coach for Dietitians and owner of I Live Well Nutrition. Learn to Take Action Daily to Build and Grow your Private Practice. Practical business advice along with inspiring tips and tool for building your dream practice. No matter how different our own paths may look, we’re in it together!
 
The Private Practice Startup is owned by Kate Campbell, PhD, LMFT & Katie Lemieux, LMFT, two therapists who built their 6-figure private practices from the ground up. We're passionate about inspiring mental health professionals on their private practice journey from startup to mastery! On our podcast, we interview entrepreneurs, experts in the mental health and business arenas and successful private practitioners to provide a wealth of information for our listeners! We LOVE interviewing all ...
 
Insurance Answers is a pro-insurance podcast for social workers, counselors, and psychologists to answer all of your credentialing and billing questions. The information on this podcast is based on the opinions and experiences of Katia Callan, LCSW-C and Danielle Kepler, LCPC in relation to their respective private practices and being paneled with various insurance companies. They are providing information based on the credentialing process, communicating with various companies, and the bill ...
 
Love Your Practice is a podcast created to empower mental health clinicians to thrive in clinical practice. Psychologist and CEO of Therapy Partner, Dr. Jessica Dolgan, shares tools and tips to help you streamline your private practice administration so you can focus on clinical care. Show notes at www.therapypartner.com/education/podcasts
 
Rebel Therapist is the podcast where you'll get support in being a therapist entrepreneur. I'm Annie Schuessler, therapist and business coach and strategist for therapists. I'll support you in taking your work beyond the therapy room to make an even bigger impact. I interview Rebel Therapists who are already doing work beyond the therapy room, from running workshops to writing books to creating online courses. You'll hear about how they created their unique businesses, the mindset work they' ...
 
The Working on the Inside Podcast is an educational podcast for life-long learners. Hosted by Tricia Miller, M.Ed, LPC, a Houston-based Therapist/Educator/Entrepreneur/Mom in private practice, features interviews with her Super Village of Educators, Counselors, Mental Health Professionals, Entrepreneurs, Healthy Living Experts, Spiritual Leaders, Former Students, etc. as well as stories from her Friends & Family. In her weekly conversations with her guests, listeners gain insight in finding ...
 
The Empathy Rising Podcast is the place for therapeutic entrepreneurs who want to evolve beyond the couch. I’m your host, Marissa Lawton. I’m a licensed counselor with a young family and it is my mission to help my fellow therapists recognize the value of their clinical skills in AND out of session. I walk alongside entrepreneurial therapists as they scale their private practices and turn them into thriving businesses. By moving beyond 1:1 work with clients and developing their first online ...
 
The Modern Therapist’s Survival Guide: Where Therapists Live, Breathe, and Practice as Human Beings It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. We are human beings who can now present ourselves as whole people, with authenticity, purpose, and connection. Especially now, when clinicians must develop a personal brand to market their private practices, and are connecting over social media, engaging in social activism, pushing back against mental health stigma, and facing ...
 
Group Practice can be a fun, lucrative, rewarding endeavor. It can also be frustrating, painful and exhausting. In this podcast, three VERY successful Group Practice owners help guide you through the path to creating a profitable and smooth-running Group Practice. Each month, join Joe Bavonese, PhD; Ernie Schmidt, LCSW; and Ken Urie, LMHC as we relate our experiences and solutions to the common challenges of Group Practices.
 
SAGEClinician is the podcast for healthcare providers where we talk about the NON clinical aspect of being a healthcare provider. SAGE Clinicians are Strategic, Astute, Gusty and Enlightened. We talk with experts on business, finances, emotional and physical health for us, healthcare policy, leadership, legislation and so much more. Who is this for? It's for the new clinician as well as the seasoned clinician. We are nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, physicians, healthcare a ...
 
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In this episode, Bias and Shame in Private Practice, Dr. Snehal Kumar talks about racial bias, oppression and shame in private practice and the ways it shows up in our practices. Dr. Kumar walks me through our unique relationships with racial bias, shame, guilt, and how to not let the shame stop us from learning and growing as therapists and people…
 
Work Harder Than Your Clients Curt and Katie chat about why and when you should ignore the advice to “not work harder than your clients.” We look at bias in goal-setting, managing risk, focusing on the client’s needs, and the importance of continuing education as well as on-going work outside of session. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it m…
 
For this coaching call, I talk with Lauren, a couples and family therapy graduate student who has a thriving astrology business. What's really interesting about Lauren is that she isn’t new to the business world. Before working toward her MFT, she freelanced as a yoga instructor, hosted retreats, and several other entrepreneurial endeavors. While t…
 
Did you know you don’t have to have clinical experience before opening up a private practice?! In today’s episode of the Pursuing Private Practice Podcast, Alex Raymond and I have a really honest conversation about clinical experience. Clinical experience is completely different from the experience of owning and running a private practice. So many …
 
Whitney Owens is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Private Practice Consultant. She lives in Savannah, Georgia, where she owns a group private practice, Water’s Edge Counseling. In addition to running her practice, she offers individual and group consulting through Practice of the Practice. Whitney places a special emphasis on helping clinician…
 
This week Allison discusses navigating another adult paying for sessions, what to do when a past client is donating to a charity in your name, and how to handle talking about turning down a job at a different interview. Sponsored by TherapyNotes
 
How well do you know your client’s struggles and pain points? This episode of the Fearless Practitioners podcast welcomes guest Travis Zigler, optometrist and co-founder of Eye Love, who shares his journey of building a successful online company by really listening to the needs of his audience. The power of listening to your audience and really tak…
 
I don't talk a lot about being a mom and an entrepreneur, and I've resisted identifying myself as a "mamapreneur." I've always worked with tons of business owners who are NOT parents, and I didn't want to pigeon hole myself in that particular way or to alienate folks who are not parents. ...But we are going there today in a big way. I'm talking to …
 
Bi+ Erasure An interview with Dr. Mimi Hoang, Ph.D., about Bi+ Affirmative therapy and what therapists often get wrong about working with Bi+ people. Curt and Katie talk with Dr. Mimi about how often Bi+ people are left out of the conversation (and training) regarding LGBTQ+ people, the consistent erasure and exclusion Bi+ people face, the biases t…
 
In this episode, Robyn Goldberg and I are deep diving into the process of writing and publishing a book, and we focus specifically on the business aspect of this amazing endeavor. Robyn recently released a book, The Eating Disorder Trap: A Guide for Clinicians and Loved Ones. The book is awesome, and while I’m so excited for everyone to hear more a…
 
Amanda Gaudet is a licensed clinical social worker currently working in training, consulting and organizational development at a large non-profit in New York City. She is passionate about dismantling systematic oppression at all levels. Amanda considers herself a life learner in her commitment to social justice.…
 
In this episode of Ask Allison, Allison discusses covid-19 and summer child care, working during a staycation, and a WTF supervision snafu. For Closed Caption of Ask Allison: A successful therapist in my building is retiring: how do I network if they don't have email or a website? How do I build an online rapport with clients? Covid-19 made me real…
 
Hey Group Practice listeners! New podcast episode out today! In this episode, I'm talking with Christine Barker all about how to virtually train staff In this episode we cover: Methods of training virtually How long to spend on training Where to host virtual trainings Intra office sites This episode is sponsored by TherapyNotes. TherapyNotes is an …
 
This episode of the Fearless Practitioners Podcast invites you to pause for a mid-year review of your goals. Can you believe that we are halfway through 2020?! I know 2020 has been a bit bumpy for us all, and we might not be totally on track to hit our goals at this very minute, which is why I want to do a mid-year check in-with your goals. In this…
 
Reigniting Therapy An interview with Dr. Daryl Chow regarding how to do effective therapy. Curt and Katie talk with Dr. Chow about the ways in which therapists can improve clinically – looking at the relationship, the expectations of clients, and what we each uniquely bring to the room. We also discuss deliberate practice, lifelong learning, and th…
 
For this coaching call, I talk with Tamara, a UK based psychotherapist who has a hybrid practice that allows her to work in her office and at home. She has a lot of plates spinning with a website, FB Group, legal paperwork bundles, and online courses. But is Tamara suffering from having, ’too many irons in the fire’? If you’re anything like me, wor…
 
This is Elyse’s second appearance on the Pursuing Private Podcast, and I could not be more excited to welcome her back! We are celebrating the release of the 4th edition of Intuitive Eating. We talk about so many different aspects of Intuitive Eating in this episode. If you haven’t listened to her first episode on the podcast, The Evolution of Intu…
 
Dr. Jo has been a psychologist for 14 years and living with chronic illnesses since she was 15. She's worked in community mental health, university counseling centers, multiple Veterans Affairs hospitals, nursing homes, and now private practice. Since she's a recovering overachiever, she's also an author, an editor, a registered yoga teacher and tr…
 
In this episode of Ask Allison, Allison discusses covid-19 and summer child care, working during a staycation, and a WTF supervision snafu. For Closed Caption of Ask Allison: Covid summer child care and time off. We cancelled our beach vacation this summer in lieu of a staycation. I missed a lot of time this spring, should I be working? Question re…
 
Hey Group Practice listeners! In this episode, I'm talking with Noreen Iqbal all about buying a building for your group practice. In this episode we cover: Making the decision to buy Envisioning yourself in a space Non-negotiables to consider Understanding your vision before buying The importance of outsourcing Best + worst parts of ownership This …
 
Want to know how you can build your connections across the country and take your practice to a new level? This episode with my guest Megan Kniskern, MS RD will inspire you to get involved either in your dietetic practice group or other organizations. This is such a special episode because I get to share a conversation with my dear friend Megan Kins…
 
Katie K. May is a licensed therapist and online course creator. She helps therapists market and fill groups and online group programs so that they can scale their impact and increase their income, without adding more hours in the office. To learn more and gain access to free trainings and resources to generate new clients like magic, visit www.beco…
 
Maureen Werrbach, LCPC, is a multi-business entrepreneur in the mental health field. She owns Urban Wellness, a large counseling group practice in Chicago, The Group Practice Exchange, a business coaching firm, and co-owns Group Practice Builders, a business focused conference for group practice owners. Her aim in life is helping the helpers. As a …
 
The Private Practice Startup is co-owned by Kate Campbell, PhD, LMFT and Katie Lemieux, LMFT. They’re two therapists with entrepreneurial spirits who are crazy about business. They live, work and play in South Florida. Kate and Katie both built their 6-Figure private practices in less than 2 years from the ground up and love inspiring ambitious men…
 
Jo is all about connecting people to purpose through inspiration and innovation. Author of The Entrepreneurial Clinician and creator of The Book Of Evidence she is also the Founder and CEO of PurpleCo - a team of specialist allied health consultants dedicated to helping people who experience injury illness and trauma reclaim their lives through wor…
 
Amanda Patterson, LMHC, CAP, NCC was awarded Florida Mental Health Counselor of the Year by FMHCA in 2017. She has a practice where she specializes in depression and anxiety in teens and young adults. She is super passionate about helping therapists develop a business plan to become successful in private practice. She facilitates Marriage and Relat…
 
Kasey is a spirited entrepreneur who has embraced many challenges and now finds satisfaction in designing new businesses. She’s always had an entrepreneurial mind and knew that becoming a business owner was always in the cards. Kasey turned her mental health private practice into a thriving group practice, going from 1-12 clinicians in year one, an…
 
Mission Driven Work Curt and Katie chat about walking your talk, sticking to your mission, and being strategic in how you incorporate new initiatives and perspectives into your work. We look at the tendency to take action without thinking about where you fit into the conversation and without tying those actions back to your mission and why you do w…
 
Today’s guest, Kirsten Ackerman, is a member of the Pursuing Private Practice for Intuitive Eating program and has built her own thriving private practice. She is the author of the incredible book, The Intuitive Eating Plan: A Body Positive Approach to Rebuilding Your Relationship With Food. Kirsten is a self-proclaimed multi-passionate entrepreneu…
 
Laura Long is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist from Greenville, South Carolina. She is also the owner and lead badass over at YourBadassTherapyPractice.com, where she helps therapists in private practice organize their business systems, streamline their marketing strategies, and fill their practices with loyal clients who are happy to pay t…
 
Hey Group Practice listeners! In this episode, I'm talking with Amanda Patterson all about group practice infrastructure and scaling to 7 figures. In this episode we cover: Admin roles needed to promote growth Compensation structures and scheduling Bringing on additional leadership roles Expanding offerings This episode is sponsored by TherapyNotes…
 
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Therapy as a Political Act An interview with Dr. Travis Heath, PhD, regarding the myth that therapists can remain neutral and be considered not “political”. Curt and Katie talk with Travis about how he perceives effective therapy and how to interrogate the ways in which people interact within the systems where they live and work (and what they cons…
 
This week on the Pursuing Private Practice Podcast, I’ve decided to re-air an episode that was originally out in March with Tamara Melton titled Diversity in Dietetics. This issue is so important to our field. With everything going on around the United States with the Black Lives Matter movement, I really do think that we have to start talking abou…
 
Kym Tolson was a brick and mortar therapist for 10 years and she used an insurance biller. Over a 6 month time period, she was fired by her billers (long story) AND decided to take her practice all online. She had to scramble and decided to be her own biller all at the same time. Through these changes, she decided to develop a course to help other …
 
Hey Group Practice listeners! In this episode, I'm talking with Michael Blumberg all about leading in a pandemic and the Group Practice Owner's summit. In this episode we cover: Our virtual Group Practice Owner's Summit Transitioning to a virtual practice Leading your practice virtually Keeping up workplace culture in a pandemic This episode is spo…
 
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