Creating Lucrative Relationships

Creating Lucrative Relationships

Originally posted on Therapy Reimagined (https://therapyreimagined.com/modern-therapist-blog/should-i-keep-my-office/) I’ve written about networking before, but it was really in the frame that most therapists want or need to hear: why networking benefits your clients. Now – that hasn’t changed, but I want to talk more practically to the #ModernTherapists who recognize that networking can make or break your…

Should I Keep My Office?

Should I Keep My Office?

Originally posted on Therapy Reimagined (https://therapyreimagined.com/modern-therapist-blog/should-i-keep-my-office/) More and more we’re hearing people grappling with the very challenging question – should I keep my therapy office? Many people have moved to virtual therapy for much of their practice, some have added walk and talk or outdoor therapy to keep some in-person services, and may not use…

Now What?

Originally posted on Therapy Reimagined (https://therapyreimagined.com/now-what-blog/) Each one of us has had to scramble to shift and change as our world has gone into crisis. Many of us have made a full switch to virtual meetings and sessions. There are economic uncertainties and there is emotional fall-out that we are navigating at the same time…

You Should Not Become A Therapist – 5 Reasons Why

Originally posted onTherapy Reimagined (https://therapyreimagined.com/you-should-not-become-a-therapist/) Many of us are good listeners and have it in our hearts to help other people. We like to figure out how individuals think and help them improve their quality of life. But should all of us be therapists? Probably not. Being a therapist is hard, so unless you are…

Advanced Schedule Wrangling – A Key Factor in Avoiding Burnout!

Originally posted on Therapy Reimagined (https://therapyreimagined.com/schedule-wrangling/) I’ve  talked recently on my podcast about the different ways that entrepreneurs and employees burnout: All Kinds of Burned Out. I wasn’t able to go deeper into some solutions, so I thought I would dig in on one of the most important things that creates a sustainable career: a…