Intentional Private Practice

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Lessons from Working as a Therapist

As a psychologist or therapist, you probably spend a lot of time helping others to learn about themselves.  But, along the way, you’ve inevitably gained a little knowledge about yourself as well. Here are my top take-aways that I’ve learned about myself after over a...

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Be Gentle

Be gentle.It’s the message I was supposed to hear today, so I’m sharing it with you.  A little backstory first.  I love yoga. I was introduced to heated, power yoga about six years ago.  My initial reaction upon entering the sweat-inducing hot and humid room was...

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Your Therapy Practice is a Business, Not a Hobby

I’m here to tell you… your private practice is not a cute hobby. Want a hobby? Then you should find a hobby.  Hobbies are great!  I like painting, yoga, tennis, needlework, and those elephants are sure cute.  But don’t let your business become your hobby. If you want...

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Valuing Service while Holding Boundaries

Service.  To give of yourself for the benefit of another.  When I talk to mental health providers and affiliated helpers and healers, service is often very high on their list of values. And for good reason--we are expertly poised to give of ourselves: our time, our...

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What is Intentional Private Practice?

Welcome to Intentional Private Practice!  I am so excited that you are here.  This blog is a little sneak-peek into the philosophy behind my coaching and clinical consultation business. Intentional Private Practice evolved organically from my clinical psychology...

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May You Fail Brilliantly

Failure.  The word alone may have just spiked your stress response.  We like to succeed, don't we?  Close your eyes for a moment (after you read the rest of my sentence!) and imagine a life moment where you really learned...

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Free Gift: The Mental Health Provider's Ultimate Guide to Defining Your Niche!

The number one question I hear from practice builders is "How do I build my caseload?"  The answer is marketing, but you can't market if you don't know to whom you are marketing, which starts with defining your niche. Where to start?  Don't worry, I got your back!  Intentional Private Practice has a special gift for our email subscribers--the only guide you'll need to define your niche so you can connect meaningfully with your ideal clients!  This beautifully illustrated guide will help you find your ideal clients so you can build your practice intentionally!

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