I help mental health professionals start and grow successful practices. I offer support to those interested in opening an office, finding ideal clients, building multiple income streams and ...
I am a licensed psychologist who helps mental health professionals build successful practices. I grew my own private practice from an office I sublet with 2 clients to a consistently busy practice with an 8 week wait list and 3 assistants to support me and my clients. I know starting and building a successful mental health business can be overwhelming and at times intimidating. Through my blog BizSavvyTherapist.com, I offer articles, workshops and business coaching programs specifically designed for therapists and coaching professionals to help you navigate the world of business of practice. I hope to see you on the BizSavvyTherapist.com blog. Please stop by and say "hello!"
The Reason I Became A Helping Professional
I was a compassionate, empathic child. My mom says I was the one who would bring home the bird with the broken wing, or stay with a friend who fell and had a skinned knee. Maybe it is temperment, maybe I learned it from caring parents, but either way, I was a helper from a young age. Now, I have a private practice focused on supporting children diagnosed with ADHD and autism and their parents. I offer CBT to children and families, as well as parent skills coaching and workshops. My private practice website is: www.childdevelopmentpartners.com I also support helping professionals build their own thriving practices. My philosophy is that there are many, many people who need our services, but they often can't find us because we do not market our services and let them know we exist. By helping you build and market your practice, I allow you to help more people. Connecting people with needs to those who can best help them is a good thing. The better you become at sharing your talents and gifts, the more people benefit and the more successful you are. I invite you to learn more about building a successful practice on my blog: www.BizSavvyTherapist.com.