If you think you’ve got to sacrifice your values in order to make a profit, listen up! Kerrie Thompson Mohr has expanded her therapy business thoughtfully and ethically. Listen as she talks about how she decided to bring clinicians into her practice and how she balances her various roles within the business. It’s not what you usually hear. Kerrie is honest about working more right now than she plans to in the future.
If you’ve wanted to create a new offer in your business, but haven’t known how to do it, you’ll want to hear this. Maya Benattar has taken bold steps in the past year in her business. She created a new workshop, “Reclaim Your Rhythm,” for helpers and healers. Listen as we talk about how she filled up her workshops, the vulnerability of leveling up, and tuning into the rhythms of your business.
Dr. JaNaè Taylor was terrified at the idea of claiming her niche. Then she realized she wanted to create a new space for her community more than she wanted to be the catchall therapist. Listen as JaNae dives into the steps she took to step into full-time private practice and then begin a podcast and a movement called “Minding My Black Business.”
What’s a better fit for you: group or solo practice? Wesley Little talks about why she chose to be a member of a group practice. It’s about collaboration and mentorship. It’s NOT because she hates marketing or couldn’t make it on her own. She’s great at marketing and could run a solo practice if she wanted to. She’s got great advice for group practice owners and those considering creating group practices about how to be a leader and retain excellent clinicians. Listen as Wesley Ann shares her journey in putting herself out there and creating a blog for therapists.
Do you want to do more than just sessions in your office? Robbin Rockett is building an empire the smart way. She’s creating valuable content, listening carefully to her right fit clients, and adjusting her offers to respond to what they need and want most. She’s also leveraging her superpowers by focusing on what she does best and enjoys most. Listening to Robbin will make you think more creatively about your business.
What’s it like for a therapist to live with a chronic illness or other health issues? Lauren talks about training to become a therapist while learning that she had Multiple Sclerosis about three years ago. She shares the deep changes she went through in how she sees herself, her business, and therapy.
Can you build a therapy practice around your superpowers? How does that even work? Ivy Griffin calls herself “a highly sensitive therapist” and built her therapy practice to serve other highly sensitive people. She’s embraced being highly sensitive as a superpower, not just for her, but for her clients as well. Listen as she shares how she went from feeling overworked to energized.
Diversifying your private practice means serving people in new ways. He shares his journey from being a brand new entrepreneur to building Selling the Couch, a huge community for therapists. Melvin also talks about his dreams for his own therapy practice where he serves 2 niches: entrepreneurs and basketball players. Listen as he dives into lots of ideas for increasing productivity, staying honest and ethical as a business person, and taking steps to diversify your own therapy practice.
Cara Wilde did a personal pagan ritual in 2010 and asked for guidance on how to serve her tribe. What she discovered changed her life and her business forever. Now she provides all of her channeling services online, both through an online course and 1:1 sessions. In the clubhouse, Cara talks about how to get closer to your zone of genius in your business and life.
Jeff Guenther shares his journey from having anxiety attacks when he opened his private practice to now running 5 therapy-related businesses. He explains his method of identifying what project he will take on next and how he balances his many roles. Get ready to feel inspired by Jeff’s entrepreneurial spirit.
Lily Sloane shares the journey of creating both a private practice and her ground-breaking podcast “Therapist Walks Into A Bar” on this episode of Therapist Clubhouse. She talks about the risks and rewards of sharing her real self in her podcast, dealing with the ups and downs of running a business, and planning for the future HER way.