Managing

Managing is a big part of what a practice owner does every day. This includes things like: growth, crises, self, the various essential daily tasks, managing staff, culture, and community, as well as you brand, marketing, numbers and finance, and then your leadership team.

To break down this long list to a more manageable size, click on subsections in the sidebar to the right.

Why join insurance panels

Should I become a provider on all the insurance panels in my area? One can find many practice management consultants promoting the “cash only” model of outpatient psychotherapy. There are […]

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Wrong ideas I needed to change

Our attitudes about what we are doing in therapy can either set us up for self-criticism and doubt or they can guide our thinking toward more achievable and satisfying ends. […]

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Creating demand for your services

Foundational to a practice’s success is the ability to market your services to your communities in a consistent, congruent, and appealing way. One of the biggest obstacles I faced in […]

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Finding the right psychotherapy markets

We have three major markets psychotherapy markets in the mental health field: potential clients, potential clients’ trusted advisors, and insurance companies. We need to connect with each of these in order […]

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