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Here’s a great little summary of one therapist’s approach to growing her practice. She’s got an organized approach, and she clearly has a handle on psychotherapy finances. It speaks to the question of whether or not to create a narrow focus in one’s practice. A narrow focus on special populations keeps a therapist busy Last [...]

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I’m told it’s rare, but I haven’t seen any data. Here’s a quote from a NY Times article way back in 1983: – Although precise numbers are unobtainable, it appears that a few psychiatrists are murdered by patients each year. In a six-week period in the summer of 1981, four psychiatrists, one each in Massachusetts, [...]

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I appreciated this entry in a therapist’s blog. It’s nuts that we’re not taught how to do marketing in grad school along with CBT and Child Development. It’s one of the key reasons why psychological services are so widely under-utilized. Marketing therapy is a gift to the community. The reason I have so many referrals [...]

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Ah, sweet relief! You’d think a therapist would know when to get help, but it took me YEARS of messing around with websites and trying to learn Adobe Illustrator before I realized: I need people who actually know how to do these things. So I found a graphics designer, a programmer, and the Best Marketing [...]

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