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The Future of Private Practice with Lynn Grodzki

Expand Your Practice: NP0037 – Session 1

Is your practice stagnating, but you feel like you can’t get out of the rut? Do you wonder how your colleagues are doing so well in a depressed economy? Join Lynn Grodzki as she teaches therapists how to develop therapy-specific business skills a more entrepreneurial mindset.

After the session, please let us know what you think. If you ever have any technical questions or issues, please feel free to email

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8 Responses to The Future of Private Practice with Lynn Grodzki

  1. esavageweeks says:

    Wow! Such good info–very clear. I loved Lynn’s calm style. So supportive. Thank you. I look forward to visiting your website.

  2. inmybliss says:

    Dear Lynn-

    Thank you so much for launching this series. I’m so glad that I will be able to review it and review it. There’s such good therapy and business sense you share.

    I plan to put this to good use.

    Thank you.

    Nancy Griffin, LMFT
    San Francisco

  3. dkward313 says:

    Thank you! This is very useful information. In the next week we will do a business plan and review the transcript.
    Deborah Ward, Imago Therapist, Spencer Ward, M.D

  4. kmbrooks says:

    Excellent and very informative! Thank you for including this in the series.

  5. M2012 says:

    Thank you so much, Lynne and Rich! This was very helpful for someone who, like me, is just starting a private practice.
    Is there any way we can access previous posts? I imagine there were some yesterday. I find the feedback and ideas from other viewers expands my understanding in a very valuable way.

  6. Joy Clarke says:

    Warm and practical! And humourous and uplifting. Great clear information which I dound empowering and exciting for my practice as the world changes around me. Thanks Rich, and Lynn

  7. Lexcie Richies says:

    A great big thank you! I have been terrified for quite a while about this topic, and today I feel empowered.


  8. lakshmi20 says:

    I just watched this for a second time, and got even more from it. Hearing about the reality of the ‘therapy recession’is very healing. . .it seems I was doing my postgrad training at
    the start of this trend in 2003, finished in 2006 and feel I’ve
    been pedaling uphill ever since!! Lynn expresses the business
    side of our profession with such knowledge and compassion. I love your soft and strong style; now pursuing the business side doesn’t look so awful!!

    P. Gilbert, LMHC, LMT

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