Therapists in Search of Community
Therapists are always on the lookout for new approaches and techniques. But in a profession with alarming rates of burnout and professional isolation, the best way to improve outcomes may be less about what therapists offer clients and more about what they can offer each other.
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Recession-Proofing Mantras: How to Stay Calm When Your Practice Seems to Be Under Siege
Some highly practical mantras that can help even the more business-phobic practitioner keep afloat in these tough economic times.
The Not-So-Private Practice: A Collaborative Model For the 21st Century
A new model of practice-building seeks to help therapists prosper by reengaging them in their local professional communities.
Investing for Success in Your Therapy Business
A practical guide for getting past the common fear of spending money to increase your referrals and grow your practice.
The Last 25 Years Have Taught Us That It's Neither Art nor Science
At last count, therapists could choose from among 500 different treatment techniques. But after all these years, there's still no evidence that the overall effectiveness of therapy has improved. Could the problem be that we still don't understand the fundamental nature of psychotherapy?
Learning to Love the Entrepreneurial Side of Therapy
With business coaching, therapists can learn to become very smart businesspeople. Far from being a struggle against their own better instincts or a betrayal of their own best principles, becoming more entrepreneurial can be deeply liberating.
Nick Cummings Foretells Your Future
Suddenly, sometime in the mid-1980s, as the managed care revolution raged around them, therapists emerged as if from a dream to find that terms like "heath care delivery systems," "covered lives" and "capitated health plans" had gone from being mind-numbing policyspeak to urgent pocketbook issues.
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