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Harnessing the Winds of Change

It's the perfect time to reinvent your private practice

July/August 2007
Although business as usual may no longer be an option for therapists, the adjustments required to stay afloat could prove to be incredibly generative, not just for individual practices, but for the profession.

How to Develop a Money Mindset

Investing for Success in Your Therapy Business

July/August 2007
A practical guide for getting past the common fear of spending money to increase your referrals and grow your practice.

Beyond Technophobia

Even you can use the internet to grow your practice

July/August 2007
The internet can be a phenomenal tool for marketing all types of practices in every part of the country. Even Luddites are finding that internet marketing can be fun!

Our Businesses, Our Selves

Learning to Love the Entrepreneurial Side of Therapy

July/August 2003
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.

Psychotherapy's Soothsayer

Nick Cummings Foretells Your Future

July/August 2001
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.

The Future of Psychotherapy

Beware the Siren Call of Integrated Care

July/August 2001
The age of integrated care is upon us, and psychotherapy may soon be incorporated in a way that will profoundly affect how and where it is practiced. But what will this new system really look like? How will therapists—and the therapeutic process—fit into it? What values will lie at its core?

The Bottom Line

A Fee Policy Can Clarify the Therapeutic Relationship

November/December 1998
Money is an underdiscussed topic in graduate programs, supervision and peer groups, yet every therapist I know has felt the awkwardness of seeming mercenary when insisting to a client who has fallen behind that he or she needs to pay.

In Consultation

Surviving Treatment Reviews

May/June 2015
How to speak the language of medical necessity.

New Choices for New Times

March/April 2015
To stay relevant in a changing world, we need to address the engagement styles of today’s prospective clients.
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Mary Pipher on Psychotherapy in the Age of Overwhelm

March/April 2015
It’s time we address the psychological toll of the daily bombardment of information that permeates our lives.
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