Are you considering launching a part time or full time private psychotherapy practice now or in the future?
In one session I will give you an efficient overview of private practice to help inform your decision, assist you in visualizing your professional future, and set you up for success. Included are general information, tips, and Q & A, as well as concrete information about: financial aspects, office rental, health insurance/managed care, liability insurance, billing, paperwork, marketing materials, networking, website creation, business licenses, HIPPA, the role of the internet, and referrals to local professionals if you desire ongoing specialized help with practice-building coaching and other related services.
As part of the consultation I will give you my extensive list of websites and resources I have found to be most helpful for developing my private practice and running my own business efficiently with low overhead. This list alone will save you considerable time and money!
Interns and trainees: it is never too early to start preparing for a private practice! Even if you are unsure that you will ever want private practice, the steps I encourage you to take now will be very beneficial to your career.
Personal Psychotherapy Personal therapy is invaluable for psychotherapists for ongoing self-care, for increasing self-awareness, and for deepening our learning of our craft "from the inside out."
Supervision I offer clinical supervision for prelicensed psychotherapists at the Community Institute for Psychotherapy ("CIP") in San Rafael.