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The Power of Instagram: Using Social Media to Grow Your Private Practice

Did you know that it’s possible to launch a thriving career in therapy using Instagram? In this episode of The Private Practice Pro Podcast, host Kelley Stevens sits down with licensed therapist and business coach for therapists, Kelly McKenna, to show you how it’s done. With an impressive Instagram following of over 50,000, Kelly McKenna…
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Self-Care for Therapists: Balancing Mental Health and Personal Life with Private Practice

You dedicate your entire career to helping others, but don’t forget about yourself! In this latest episode of The Private Practice Pro Podcast, I connect with Bilingual Licensed Clinical Therapist, Jacqueline Garcia, to provide you with valuable insights and actionable tips regarding your own wellbeing as a therapist.
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Trademarking for Growth

Are you on the fence about trademarking your business? In my most recent episode of The Private Practice Pro Podcast, I sat down with intellectual property lawyer, Lauren Boyd, to break down everything you need to know.  Lauren started her own law firm that specialized in empowering entrepreneurs to launch and grow their businesses with…
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Late Cancellations, No Shows, and Late Arrivals in Private Practice

How should you handle late cancellations, no shows, and late arrivals in your private practice therapy business?   Having policies and procedures in place for how to handle late cancellations, no shows, and late arrivals is an essential part of running a sustainable private practice. This article features applicable templates to get you started. As a…
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Paid Family Leave

But with advance planning, good communication, and strong boundaries, you’ll be able to navigate this exciting and life-changing time in your personal and professional life. 
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How to Conquer Marketing Fears

One of the most common reasons why therapists have difficulty building their private practice is fear. Many of us spend hours each week helping our clients conquer their fears, but when it comes to getting out of our comfort zones and sharing our professional selves with the community, we falter. Here are three things to…
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