Moving and Private Practice

Abundant Practice Podcast Allison Puryear

Consult Monday

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Sue Bates of Sue Bates Counseling

Sue BatesSue has 40 yrs experience as a therapist specializing in Eating Disorders And Relationship Issues.

Sue teaches women how to find peace and power in their life…because Powerful Women = Powerful Girls.

And we still have so much work to do!

For Consult Monday, we discuss:
  • When you relocate do you want to do online therapy with current clients?
  • Do you have out of pocket rates prepared to vary between your old location and current location?
  • Network in your new community: who are your referral sources in your new area?
  • Check with any full therapists in your niche as referral sources.
  • Be aware of your networking style and potential volume as well as local resources.
  • Consider insurance panels and Psychology Today to assist in getting your name out there.

What I Wish I'd Said Wednesday

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John Clark of Private Practice Workshop

John ClarkJohn Clarke, MA, EdS, LPC is a licensed psychotherapist and the founder of where he helps therapists build or grow a thriving private-pay practice. He's also the founder and director of Charlotte Counseling and Wellness, a group practice that offers innovative, evidence-based therapy and coaching in Charlotte, NC for busy, anxious professionals.

For What I Wish I'd Said Wednesday we discuss:
  • It can be easier to start out of pocket and move to insurance than the other way around.
  • Networking and referrals can be online or in person: make a splash in the way you’re comfortable.
  • as a tool for therapists and referrals
  • SEO Resources:  create services heading and an individual page for each service you provide on your website
  • Think about using regional key words specific to your new area.
  • New practice spaces: subleasing your office can help you network

Charlotte Counseling and Wellness

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Allison Puryear, LCSW, CEDS of Abundance Practice-Building

Allison Puryear Abundance Practice BuildingAllison Puryear is an LCSW with a nearly diagnosable obsession with business development. She has started practices in three different cities and wants you to know that building a private practice is shockingly doable when you have a plan and support. You can download a free private practice checklist to make sure you have your ducks in a row, get weekly private practice tips, and join the Abundance Practice-Building Group to gain the confidence and tools you need to succeed.



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