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Episode 176: It's Hard to Sell Yourself - Let a Marketer Do It For You

The Private Practice Startup

Release Date: 03/07/2020

Episode 204: The Impact of Racial Discrimination on Mental Health show art Episode 204: The Impact of Racial Discrimination on Mental Health

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Kimberly Grocher is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Executive Coach, and Yoga Teacher in private practice in New York City and Fort Lauderdale, FL. She's an adjunct professor at the Columbia University School of Social Work where she teaches Social Work Foundations: Power, Race, Oppression, & Privilege. Kimberly enjoys working with professional women, entrepreneurs and couples, helping them design lives that allow them to thrive professionally while being emotionally, spiritually, and physically healthy. Fun Fact: Kim is a travel addict and can't wait to travel again!

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Episode 203: Protect Your Private Practice by Avoiding the MOST Common Insurance Claims show art Episode 203: Protect Your Private Practice by Avoiding the MOST Common Insurance Claims

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Kathryn McGowan leads and and manages the underwriting and claim intake operations for CPH & Associates. She has been with CPH & Associates for 5 years. Her company specializes in insuring Mental & Allied Health individuals and small businesses.

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Episode 202: Ruth’s Success Story - Where Are They Now show art Episode 202: Ruth’s Success Story - Where Are They Now

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Ruth Harbin collaborates with children, teens, and adults in her private practice to create more joy in their lives. Ruth’s personality and style create a fun and relaxed atmosphere that allows them to start building courage to explore new ways of experiencing feelings and interacting with others. Ruth developed a full practice in six months.

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Episode 201: The Dos and Don'ts When Starting a Private Practice show art Episode 201: The Dos and Don'ts When Starting a Private Practice

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Susan Block has a successful marriage and family therapy practice in South Florida. She is extremely passionate about her work with couples and individuals. In 2019, ThreeBestRated.com handpicked Susan as one of the top three marriage therapists in Coral Springs, Florida. Susan has a deep passion for assisting other mental health professionals who are eager to succeed in private practice. She stays active by practicing yoga, kickboxing and running. Susan has a soft spot for dogs and volunteers occasionally at the local animal shelter.

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Episode 200: Anti-Racism & Therapy - Things Your BIPOC Client Might Want You to Know show art Episode 200: Anti-Racism & Therapy - Things Your BIPOC Client Might Want You to Know

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Elizabeth is a psychotherapist living in Asheville, NC. She works with clients using equine-assisted psychotherapy (therapy using horses!) and has an office where she sees clients (far fewer horses). She facilitates anti-racism trainings for therapists. 

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Episode 199: The 5 Pitfalls Between Counselors and Churches show art Episode 199: The 5 Pitfalls Between Counselors and Churches

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Whitney Owens is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Private Practice Consultant. She lives in Savannah, Georgia, where she owns a group private practice, Water’s Edge Counseling. In addition to running her practice, she offers individual and group consulting through Practice of the Practice. Whitney places a special emphasis on helping clinicians start and grow faith-based practices.

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Episode 198: Unpacking Whiteness with White Identifying Clients in Therapy show art Episode 198: Unpacking Whiteness with White Identifying Clients in Therapy

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Amanda Gaudet is a licensed clinical social worker currently working in training, consulting and organizational development at a large non-profit in New York City.   She is passionate about dismantling systematic oppression at all levels. Amanda considers herself a life learner in her commitment to social justice.

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Episode 197: Working When You're Not Going to Get Well Soon: Three Ideas for Therapists Who Have Chronic Illnesses show art Episode 197: Working When You're Not Going to Get Well Soon: Three Ideas for Therapists Who Have Chronic Illnesses

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Dr. Jo has been a psychologist for 14 years and living with chronic illnesses since she was 15. She's worked in community mental health, university counseling centers, multiple Veterans Affairs hospitals, nursing homes, and now private practice. Since she's a recovering overachiever, she's also an author, an editor, a registered yoga teacher and trained as a death & mourning doula. She has been known to dress as a unicorn--repeatedly--and has been kissed by a giant Amazonian river otter.

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Episode 193: Up Close and Personal with Katie K. May show art Episode 193: Up Close and Personal with Katie K. May

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Katie K. May is a licensed therapist and online course creator. She helps therapists market and fill groups and online group programs so that they can scale their impact and increase their income, without adding more hours in the office.     To learn more and gain access to free trainings and resources to generate new clients like magic, visit

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Episode 194: Up Close and Personal with Maureen Werrbach show art Episode 194: Up Close and Personal with Maureen Werrbach

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Maureen Werrbach, LCPC, is a multi-business entrepreneur in the mental health field. She owns Urban Wellness, a large counseling group practice in Chicago, The Group Practice Exchange, a business coaching firm, and co-owns Group Practice Builders, a business focused conference for group practice owners.   Her aim in life is helping the helpers. As a helping professional herself, she knows first-hand the focus healthcare providers put on making a positive impact in the world. She also knows that many healthcare professionals put business second to boots-on-the-ground helping in the...

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After working in the non-profit world for over 10 years, Misha Conaway set out on her own and launched her own marketing business. She's a graphic designer and content marketer who has been helping psychotherapists and mental health professionals get new clients for over 5 years.

She loves to travel, cook, and snuggle with her cat and dog.