Clients aren’t the only ones complaining about the immense pressure to spend more money at the end of every year. Even if you’re not a big holiday shopper, end of year expenses such as taxes, medical bills,charitable donations, and winter utilities can make the happy holidays feel like living in a financial pressure cooker.
Problems with finances
The world is in a mental health crisis, and financial conditions aren’t making it any easier. This goes for therapists as well as their clients. Deficits resulting from increased expenses and the seemingly endless stream of patients who may or may not be capable of paying you make for a worrisome combination.
What can you do
Building your practice while using the same kind of therapy you’ve always subscribed to isn’t impossible, but it it’s not easy, either. To attract more clients and create more than one stream of income, you need to develop skills and acquire certifications that show potential clients that you have what they want and need.
What is intuition? Some call it an “inner knowing,” while others believe it’s mere coincidence. One widely accepted definition, according to Lynne Shallcross writing for Counseling Today, defines intuition as “something that is
In today’s digital world, it seems like every therapist on the block has a website. So, what do you do to stand out in that crowd? How do you inspire your dream client to reach out and become YOUR client? Here are a few quick things you can do on your existing website to make that a reality.
You’ve learned all there is to learn about human psychology. You’ve dedicated countless hours to the intricate physiology of the brain. You’ve poured through the DSM-5.
But despite all the work you put into becoming a professional mental health therapist, all the classes you attended and all the hands-on