Raquel Buchanan has always been a presenter. So naturally, Vlogging, via Facebook Live and YouTube Videos, became the most successful & effective way that she has marketed her private practice. Here is Raquel’s Therapist Experience. Best Marketing Move Vlogging! 🙂 Links & Resources Mentioned in This Episode iMovie Fiverr Raquel’s YouTube Channel Raquel’s Website Thanks [Read more…]
The Therapist Experience Podcast
Welcome to The Therapist Experience Podcast, the podcast where we interview successful therapists about what it's really like growing a private practice.
The Therapist Experience provides you with a full MBA in private practice building, and it's everything you wish you had learned in grad school but they never taught you.
We discuss everything from private practice marketing, the entrepreneurial journey, income streams, the importance of niching down, what to charge per session, how to use technology to grow your practice, and the roller coaster of being a business owner. Learn from other mental health professionals about what worked for them in marketing their private practice and their overall entrepreneurial journey, so you can grow a thriving private practice yourself!
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Katie Lemieux was always afraid of business. But along her Therapist Experience journey, she fell in love with everything business and entrepreneurship, and learned to embrace & love the rollercoaster of being an entrepreneur. Now she runs her own private practice, Lemieux Solutions Unlimited, while also helping fellow Private Practice owners grow a business they [Read more…]
Kate Campbell loves being an entrepreneur, to have the freedom and flexibility to create a business she wants to have. But it wasn’t until she determined her ideal client & created a brand around that was Kate able to build the lifestyle private practice she wanted. This is Kate’s therapist experience! Best Marketing Move Having [Read more…]
Are you using podcasting as a marketing tool for your private practice? If the answer is No, you need to listen to this episode to learn how you can get started with one of the most under-utilized but highest value marketing tactics for private practices today! Dr. Melvin Vargeese is the founder of Selling the [Read more…]
Nicol Stolar-Peterson had to get creative with her networking and marketing in order to transition from CPS to private practice. But because she knew her niche, she was able to target individuals and businesses that would consistently send her a stream of referrals. And once you get known for specializing or doing good work, THAT [Read more…]
Jeff Guenther shares all his expertise on blogging with a local spin, SEO in private practice & how to take the perfect Psychology Today profile picture. When Jeff Guenther was stuck in an agency job he hated, he scheduled an interview with the Apple Store. “I can’t work at the mall again,” he told himself, [Read more…]
When debating her fees, Melissa’s house had a leak. A plumber came out and charged her $150 per hour and she asked herself: Is my work as valuable as the work of a master plumber? Well, of course! And if a master plumber can make $150 an hour, why should I struggle with charging that? [Read more…]
Important Note: This is our last podcast episode of 2016 as we take a brief hiatus through the holiday season. Thank you so much for your loyal listenership each week and stay tuned for the next Therapist Experience episode in early January. — Once Elizabeth Butler started sharing her own struggles more openly, letting herself [Read more…]
Our most popular guest, Eddie Reece, returns for this episode to dive deep into the nuts and bolts of transitioning away from insurance and becoming a fully cash pay private practice. This will be controversial: If you take money from an insurance company, the insurance company is paying you. And who pays you, is who [Read more…]
Alison didn’t plan on building a group practice. In fact, she found it daunting to even think about a group practice. But one day she decided to hire a play therapist to help meet the needs of incoming inquiries. Then she hired more therapists that worked in the same niche she did. And eventually, a [Read more…]