Establishing or Growing a Private Practice (Online)
Two Thursdays, Nov 30 - Dec 7
5:30 - 7pm CT
Explore the basics of running a business as a psychotherapist: defining and learning what it takes to execute a business strategy, getting acquainted with basic financial controls, defining your market segment, promoting and marketing, and much more.
As healers or psychotherapists, we dedicate our professional lives to restoring, supporting, and accompanying others in their mental, emotional, or spiritual journeys. As human beings and members of society, we also need to support ourselves and our families financially. However, we are not taught in school how to sustain the business side of our practice, and many new psychotherapists find it extremely difficult to grow their private practice to a sustainable size, much less beyond. In this two-week course, we will use practical templates to formulate a clear business strategy for creating or growing our own private practice. Explore the basics of running a business as a psychotherapist: defining and learning what it takes to execute a business strategy, getting acquainted with basic financial controls, defining your market segment, promoting and marketing, and much more.
This program is being offered ONLINE, and will be recorded. Recordings will be distributed to registered participants only, and will not be available for individual purchase.
All times are CT. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Please register early. Programs with four or fewer participants are subject to cancellation, 48 hours prior to their start.
Lidia Ramirez holds master’s degrees in Gestalt Psychotherapy and Business Administration, and has undertaken studies in psychology, psychotherapy, Jungian studies, ethics, compassionate integrity, and contemplative traditions. She has a bachelors in geophysics engineering, and works in a technology consulting company as an energy transition advisor. In addition to maintaining a small psychotherapy private practice, she serves on the Compassionate Houston Board of Directors, and on the Jung Center's MBSI Advisory Board.
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