Podcast Episodes

The 7 Best Excuses to Avoid Starting Your Private Practice (blog)

So, you want to start a private practice. Or at least you think you do. You’re dreaming about your gorgeous office while watching and reading a million free resources about how to get your first client. You have debated niche, insurance, and location and you’re going to get started. Really. Well, maybe next month. Or it’s better to start in...[ read more ]

Open to Opportunity

An interview with Anita Avedian, LMFT, CAMS-IV, about her ability to identify opportunities for entrepreneurship. Curt and Katie talk with her about how she has thrived as a therapist and a business owner, even though she doesn’t see herself as a “visionary” or “strategist.” It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. We are human...[ read more ]

When is it Discrimination?

Curt and Katie talk about how niche, safety considerations, or competence can be used by therapists to discriminate against specific classes of people. Specifically looking at therapists who decide to no longer work with men. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. To support you as a whole person and a therapist, your hosts,...[ read more ]

Validation (blog)

We’ve been asked quite a few times lately about what our mission is with our podcast and conference. When we first started out, our mission was to validate the experiences of the modern therapist and it continues to be to this day. To say, “Yes, grad school doesn’t prepare you for productivity standards”, and “Documenting sessions is a lot harder...[ read more ]

Let’s Talk About Race

An interview with Stevon Lewis, LMFT on Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Privilege and Bias. Curt and Katie talk with Stevon about how white therapists and therapists of color can (and should) open up conversations on these important topics, looking at why it is so hard and why it is critical we do so anyway. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what...[ read more ]

Take Action Like a BOSS

Curt and Katie talk about the difference between talking about what’s wrong and actually doing something about it. Katie shares her BOSS acronym for making decisions and taking action. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. To support you as a whole person and a therapist, your hosts, Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy talk...[ read more ]

Simplify It (blog)

When you’re learning a job or starting (or growing) a business, it’s hard to do things well. You have to first figure out what you’re doing THEN you can think about how you want to do it. Many people in our field get stuck doing things in really strange ways because we’re running full tilt to get our work done...[ read more ]

What’s in a Name? (blog)

Whether a question of safety, professional brand recognition, or just plain laziness, clinicians must balance their business needs versus the requirements of their licensing boards. An issue develops around what to call yourself…and how to do it. Most licensing boards require that you keep your current legal name on file and that you practice under that name. But for those...[ read more ]

CYA for Court

An interview with Nicol Stolar-Peterson, LCSW, BCD, Expert Witness aka The Court Chick, on how to prepare for court, what to put in your court policy for your informed consent, and how she created an alternative revenue stream. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. We are human beings who can now present ourselves...[ read more ]

Modern Therapists Strike Back

Curt and Katie talk about union therapists and a strike in California. We look at antitrust, labor disputes, implications of striking, and how to improve working conditions, treatment, and outcomes. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. To support you as a whole person and a therapist, your hosts, Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy...[ read more ]

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