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The Modern Therapist's Survival Guide: Where Therapists Live, Breathe, and Practice as Human Beings

It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. We are human beings who can now present ourselves as whole people, with authenticity, purpose, and connection. Especially now, when therapists must develop a personal brand to market their practices.

To support you as a whole person and a therapist, your hosts, Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy talk about how to approach the role of therapist in the modern age.

Our Episodes on iTunes:

Episode 0: The Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Introduction Show Notes

Episode 1: What is a Modern Therapist? Show Notes

Episode 2: Social Media and Video Marketing for Therapists: A Conversation with Ernesto Segismundo Jr. M.S. LMFT Show Notes

Episode 3: Self-Care, Self-Compassion, and Self-Awareness: An Interview with Jamie Stacks, LPC Show Notes

Episode 4: In-Person Networking Show Notes

Episode 5: Therapist Know Thyself Show Notes

Episode 6: Navigating the Holidays as a Therapist Show Notes

Episode 7: Becoming a Group Practice Owner Show Notes

Episode 8: Creating an Effective Schedule Show Notes

Episode 9: Vulnerability, Mistakes, and The Impostor Syndrome Show Notes

Episode 10: How Much is TOO Much? Show Notes

Episode 11: Getting Ready for The Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference Show Notes

Episode 12: Having Fun at The Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference Show Notes

Episode 13: Reflections on The Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference Show Notes

Episode 14: A Brief Chat with Dr. Michael Yapko Show Notes

Episode 15: A Brief Chat with Dr. Philip Zimbardo Show Notes

Episode 16: Bridging Cultural and Communication Differences in a Bilingual Psychotherapy Practice Show Notes

Episode 17: The Danger of Poor Self-Care for Therapists Show Notes

Episode 18: It’s Time to Think About Your Goals Show Notes

Episode 19: Getting Personal to Advocate for Compassion, Understanding, and Social Justice Show Notes

Episode 20: Managing Your Online Reputation Show Notes

Episode 21: The New Tax Bill and Planning for Taxes in 2018 Show Notes

Episode 22: Managing Client Cancellations Show Notes

Episode 23: Crafting Your Authentic Message Show Notes

Episode 24: Asking for Money Show Notes

Episode 25: Small Town Sex Therapist Show Notes

Episode 26: The Dividing Line Between Coaching and Therapy Show Notes

Episode 27: What Therapists Get Wrong Show Notes

Episode 28: Giving and Getting Good Supervision Show Notes

Episode 29: Compassion Fatigue Show Notes

Episode 30: Are You Sure You’re a Specialist? Show Notes

Episode 31: The Fight to Save Psychotherapy Show Notes

Episode 32: Finding Your Perfect Private Practice Office Show Notes

Episode 33: Investing in Yourself as an Entrepreneur Show Notes

Episode 34: Bad Marketing Decisions Show Notes

Episode 35: Make Your Paperwork Meaningful Show Notes

Episode 36: Finding Your Blind Spots Show Notes

Episode 37: Creating Relevant Ads Show Notes

Episode 38: Therapist Safety Show Notes

Episode 39: Be a Better Therapist Show Notes

Episode 40: Getting the Supervision You Want Show Notes

Episode 41: Let’s Talk About Sex Show Notes

Episode 42: Getting a J-O-B Show Notes

Episode 43: Be the CEO of your SEO Show Notes

Episode 44: Interview Strategies for Therapists Show Notes

Episode 45: Building the “Psyko Therapist” Brand Show Notes

Episode 46: Our Take on Texts Show Notes

Episode 47: The 4-1-1 on Your 401K Show Notes

Episode 48: Therapists In Therapy Show Notes

Episode 49: Building Hope for the Next Generation of Therapists Show Notes

Episode 50: The Brand Called You Show Notes

Episode 51: Referrals Done Right Show Notes

Episode 52: Delegating Virtually Anything Show Notes

Episode 53: Toxic Work Environments Show Notes

Episode 54: Managing Vicarious Trauma Show Notes

Episode 55: Dual Relationships – Pros and Cons Show Notes

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