You Don’t Have to be a Thought Leader

You Don’t Have to be a Thought Leader

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You have undoubtedly heard that you should start a private practice and that you should not take insurance or that you should have a side hustle or that you should definitely not work in community mental health. You may have even inferred these…
Branding for Your Ideal Client

Branding for Your Ideal Client

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Branding for Your Ideal Client An interview with Kate Campbell, PhD, LMFT, and Katie Lemieux, LMFT from The Private Practice Startup. Curt and Katie talk with Kate and Katie about the differences between marketing and branding, what therapists…
Making Access More Affordable

Making Access More Affordable

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Making Access More Affordable An interview with Michael Blumberg, LCPC, about mental health care as a basic human right. Curt and Katie talk with Michael about the tension between access and therapist financial stability. We look at ideas to…
SEO Guide for Therapists

SEO Guide for Therapists

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SEO Guide for Therapists An interview with Dr. Rachna Jain, of Profitable Popularity, talks with Curt and Katie about SEO best practices as well as things to consider when deciding what level of SEO to employ. We also look at how to proactively…
Defining the Therapy Movement

Defining the Therapy Movement

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Defining the Therapy Movement Live Podcast: Curt and Katie are live at Therapy Reimagined 2019. We talk about what the #therapymovement aspires to accomplish. We talk about the broken educational system, the need for a livable wage, the ways…
In it for the Money?

In it for the Money?

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In it for the Money? Curt and Katie talk about money. We look at the financial needs of therapists, the perspective of clients and the public that we charge too much OR that we should not want money; the common martyrdom expectation that can…
Who Gets to Have Therapy?

Who Gets to Have Therapy?

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Who Gets to Have Therapy? Curt and Katie talk about therapists’ responsibility for mental health access and the (sometimes moral) decision about whether one focuses on income or providing treatment to all. We look at a living wage, the mental…
Trauma Informed Work Place

Trauma Informed Work Place

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Trauma Informed Work Place An interview with Kristin Martinez, LMFT, about how trauma informed practices apply to the workplace. Curt and Katie talk with Kristin about her person-centered management, the benefits of treating employees well,…
Millennials as Therapists

Millennials as Therapists

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Millennials as Therapists Curt and Katie talk about generational differences in therapists, looking at perceptions (and misperceptions) about Millennials We look at how these differences impact therapy workplaces, supervision, and the future…
You Should Not Become A Therapist – 5 Reasons Why

You Should Not Become A Therapist – 5 Reasons Why

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Many of us are good listeners and have it in our hearts to help other people. We like to figure out how individuals think and help them improve their quality of life. But should all of us be therapists? Probably not. Being a therapist is hard,…