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5 Things You Should Examine to Make Sure Your Practice’s Website Is Working
By Becky DeGrossa on January 16, 2019

You've invested time and money into building your practice website, but you still aren’t getting calls. Many private practice owners assume that means their website is broken. They don’t know what went wrong, though…just that something isn’t working. So, they invest more time and more money into different solutions without knowing what their website really needs.

A New Year in Private Practice: 10 Things for Practice Owners to Consider
By Dr. Ajita Robinson on January 8, 2019

The New Year is here, and most of us are back at it after having a few days off. Many of us are thinking about how to run our practices smoother, earn more money, and have a better work-life balance. In working with hundreds of practice owners to launch and scale their businesses, I’ve learned that there are several commonalities among those who are successful and thriving in practice. The New Year is a great time to reflect, readjust, and reengage in building a practice that honors our vision for our business and life.

5 Ways to Use Facebook to Grow Your Private Practice
By Amanda Patterson, LMHC on December 26, 2018

Most therapists know that social media marketing, especially on Facebook, is an important strategy to building a successful private practice. What is not always so clear is exactly how to use Facebook to get more clients and create a thriving brand for your practice.

8 Thoughts Group Practice Owners Have (Or Will Have at Some Point)
By Maureen Werrbach, LCPC on December 19, 2018

After working with thousands of group practice owners, I’ve come to see a common thread of thoughts and questions that all group practice owners have at some point.

5 Things You Can Delegate as a Group Practice Owner
By Maureen Werrbach, LCPC on December 12, 2018

I hear the same kind of story from group practice owners time and time again:
“I never seem to be able to focus on the important things in my group practice. I am constantly putting out fires or being interrupted by staff with questions that distract me from doing what I need to do. How can I get my staff to become more independent?” 

While I’m an advocate for independence and for people learning from their own mistakes, a lack of independence isn’t often the problem. Rather, it's a lack of structure and support. To help, I’ve compiled a list of five things you can delegate to relieve pressure and time, help your business grow, and provide support and growth opportunities for your superstar staff.

Mental Health and ICD-10 Codes
By TherapyNotes, LLC on December 5, 2018

For mental health providers in the United States, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) is the official set of recognized mental health diagnoses. Developed and maintained by the American Psychiatric Association (APA), DSM-5 includes nearly all of the guidance a provider may need to diagnose any recognized mental disorder, which begs the question: Why should mental health providers care about ICD-10?

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