WORKSHOPS + CONSULTATION + OTHER GOODIES
Being a therapist is a weird, beautiful, complicated job. And being a therapist in private practice? Well go ahead and multiply all those things by two. And oh ya, have you been tracking your mileage and expenses and paid your quarterly taxes yet?
I started working with other therapists because I love helping newbies: build their confidence in the room with clients + fine tune their identity as a therapist + learn how to create/manage a private practice that's fulfilling, not draining.
So for those of you who are eager, nervous, curious, confused, hopeful, overwhelmed, & ready to level up professionally and emotionally (because being a therapist and biz owner is no fun if you feel like you suck at it), then I can't wait to meet you!
Consultation: building your Private Practice
Business ownership can be hard work, especially when you don't know where to start (or how to keep the momentum going)... and you've become so overwhelmed with the plethora of information you've found online and in podcasts that you end up just binge watching Netflix and telling yourself that next week you'll buckle down and figure out this whole private practice thing.
I provide tailor made consultation services, be it a one-time meeting or ongoing support to help with all aspects of building (and maintaining) a healthy, happy practice.
ready to get started, Or curious to see if we're a good fit? Fill out your info below and I'll get back to you soon to see how i can best help you.
Consultation: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome
Ever been sitting in the room with a client and thought to yourself, “They should really go see a therapist about this. Oh crap, that’s my job!”
You went into this career full of hope, enthusiasm, and inspiration. And then you sat down with your first client (or 50th client) and realized, “Oh sh*t! How do I do this?! I bet they can totally tell I don't know what I'm doing!”
This is an all-too-common feeling that grad students and new therapists (and seasoned therapists!) feel, yet it's rarely talked about.