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I’m excited to share with you my conversation with Amy Van Slambrook, who is a clinician in Florida and a member of the STC community. We are talking about how she’s accomplishing good in the world that is much bigger than private practice.
The topic for today’s show is one I have thought a lot about. It’s about having a bigger vision for your practice and building a business that isn’t just for income, but for doing MORE in the world.
Session 143: Finding new niches and creating new services based on your clients’ needs with Ilona Naroditskiy, LPC
Welcome to a new year and a new season of STC! I was thankful to have a couple of weeks in India over the break, seeing many family members that I haven’t seen in a while.