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Session 119: A Mid-Career Transition to Therapy

Session 119: A Mid-Career Transition to Therapy

My guest is Cathy Berman, a private practitioner in Oakland, CA. She began her career as a nurse practitioner in the ob-gyn field. It was a natural transition for her to become a marriage and family therapist who specializes in pregnancy and postpartum issues. Join us for this real and open conversation about Cathy’s practice and her struggles along the journey.

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Session 118: Tips and Tricks to Creating Your First E-Course

Session 118: Tips and Tricks to Creating Your First E-Course

My guest today is Melissa Thompson, LMFT, who practices in NYC. Our topic is how to create an e-course, which is something she and two colleagues have done. They began with a blog that they expanded upon to provide the e-course for moms. E-courses can be a great way to expand your authority and reach, and they create additional income streams as well.

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Session 117: How to Market and Fill Up Your Newly Created Groups

Session 117: How to Market and Fill Up Your Newly Created Groups

Today’s show is Part 2 of Episode 116 with Katie May, a DBT-certified therapist who works with teens in Philadelphia. Katie has been successful in creating therapy groups for her clients and is eager to share her tips. Today’s conversation focuses on setting fees, advertising, and filling groups. Join us for more from Katie!

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