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In this last episode before the usual August break for STC, I wanted to highlight my colleagues and valued listeners. So much knowledge and wisdom have been shared in these first few years of the podcast, and today’s show includes clips from other clinicians sharing what they have learned and how they have implemented those lessons into their practice. I’ll wrap up the compilation with my top personal takeaways
What We’ll Learn
- Julia Stamman from TX has learned how to build an authentic and professional website. Find her at Julia Stamman.
- Sonia Singh, in the NY/NJ area, appreciated learning about the physical materials needed for a successful telehealth practice. Find her at Sonia Singh Therapy.
- Bianca Hughes from GA has learned the importance of an entrepreneurial mindset as a therapist and business owner. Visit Bianca Hughes to learn more.
- Annie Hsueh from CA has valued the focus on being service-oriented in doing the couples therapy that she loves. Find Annie at Hope and Sage Therapy.
- Elizabeth Cush from MD has learned to be herself in marketing her business, allowing her to stay genuinely true to her values. Her website is Progression Counseling.
- Adina McGarr-Knabke from CA has learned how to be a more authentic podcast guest, and she has since appeared on several podcasts! Find Adina at Dr. Adina McGarr.
- Elizabeth Bonet in FL says STC has changed her life by teaching her that it’s OK to take risks with new ideas in her practice–and she has started her own podcast! Find out more at Liz Hypnosis.
- Laura Vaillancourt in WA has learned the importance of doing her work authentically. Her website is Elder Care Counseling and Guidance.
- Reina Lombardi in FL says her top takeaway is to invest continuously in herself regarding business growth and mindset. Find Reina at Florida Art Therapy Services or Creative Clinicians Corner.
- Adina Silvestri in VA loved learning how morning routines can help her be more focused, clear-headed, and productive. Her website is Adina Silvestri.
- Nicole Burgess in IN learned the importance of progress over perfection, and that “Perfectionism is the enemy of innovation.” Find her at Nicole Burgess Coaching.
- Brant Thomsen is in MN. He shares how STC has helped him understand, grow, and experience balance, purpose, and connection in his practice. Connect with Brant at Strength and Healing.
- Nazanin Moali in CA has learned how to use podcasting to grow and build her practice, allowing her to provide sex education on a large scale. Her website is Sexology Podcast.
- Top two takeaways from Melvin:
- The importance of income diversification
- There is no “one size fits all” approach to being a private practice business owner
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