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Come check it out as Dr. Jeremy Sharp covers everything you need to know to start or grow psychological assessment services in your private practice. We talk about finances, marketing, time management, self-care, technology, and life as a mental health practitioner. Jeremy chats with successful clinicians who share their experiences in testing and private practice to give you straightforward ideas for building thriving assessment services. Dr. Sharp is a Licensed Psychologist specializing in psychological and neuropsychological testing. Over the past seven years, he has grown the Colorado Center for Assessment & Counseling from a solo practice to a multi-clinician clinic with over 1000% revenue increase. http://www.thetestingpsychologist.com

The Testing Psychologist Podcast Dr. Jeremy Sharp: Licensed Psychologist & Private Practice Consultant

    • Zaken en persoonlijke financiën

Come check it out as Dr. Jeremy Sharp covers everything you need to know to start or grow psychological assessment services in your private practice. We talk about finances, marketing, time management, self-care, technology, and life as a mental health practitioner. Jeremy chats with successful clinicians who share their experiences in testing and private practice to give you straightforward ideas for building thriving assessment services. Dr. Sharp is a Licensed Psychologist specializing in psychological and neuropsychological testing. Over the past seven years, he has grown the Colorado Center for Assessment & Counseling from a solo practice to a multi-clinician clinic with over 1000% revenue increase. http://www.thetestingpsychologist.com

    156: Coaching: Is First-Year Profit Possible? w/ Dr. Kylee Miller

    156: Coaching: Is First-Year Profit Possible? w/ Dr. Kylee Miller

    Welcome, everyone, to the first episode in another new podcast format – on-air coaching! Today I’m speaking with Dr. Kylee Miller. Kylee is a hospital-based psychologist in Oregon who currently has one day each week to devote to private practice. We work together to run the numbers and figure out how many clients she would need to see to come out “in the black” during her first year in practice, accounting for overhead and start-up costs. 







    As always, let me know what you think of this new format! If you’d like to apply for an on-air coaching call, you can fill out this application.







    Cool Things Mentioned







    * TherapyNotes







    Featured Resource







    I am honored to partner with PAR for the next few months to bring you featured items from their catalog! Listen to each episode for specific product recommendations and links. Learn more at www.parinc.com.  







    The Testing Psychologist podcast is approved for CEU’s!







    I’ve partnered with At Health to offer CE credits for podcast episodes! Visit this link to access current and past episodes available for CE credit. You can use code “TTP10” for a discount on ALL the course credits you purchase from At Health!







    About Dr. Jeremy Sharp















    I’m a licensed psychologist and Clinical Director at the Colorado Center for Assessment & Counseling, a private practice that I founded in 2009 and grew to include nine licensed clinicians, three clinicians in training, and a full administrative staff. I earned my undergraduate degree in Experimental Psychology from the University of South Carolina before getting my Master’s and PhD in Counseling Psychology from Colorado State University. These days, I specialize in psychological and neuropsychological evaluation with kids and adolescents.







    As the host of the Testing Psychologist Podcast, I provide private practice consulting for psychologists and other mental health professionals who want to start or grow psychological testing services in their practices. I live in Fort Collins, Colorado with my wife (also a therapist) and two young kids.







    Ready to grow your testing services? Click below to schedule a complimentary 30-minute pre-consulting call!

    • 40 min.
    155: Masterclass: Psychosis w/ Dr. Stephanie Nelson

    155: Masterclass: Psychosis w/ Dr. Stephanie Nelson

    Hello everyone! Welcome to the first episode of a brand new podcast format: the Masterclass. During these episodes, I will host an expert in the field to present a case for us to talk through. We will take a detailed plunge into complicated clinical issues so that you can hear exactly how accomplished clinicians interview, test, and conceptualize challenging cases. My hope is to air one masterclass episode per quarter.







    Today’s Masterclass on differentiating adolescent-onset psychosis comes from Dr. Stephanie Nelson. Stephanie has a wonderful balance of clinical acumen, knowledge of the research, and humility that is on full display during this presentation. Here are just a few topics that we cover:







    * The role of viral infection and birth date in risk for psychosis* Relationship between trauma and auditory hallucinations* Relationship between medical issues and psychosis* Typical “causes” of psychosis – acute vs. episodic* A battery for assessing psychosis * Delivering feedback for a psychosis diagnosis







    Cool Things Mentioned







    * Stephanie’s comprehensive PowerPoint of this discussion* Stephanie’s consultation services: www.thepeerconsult.com* CEDAR clinic* Testing Psychologist episode w/ Michelle Friedman-Yakoobian* Testing Psychologist episode on Therapeutic Assessment* Testing Psychologist episode on pediatric Therapeutic Assessment* Psychological Testing That Matters (affiliate link)* Pamela Hayes’ Addressing framework and book (affiliate link)* Matrics consensus battery ‘* Fusar-Poli’s work* Prodromal questionnaire* PRIME questionnaire* Early Psychosis Screener* K-SADS* SIPS* The First Interview by James Morrison (affiliate link)* PANSS* RIAS-2* CMOCS for OCD* John Stone’s feedback model* SPIKES protocol for giving medical news* The Testing Psychologist episode #84 w/ Stephanie







    Featured Resource







    I am honored to partner with PAR for the next few months to bring you featured items from their catalog! Listen to each episode for specific product recommendations and links. Learn more at www.parinc.com.  

    • 1 u. 49 min.
    154: Finding a Supervisor or Consultant for Clinical Issues

    154: Finding a Supervisor or Consultant for Clinical Issues

    How many of you have been working on a difficult case and thought, “Wow, I wish I could talk to someone about this” or “I could really use some guidance here”? I’ve been there! Many times. Which is why I sought supervision, post-licensure, from a local pediatric neuropsychologist for nearly five years. Even though consultants and supervisors are out there, many of us don’t think about finding one as the first course of action when we’re stuck on a case. This episode is all about when you should consider consultation as well as where and how to find that individual. Enjoy!







    Cool Things Mentioned







    * The Testing Psychologist Community on Facebook* PED-NPSY listserv







    Featured Resource







    I am honored to partner with PAR for the next few months to bring you featured items from their catalog! Listen to each episode for specific product recommendations and links. Learn more at www.parinc.com.   







    The Testing Psychologist podcast is approved for CEU’s!







    I’ve partnered with At Health to offer CE credits for podcast episodes! Visit this link to access current and past episodes available for CE credit. You can use code “TTP10” for a discount on ALL the course credits you purchase from At Health!







    About Dr. Jeremy Sharp















    I’m a licensed psychologist and Clinical Director at the Colorado Center for Assessment & Counseling, a private practice that I founded in 2009 and grew to include 12 licensed clinicians, three clinicians in training, and a full administrative staff. I earned my undergraduate degree in Experimental Psychology from the University of South Carolina before getting my Master’s and PhD in Counseling Psychology from Colorado State University. These days, I specialize in psychological and neuropsychological evaluation with kids and adolescents.







    As the host of the Testing Psychologist Podcast, I provide private practice consulting for psychologists and other mental health professionals who want to start or grow psychological testing services in their practices. I live in Fort Collins, Colorado with my wife (also a therapist) and two young kids.







    Ready to grow your testing services? Click below to schedule a complimentary 30-minute pre-consulting call!

    • 18 min.
    153: Creating a Welcoming Space w/ Cheryl Janis

    153: Creating a Welcoming Space w/ Cheryl Janis

    Have you ever thought about the psychology of design? Or truly considered how your space might influence client behavior and comfort? If not, that’s okay! Design is just one of the MANY things that were missing from our grad school education. Cheryl Janis, a nationally recognized health care design consultant, is here to talk through some of the most important components of designing your wellness space. Here are just a few things that we touch on:







    * Core elements of design that we need to pay attention to* How to stretch a small design budget and get the most for your money* Soundproofing in a stylish way* Colors to avoid







    Cool Things Mentioned







    * Unsplash* Center for Health Design* Calm coloring book (affiliate link)* Benjamin Moore Tempest* Apartmenttherapy.com* Benjamin Moore French macaroon* Benjamin Moore Calm* Benjamin Moore Grandma’s china* Wayfair* Overstock* Ikea







    Featured Resource







    I am honored to partner with PAR for the next few months to bring you featured items from their catalog! Listen to each episode for specific product recommendations and links. Learn more at www.parinc.com.







    The Testing Psychologist podcast is approved for CEU’s!







    I’ve partnered with At Health to offer CE credits for podcast episodes! Visit this link to access current and past episodes available for CE credit. You can use code “TTP10” for a discount on ALL the course credits you purchase from At Health!







    About Cheryl Janis















    Cheryl Janis has spent 15 years teaching healthcare and medical professionals how to transform their practices into nurturing spaces that increase revenue. During that time, Cheryl has used an interdisciplinary approach to design—evaluating the patient experience from the moment they walk through the door until the time they leave, and every step in between.







    Cheryl is currently taking on select clients only and spends the majority of her healthcare design time hosting and producing the Healthcare Interior Design 2.0 podcast – http://healthcareidpodcast.com.







    Cheryl is the co-host and producer of The Wellness Design Podcast – https://thewellnessdesignpodcast.simplecast.com/ where she and her co-host Rhea Mader discuss all thing healthcare design for the small office space. Cheryl is the author of two healthcare design books, The Color Cure 2.0 and The Waiting Room Cure. You can find these book on her website at: http://cheryljanisdesigns.com. 







    Cheryl is offering a special price for a virtual healthcare office design for the listeners of The Testing Psychologist podcast. Contact Cheryl at: cheryl@cherylrjanis.com and mention you heard her on The Testing Psychologist podcast and enjoy a 20% discount off a virtual offi...

    • 1 u. 15 min.
    152: Adding a Testing Practice on the Side

    152: Adding a Testing Practice on the Side

    When I started my practice, it took me about 6-8 months to reach “full time.” Up to that point, I did several things to make sure and take it slow so that I could build the practice without drastically increasing overhead. Many of you are likely in a similar position…either you have a full-time job and have limited time to build your practice, or you’d simply like to increase slowly for financial or other reasons. Here are a few topics that we get into during today’s episode:







    * Why start a practice “on the side”?* What are the must-haves for a part-time practice?* How to rent office space in a financially-responsible manner* Do you really need an EHR if you’re part-time?







    Cool Things Mentioned







    * Q-interactive* Regus* We-work* TherapyNotes* Canva* RevKey







    Featured Resource







    I am honored to partner with PAR for the next few months to bring you featured items from their catalog! Listen to each episode for specific product recommendations and links. Learn more at www.parinc.com.  







    The Testing Psychologist podcast is approved for CEU’s!







    I’ve partnered with At Health to offer CE credits for podcast episodes! Visit this link to access current and past episodes available for CE credit. You can use code “TTP10” for a discount on ALL the course credits you purchase from At Health!







    About Dr. Jeremy Sharp















    I’m a licensed psychologist and Clinical Director at the Colorado Center for Assessment & Counseling, a private practice that I founded in 2009 and grew to include 12 licensed clinicians, three clinicians in training, and a full administrative staff. I earned my undergraduate degree in Experimental Psychology from the University of South Carolina before getting my Master’s and PhD in Counseling Psychology from Colorado State University. These days, I specialize in psychological and neuropsychological evaluation with kids and adolescents.







    As the host of the Testing Psychologist Podcast, I provide private practice consulting for psychologists and other mental health professionals who want to start or grow psychological testing services in their practices. I live in Fort Collins, Colorado with my wife (also a therapist) and two young kids.







    Ready to grow your testing services? Click below to schedule a complimentary 30-minute pre-consulting call!

    • 31 min.
    151: Stereotype Threat w/ Dr. Josh Aronson

    151: Stereotype Threat w/ Dr. Josh Aronson

    “What we call ‘intelligence’ is a performance. The measure of it is a fragile business.” 







    Dr. Josh Aronson, a pioneer in the field of stereotype threat, is here today for a fascinating and meaningful conversation. We talk through the origins of stereotype threat, why Josh prefers to call it “identity threat” instead, and ways to combat identity threat in test-taking. We also spend a good bit of time on Josh’s current work, which revolves around teaching and implementing mindfulness and meditation in schools in order to improve academic performance. This episode is a wonderful mix of research and practice that will definitely have you thinking differently about the way we approach testing!







    Cool Things Mentioned in this Episode







    * www.reducingstereotypethreat.com* Stereotype Threat: Theory, Process, and Application book (affiliate link)* Steele & Aronson’s original article on stereotype threat* Handbook of Competence and Motivation.pdf* First Growth Mindset Study* Good Aronson Inzlicht Second Growth Mindset Study ever* The Obama Effect* Aronson, Lustina, Good, Keough, Steele, & Brown (1999)* Aronson & Juarez. Malleable Minds.-01







    Featured Resource







    I am honored to partner with PAR for the next few months to bring you featured items from their catalog! Listen to each episode for specific product recommendations and links. Learn more at www.parinc.com.  







    The Testing Psychologist podcast is approved for CEU’s!







    I’ve partnered with At Health to offer CE credits for podcast episodes! Visit this link to access current and past episodes available for CE credit. You can use code “TTP10” for a discount on ALL the course credits you purchase from At Health!







    About Dr. Joshua Aronson







    Joshua Aronson is a professor of developmental, social, and educational psychology at New York University, where he directs the Mindful Education Lab, a group of psychologists and neuroscientists dedicated to using research to improve the psychological functioning and learning of children confronted with stress.







    Internationally known for his pioneering research on “stereotype threat” and “Growth Mindset,” Joshua’s work has been featured in popular books like Blink, Nurtureshock, Mindset, Drive, Nerve, Choke, Grit — and books with long titles like Lean in, How Children Succeed, Intelligence and How to Get It, and Whistling Vivaldi, and has been referenced in 4 Supreme Court cases. Listed by Education Week as one of the most influential education scholars in America, Joshua is the editor of Improving Academic Achievement (Academic Press) and Readings about the Social Animal, and is Co-author of best selling text, The Social Animal (Worth) with his father Elliot. 

    • 1 u. 12 min.

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