48 min

Episode 57: Influence, Income, & Impact — Shaping Your Business & Life [featuring Dominique Pritchett‪]‬ All Things Private Practice Podcast

    • Entrepreneurship

Even in this day and age, it can still be very challenging for people in the BIPOC community to find therapists that look like them or therapy practices that are inclusive and culturally sensitive.
In this episode, I talk with Dominique Pritchett, therapist, speaker, and health and well-being consultant, about how private practices can create more inclusive spaces for black women and girls in therapy. Dominique also shares how to be an advocate on a larger scale to leave a bigger impact, as well as shares her experience and expertise with being a business owner and showing up online.
More about Dominique:
Dr. Dominique Pritchett is an exceptional licensed therapist, speaker, and mental wellness consultant.
She supports companies and mental health clinicians who are ready to create cultures of well-being and belonging using solution-focused strategies. Her goal is to make this the norm rather than an afterthought.
Dr. Dominique has been featured locally, nationally, and internationally in sources such as BBC London, Shondaland, Women’s Health Magazine, The New York Times, and many more. She is the founder and podcast host of Space for Sistas - a wellness community for Black women and girls.
Dr. Dominique is the owner of Beloved Wellness Center, the first and only private mental health practice in Wisconsin curated for Black women and girls.
Dominique's Website: dominiquepritchett.com
-------------------------------------------------------
🎙️ Listen to more episodes of the All Things Private Practice Podcast here: www.allthingspractice.com/all-things-private-practice-podcast
🎙️Spotify: http://atppod.com/spotify
🎙️Apple Podcasts: http://atppod.com/apple
🎙️Google Podcasts: http://atppod.com/google
🗨️ Join the All Things Private Practice FB Community:  www.facebook.com/groups/privatepracticebuilding
----------------------------
A Thanks to Our Sponsor!I would also like to thank The Receptionist for iPad for sponsoring this episode.
Chances are you've paid special attention to making sure your clients feel welcomed and at ease from the moment they walk into your practice's space. Make sure you don't overlook one very important step, their check-in experience.
The Receptionist for iPad is the highest-rated digital check-in software for therapy offices and behavioral health clinics, used by thousands of practitioners across the country.
The Receptionist for iPad is a simple, inexpensive way to allow your clients to discreetly check in, notify providers of a patient’s arrival, and ensure your front lobby is stress-free.
The software sends an immediate notification to the therapist when a client checks in, and can even ask if any patient information has changed since their last visit.
Sign up for a 14-day free trial of The Receptionist for iPad by going to thereceptionist.com/privatepractice, and when you do, you’ll also receive a $25 Amazon gift card.
Mentioned in this episode:
A Thanks to Our Sponsor!
I would also like to thank The

Even in this day and age, it can still be very challenging for people in the BIPOC community to find therapists that look like them or therapy practices that are inclusive and culturally sensitive.
In this episode, I talk with Dominique Pritchett, therapist, speaker, and health and well-being consultant, about how private practices can create more inclusive spaces for black women and girls in therapy. Dominique also shares how to be an advocate on a larger scale to leave a bigger impact, as well as shares her experience and expertise with being a business owner and showing up online.
More about Dominique:
Dr. Dominique Pritchett is an exceptional licensed therapist, speaker, and mental wellness consultant.
She supports companies and mental health clinicians who are ready to create cultures of well-being and belonging using solution-focused strategies. Her goal is to make this the norm rather than an afterthought.
Dr. Dominique has been featured locally, nationally, and internationally in sources such as BBC London, Shondaland, Women’s Health Magazine, The New York Times, and many more. She is the founder and podcast host of Space for Sistas - a wellness community for Black women and girls.
Dr. Dominique is the owner of Beloved Wellness Center, the first and only private mental health practice in Wisconsin curated for Black women and girls.
Dominique's Website: dominiquepritchett.com
-------------------------------------------------------
🎙️ Listen to more episodes of the All Things Private Practice Podcast here: www.allthingspractice.com/all-things-private-practice-podcast
🎙️Spotify: http://atppod.com/spotify
🎙️Apple Podcasts: http://atppod.com/apple
🎙️Google Podcasts: http://atppod.com/google
🗨️ Join the All Things Private Practice FB Community:  www.facebook.com/groups/privatepracticebuilding
----------------------------
A Thanks to Our Sponsor!I would also like to thank The Receptionist for iPad for sponsoring this episode.
Chances are you've paid special attention to making sure your clients feel welcomed and at ease from the moment they walk into your practice's space. Make sure you don't overlook one very important step, their check-in experience.
The Receptionist for iPad is the highest-rated digital check-in software for therapy offices and behavioral health clinics, used by thousands of practitioners across the country.
The Receptionist for iPad is a simple, inexpensive way to allow your clients to discreetly check in, notify providers of a patient’s arrival, and ensure your front lobby is stress-free.
The software sends an immediate notification to the therapist when a client checks in, and can even ask if any patient information has changed since their last visit.
Sign up for a 14-day free trial of The Receptionist for iPad by going to thereceptionist.com/privatepractice, and when you do, you’ll also receive a $25 Amazon gift card.
Mentioned in this episode:
A Thanks to Our Sponsor!
I would also like to thank The

48 min