Are you a clinician looking to find the balance between providing compassionate client care and business agility for your mental health practice? Tune in for all things YOU need to know to start or grow your practice and better serve clients across the board. Topics range from back-office fundamentals, professional networking and teletherapy to current brain science modalities, LGBTQ inclusion and more. Join your host, Margo Jacquot, PsyD, a long time veteran and business owner of The Juniper Center, one of the largest women-owned counseling practices serving Chicagoland and all of Illinois with teletherapy. Margo shares her thought leadership, lessons learned, trends in mental health and lead powerful discussions with industry and business experts, all to help more clinicians fulfill their dream of creating a thriving practice.
Redefining Practice Partnerships
I’m considering taking on a partner in my practice, what are the things I need to consider before moving forward? In this episode, we talk with Julianne Neely, LCSW, Founder & Executive Director of Individual & Family Connections and her Clinical Director, Ritamaria Laird, LCPC. Julianne, Ritamaria and Margo discuss different ways to think about practice partnerships that don’t have to mean ownership. They share important factors to consider and lessons learned along the way.
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Business Structures and Legal Necessities for Therapists (Jonathan Nye)
I am a solo practitioner looking to hire therapists and grow my practice. What legal implications do I need to consider to keep myself and my company protected? In this episode, we talk with Jonathan Nye, Managing Partner of NYE Law Group, Ltd. Jonathan & Margo discuss the 3 things therapists need to do from a legal perspective before making that switch. Jonathan also shares what forms and insurance protections need to be in place.
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To Mask or Not to Mask & other HR COVID questions in practice (Sandra Teague)
I think that I am ready to return to seeing in-person clients. What do I need to consider to keep everyone safe? In this episode, we talk with Sandra Teague, President of the OneSource Division of Connor & Gallagher. Sandra & Margo discuss current workplace guidance in relation to the pandemic and what they see coming on the horizon. Sandra also shares what policies organizations should revisit in our new world and why being fluid is so important.
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Culture - What Does it FEEL Like to Work Here? (Deanna Shoss)
As a therapist, can you articulate the culture of your organization? In this episode, Margo and Deanna dive into the topic of company culture. They discuss the importance of articulating your culture and values, how to screen candidates for it and how it can become a competitive advantage for your organization. Margo also shares why a “bottoms-up” culture of nourishment and support is important to her.
SHOW You Care - A new way to think about video that won't break the bank (Bryant Walker)
I’m a therapist, how could I possibly use video to connect with my audience? In this episode, we talk with Bryant Walker, the founder of Reel Results Marketing. Bryant & Margo discuss ways for therapists to use video as an effective way to tell their story. They discuss ways to make an authentic connection, how to measure success and how to be memorable. Bryant also shares the YouTube Hero, Hub, Help Strategy for creating effective video content.
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The Money Episode: Get paid what you're worth! (Deanna Shoss)
I’m providing high-quality compassionate care to my clients so why do I feel guilty about charging what I’m worth for these services? In this episode, Deanna asks Margo questions about the dreaded topic of money. They discuss the importance of understanding and valuing your worth, creating company policies about money issues and why to never fall behind on billing. Margo also shares her insight on why “For Profit” should not be considered a dirty word for therapists.
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