Alison Pidgeon is a group practice owner with 12 providers in Lancaster, PA. She started her practice in 2015 and, five years later, has two locations. Her practices specialize in women's issues and have made a positive impact on the community by offering different types of specialties not being offered anywhere else in her area.
Alison has been working with Practice of the Practice since 2016 and has helped over 70 therapist entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses, through mastermind groups and individual consulting.
How Carole Cullen Created a Self-Pay Couples Therapy Group Practice | GP 56
How can interns help grow your group practice? What are some marketing tips can you follow if you run a self-pay practice? Should you...
Katie May on Creating a Niche Group Practice | GP 55
How can you niche down in your practice, from specializing to the building space? What systems can you use to evaluate a potential new...
Rob Magill shares Advice on How to Start a Group Practice | GP 54
Why should you hire administrative staff just before you can afford them? Can fluidity in your systems make them more stable and adaptive? How...
Maria Spada has a Holistic Mental Health Group Practice | GP 53
Can counseling become more effective when it includes physical wellness alongside therapeutic treatment? How does a holistic group practice find the best fitting clinicians?...
Christy Pennison on Struggling Solo to a Successful Group Practice in One Year | GP 52
What are some common hurdles that practice owners face when going from solo to group? What benefits does your practice enjoy when you collaborate...
An Interview with Online Business Manager and Simple Practice Expert, Frances Harvey | GP 51
Does your private practice need a system reboot to clean up loose ends and run more smoothly? What red flags do you need to...
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Listening to Alison has helped me so much to grow my practice. I started as a solo practitioner and now I have a staff of 7! I couldn’t have done it without the guidance Alison provided in this podcast.
I am a listener of Joe's podcast "Practice of the Practice," which is how I found Alison. She did an interview on Joe's podcast that really fit me and our goals for the future of our clinic. I have since listened to a few of Alison's "Grow a Group Practice" podcast and I love how applicable everything has been for me. There's so much good information and I appreciate having that at my finger tips. Alison is so helpful when it comes to group practice. We liked what she had to say so much that we hired her for consulting so we could make our lives easier haha! We had the pleasure of telling our story on her podcast recently and Alison made the experience so easy going. Looking forward to listening to more guests and learning from their experience. Thank you POP, Grow a Group Practice, and Alison!
Loved being a guest
Alison is very knowledgeable as a podcast interviewer. She made it fun and exciting to interview. I’ve listened to her other interviews and they are excellent. Highly recommend this podcast for anyone interested in starting or growing a group practice