The Therapist Experience Podcast provides marketing &amp;amp; business lessons for therapists, counselors, psychologists and coaches in private practice. Once a week, Perry Rosenbloom from Brighter Vision, the worldwide leader in custom therapist website design, interviews a successful therapist in private practice. The Therapist Experience provides you with a full MBA in private practice building, and it's everything you wish you had learned in grad school but they never taught you. We discuss everything from private practice marketing, the entrepreneurial journey, income streams, the importance of niching down, what to charge per session, how to use technology to grow your practice, and the roller coaster of being a business owner. Learn from other mental health professionals about what worked for them in marketing their private practice and their overall entrepreneurial journey, so you can grow a thriving private practice yourself! They share their mistakes, heartaches, and successes. We discuss marketing tactics to grow a group practice, social media marketing, how to grow your referrals, Facebook, Pinterest, Psychology Today, therapist directories, Pay Per Click (PPC), Search Engine Optimization (SEO), webinars and everything in between to help you better understand how to grow a thriving private practice.
Fall Into Cash 2020: Mindset + Marketing With Jennifer Sneeden
In our final Fall Into Cash mini-series episode of The Therapist Experience, we're joined by Author, Therapist, Business Owner, and Mentor Jennifer Sneeden to discuss what money mindset is, why it's important, and how it affects your practice's cash flow. She also dives into several different concrete ways you can begin to shift your mindset to overcome undercharging or imposter syndrome so that you can make a more significant impact.
Fall Into Cash 2020: How Almost All Business Problems Are Personal Problems
In this Fall Into Cash mini-series episode of The Therapist Experience, we're joined by Deb Legge From Private Pay Practice to discuss how to identify and overcome common personal and business problems so that you can grow a thriving private practice.
Fall Into Cash 2020: Creating Online Courses and Membership Sites
In this Fall Into Cash mini-series episode of The Therapist Experience, Joe Sanok joins us to discuss how to to start selling a product, course, or membership site.
Fall Into Cash 2020: Diversifying Your Revenue Stream as a Therapist
In this Fall Into Cash mini-series episode of The Therapist Experience, Dan Wendler joins us to discuss how you can create additional streams of outside of the clinical setting to grow your practice and its impact.
Fall Into Cash 2020: What’s in Store for Brighter Vision’s Biggest Event of the Year?
During the entire month of September, Brighter Vision has partnered with the best consultants, business, and thought leaders in mental health to bring you free giveaways and valuable content that will help you grow your practice and fall into more cash. Listen to the episode to find out what's in store!
TTE 194: How to Deal with Microaggressions in the Therapy Room
In this episode of the Therapist Experience, we chat with Ebony & Eliza from Melanin & Mental Health about what micro & macro aggressions are, how they can show up in the therapy room, and create a safer therapy environment for BIPOC.
Juan Santos -
Perry, thank you for all the great work and insight you provide to us (your listeners). I really appreciate being a guest on your podcast and getting the opportunity to connect with you.
Good format, helpful and inspirational
I admit I am a patron and fan of Brighter Vision. I have recently switched to listening to podcasts instead of news; taking some of my own advice! I listen to several private practice podcasts. I am not new, but this is an encore career for me. Even though one of my undergrad degrees is in business, I glean needed and helpful information from the Therapist Experience podcasts to further my practice.
157? Not so good...
On episode 157, the person interviewed had some ideas with which I really don’t agree. I do agree that mental health graduate training does not include enough training and education about running a business. I strongly disagree, though, with his criticism that training is not experiential enough. First, a large part of the education is about theory, statistics, experimental design, etc. All of that has to at least be introduced through lectures. Then, however, at least in the program I was in, involved a HUGE experiential component: clinical practica, internships, supervision, etc. for the clinical training, not to mention all of the research experience.