Share my excitement as I unbox the first printed copies of The 14 Concrete (but not so hard!) Steps to Private Practice!
This was an amazing moment with my author friend behind the camera. Author’s high for days afterward!
Designing your private practice website requires thoughtfulness. What is the purpose of your website? What information and content should you include? The design, theme, layout, and management may be outside your wheelhouse and you might hire someone to do it, but you still need to decide on the content to put on those cyber pages.
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Yep, I did it. The guide I wrote to help others start their private practice (and to keep track of pages and pages of information for myself) is on Amazon! Just call me Bonnie McKeegan, Indie Author! Woohoo! The eBook version is FREE to borrow with your Kindle Unlimited Subscription through April 30th, 2023. If
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(post edited 4/12/23) I wish to extend my gratitude to everyone who has supported my consulting practice and blog these past few years. You were my inspiration for developing my consulting business. Along the path of my consulting practice, I’ve met some incredibly amazing clinicians, some of whom I am honored to call friends. Thank
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Does Medicare require you to have a physical office to see clients in your private psychotherapy practice? I’ve seen this question posted several times in forums since the pandemic began. I get asked this question often, so here’s the long and short of it. Short answer first: YES. CMS (
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Sometimes leaving your dream job is your best chance for recovering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) triggered by vicarious trauma (VT). Leaving the job that continues to trigger your symptoms can create a healthy opening for finding your way back to your sense of meaning, purpose, and an even truer self, a better version of
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As I spent time editing and updating the Telehealth chapter in the newest version of the guide, which by the way is now called The 14 Concrete (but not so hard!) Steps to Private Practice, I realized there are so many more choices for telehealth video conferencing than there were just two years ago. No
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I highly recommend simplifying your private practice by using an EHR as soon as you can afford it.
In this blog post I share my experience with Simple Practice with some comparison to TherapyAppointment.com’s Legacy system.
Do you need control over your work schedule and environment? Private practice might be the answer. It was for me.
I was recently asked about setting up a private practice email with HIPAA compliance in mind. The first two things to remember: In other words, there are limits to what you should send in an email message, even when set up with a BAA. The following is from the newest edition of the Guide. I
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