We are in the midst of a sea change. I believe that the way we operate as mental health practitioners, healers and helpers will be changed forever as a result of this crisis. There is some good news in this. Evolution spurs us forward to respond with creativity and new ways of thinking and working […]
To build better therapeutic alliance and trust with your clients, more training is not always the answer. The Path to Clinical Confidence by Lynn Grodzki, published in the Psychotherapy Networker Magazine, March/April 2020 What would cause a therapist who has a PhD, a full practice, the respect of her peers, appreciation from her clients, and […]
Is there one word, a single word, that sums up all of your hopes, dreams and needs for your practice this year? One word that names your most important mission or purpose?
Good branding conveys a factor of trust for a winning combination. What is your brand — the defining feature that identifies your small business? Is it your name, specialty, or office location? Do you primarily promote the issues you address, the methods you use or the results you deliver? What sets you apart from the […]
We have a hidden crisis in therapy: Clients leave therapy before they can see the results of treatment. They leave too soon, in large numbers, without warning, abruptly. This is both a clinical issue and a business one, because it undermines the efficacy of your services and weakens your business. To learn what you can […]
Sometimes, confidence matters as much, or even more, than competence. Learn how to boost your confidence when it’s needed. By Lynn Grodzki, LCSW, MCC / copyright Sept 2017 I have been fascinated by a number of studies about the role of confidence and how it affects those in business and leadership. They confirm what I […]
At key points in the evolution of a business, you, the owner, need to let go of something so that you and your practice can move forward. Click on the picture to read further.
She Let Go by Rev. Safire Rose She let go. Without a thought or a word, she let go. She let go of the fear. She let go of the judgments. She let go of the confluence of opinions swarming around her head. She let go of the committee of indecision within her. She […]
In a small business, it’s not just the way you talk to others that grows your practice; it’s also the way you talk to yourself. Negative, self-deceptive internal dialogue can derail a business owner. Instead, learn how to tap into a better and truer voice, that of your inner entrepreneur.
Read and listen to the most critical economic and social forces shaping today’s practices from a panel discussion at the prestigious Psychotherapy Networker Conference.