How To Read Your Patients’ Minds

How To Read Your Patients’ Minds

Don’t you wish you could read your patients’ minds? At times it would be helpful to know what people are thinking and feeling when we interact with them. We do our best to motivate them to check out our services or follow through with their plan of care....
Make Your Practice Something Worth Talking About

Make Your Practice Something Worth Talking About

  If you’re anything like I was when I first started my practice, then you probably believe marketing is using an arsenal of tactics to help bring in patients. You might have also spent a lot of time reading books, listening to podcasts and going to conferences...
Getting Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable

Getting Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable

Last week I launched a pilot course to help therapists grow their practices. Whenever I put something out in public, whether it’s a presentation, blog post or a new product I get uncomfortable. Despite my best efforts, I get anxious about people’s...
Success- What Happens If It’s Not What You Think It Is?

Success- What Happens If It’s Not What You Think It Is?

  I don’t think that anyone wakes up in the morning wishing that today would be a total waste. Nobody has the deep down desire to fail, although many do. I believe that most therapists want to be successful in life/work/family regardless of how they define...
Remarkable Onboarding For New Pediatric Clients

Remarkable Onboarding For New Pediatric Clients

    12 souls in an 8 seat waiting room. That’s what I was dealing with this morning.   It’s summer and school is out. As a result, our clients’ brothers and sisters tag along to therapy. On top of that, we have an influx of kids that are receiving...