Let's talk about the Business and Marketing of a Private Practice – with Licia Ginne, Psy.D., MFT
No one ever told me I’d have to work at creating a private practice, it never crossed my mind and it certainly was not addressed in graduate school or any internship I ever held. Now is the time to position yourself for success, whether student, intern, newly licensed or seasoned professional.
Learn from my mistakes and successes. I have been in private practice for 30+ years and working in the mental health field for 40 years. This is a very big topic and I will try my best to give an overview, as well as focus on topics of interest to the group. Here are some of the topics I will cover:
Licia Ginne, Psy.D., MFT – For the past 27 years I have run a successful private practice in Santa Monica, California. I closed up my practice and moved to Santa Cruz, California. To be accurate, my practice wasn't always successful. In the 1980s I started to learn all I could about private practice. I put in hours networking, learning from other therapists, taking marketing classes for therapists (not many were around in the early 1980s), and read marketing books and learning from my accountants.
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