Clinical Psychologist Dr Damon Ashworth interviews Natasha Ace, chaos tamer and director of Private Practice Alliance. Natasha works with mental health clinicians to assist them in solving all of their business concerns. Together, they discuss the differences between private practice in the US and Australia, the risk of burnout with working in private practice, and how clinicians can diversify the work they do to reduce their risk of burnout. Natasha has an 8-week course called 'Build Your Passive Income' that runs every 3 months. The next round of the course begins next week.
On this episode, Natasha shares her work with the Private Practice Alliance and their vision to understand and improve the client journey. They do this by supplying the necessary tools for practitioners do their job better, and also improve the empathy and connection they have with their clients. Natasha also believes that transparency is the easiest and quickest way for...
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This Monthly Video Series will take the guesswork out of Building your Private Practice by helping you navigate the clinical and business worlds, assist you in streamlining your practice, and make your business truly sustainable.
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This post could be endless. It could go on and on and on about tips, tricks, hints, and how to's. I'm not going to get into that today. I just really want to cover how you can introduce yourself to Private Practice and 5 secrets to watch out for.
You aren't being paid a salary.
Entering private practice can be extremely scary. Most often, you will not find a role in private practice that is salary. There are a number of reasons for this, but just bear this in mind when you're applying for a role.
You should participate in marketing.
You will need to step out of your comfort zone and get your hands dirty. Referrals come from a good relationship. A good relationship is only generated upon meeting and liking you.
You should do your share of the work.
As a previous owner of a psychology private practice, my clinical team treated the administration as equals. If you are asking the administration team to do more than 2 things for you a day, its too...