All Things Private Practice Podcast

All Things Private Practice Podcast

A podcast that will stop you in your tracks; make you question the pervasive way society pushes you to be overworked, underpaid, and convince you it’s what you deserve; and encourage you to step into imperfect action and find success. Receive Real and Practical Tips for starting and managing your business from Industry Experts who tell their stories of insecurity, struggle, and imposter syndrome in an authentic and vulnerable way.

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January 24, 2022 19 min

Choosing your niche is a lot like setting yourself up as the expert in a particular field, population, set of struggles, or way of working.

Last year when I started talking about Impostor Syndrome on FB lives, webinars, etc., I was just talking about my experiences. The more I talked about it, the more I was being viewed as "the impostor syndrome expert." All of a sudden, I was speaking at conferences,  on podcasts, coaching...

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Private Practice Startup fears are real, but have you thought that you were peeing your pants during your sessions?

In this hilarious but very real episode, I talk with Jeff Guenther, the owner and founder of Therapy Den and a TikTok influencer, about the very real fears that exist when starting your private practice.

I talk about my own fears of leaving my agency job, including the infamous question: "Will people ever call me, a...

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How often do you have a great idea but hesitate to put it out to the world because "it's not ready, perfect, or complete?"   

Sometimes you need to build the plane as you're flying it!

Do you remember a time when you've just put the idea out to the world and the pressure lifted, the fear disappeared, and the world didn't stop spinning?

I know that a lot of us, including myself, oftentimes hold ourselves back fr...

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It's 2022, and a lot of us are setting goals and resolutions. AND a lot of us are still feeling like we're not doing enough... regardless of how much you're actually doing and accomplishing.

Do you find yourself often thinking that you're going to need to hustle and grind until the day you die?

A lot of us, struggle to separate our next accomplishment from our self-worth, myself included.

In this episode, I talk with D...

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In this episode of the All Things Private Practice Podcast, I speak with my good friend, Jennifer Agee, owner of Counseling Community, Inc., which offers online and destination continuing education. She also has a private counseling practice in Kansas City, as well as a coaching and consulting business that focuses on helping entrepreneurs grow their businesses.

Talking Points Include:

  • Risk-taking and believing in yourself
  • Putting yo...
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    In this episode, I talk with Megan Gunnell, therapist and the Founder and Director of Thriving Well Institute, on the topic of retreat building (and how to step up and host one, even without retreat hosting experience).

    Megan is well known for her Thriving Therapist Facebook Group with over 12k members, as well as for hosting international retreats in places like Tuscany, Costa Rica, and more.

    Tune in as we talk about chasing your p...

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    During this episode, I talk with Jill Johnson-Young, otherwise known as "The Rebellious Widow." Jill is a grief therapist and expert, group practice owner, author, speaker, and so much more.

    We discuss Jill's incredible grief journey where she talks about the grief and loss of two of her wives and marrying her third wife... the kicker is that they all knew each other in one way or another.

    Talking Points Include:

  • Why ther...
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    Therapists tend to struggle with money, setting rates, and understanding the value of what they offer. Hey... We never had business training, so it makes sense. : (

    How many times have you answered a phone call from a potential client and said "My rate is 150, but my sliding scale is 30-150?" Your own anxiety caused you to immediately offer a sliding scale without being asked for one.

    The mental health profession is crucial, ...

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    In this episode, I talk with Montoyia McGowan, LCSW and owner of Stopping The Chase Counseling and Consulting out of Memphis, TN.

    Montoyia tells her story from working at the VA to starting her private practice and consulting business which focuses on BIPOC entrepreneurs and helps empower creatives and the working well to stop the mentally exhausting cycle of chasing people, places, things, and relationships we often feel would con...

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    November 22, 2021 19 min

    I struggled with a gambling addiction for 15 years. Nothing was POSSIBLE. Everything felt IMPOSSIBLE.

    During this episode I talk about how to move from impossible to possible through imperfect action, doing your own work, and embracing fear and vulnerability.

    Sometimes we can't see the next step. We can't see the forest for the trees. When we're struggling it's really hard to imagine that things can be different.

    From ...

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    Taking the leap from community mental health and into private practice is Fuc*ing Scary!! As a therapist, group practice owner, and private practice coach and strategist, I was full of self-doubt, insecurity, and overwhelming anxiety.

    Who the hell was I to be successful, and why would someone hire me? We hold ourselves back for so long and prevent our own journeys into small business ownership with a laundry list of excuses, but we ...

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